Beaumont

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Inherited from Middle English [Term?], borrowed from Anglo-Norman [Term?], from beau (beautiful) +‎ mont (mountain). Cognate with French Beaumont. Doublet of Belmont.

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Beaumont

  1. A French placename for any of various places in France, with roots meaning beautiful hill/mountain.
  2. An English placename for any of various places, derived from the French placename or surname.
    1. A city, the county seat of Jefferson County, Texas, United States.
    2. A city in Riverside County, California, United States.
    3. A town in Alberta, Canada.
    4. A settlement in south-central Otago, New Zealand. [1]
  3. A surname, from Anglo-Norman​.
    1. A French toponymic surname derived therefrom.
    2. An English toponymic surname inherited from French ancestors so named.

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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

Inherited from Old French [Term?]; equivalent to beau +‎ mont.

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Beaumont ?

  1. a placename
  2. a toponymic surname