Cathedral in Durham.
Origin of Durhamsee Durham: after the county, where origin, originally bred
- county in N England, on the North Sea: 938 sq mi (2,429 sq km); pop. 593,000
- its county seat, on the Wear: county district pop. 89,000
- city in north central N.C.: pop. 187,000
- A city of northeast England south of Newcastle. It is noted for its cathedral and castle, built by the Normans in the 1100s.
- A city of north-central North Carolina near Raleigh and Chapel Hill. Settled c. 1750, it is the seat of Duke University (founded 1838).
Origin of DurhamAfter Durham, a county of northern England.
- The name signed by alternate bishops of Durham (see Duresm).
- A city in county Durham in the Northeast of England.
- County Durham, a county in the Northeast of England.
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- A town in Connecticut
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- A town in New Hampshire.
- A town in New York
- A city in North Carolina.
- A community in Nova Scotia
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From Old English Dunholm (compare Middle French Duresm, Latin Dunelmum).