Sill
1. Niederdeutscher Wohnstättenname zu mda. Süll, Sill »Schwelle«.
2. Berufsübername zu mhd. sil(e) »Geschirrseil, das Riemenwerk für das Zugvieh« für den Hersteller oder für jemanden, der damit umging.
3. Oberdeutscher Wohnstättenname zu mhd. sul, sol »Salzwasser, -brühe«, auf feuchte Stellen, wo sich das Vieh suhlte, bezogen.

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