Meaning of name Burden and popularity around the world + anagrams

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Ancestry (of Norman origin) from the Old French personal name Burdo (oblique case Burdon), probably of Germanic origin, but uncertain meaning.nickname for a pilgrim or one who carried a pilgrim’s staff, Middle English, Old French bourdon.habitational name from any of various places called Burdon or Burden. Burden in West Yorkshire and Great Burdon in County Durham are named with Old English burh ‘stronghold’, ‘fortified place’ + dun ‘hill’; Burdon in Tyne and Wear is named with Old English b¯re ‘byre’ + denu ‘valley’.-N/A
Dictionarythat which is carried; load: a horse's burden of rider and pack. --
My Baby NameBirch tree valley.Old EnglishMasculine
Search for Ancestors Lower says this name is probably a corruption of bourdon, a pilgrim's staff,--a very appropriate sign for a wayside hostelry. It may be local, derived from Bour, a house (from the Saxon bure, a bed-chamber), and den, a valley--the house in the valley.-N/A

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Anagrams for name Burden: Burden - Burned - Deb Run - Deb Urn - Bed Run - Bed Urn - Bred Nu - Drub En - Burn Ed - Nub Red
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