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- proper n. Mount Caburn.
- proper n. A male given name deriving from the hill in Sussex, mainly found in the city of Brighton.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Caburn to Glynde, from Glynde to Ringmer, and from Ringmer over the hills to Lewes again.
Kingly Vale; but Caburn has a deeper cavity than any other that I can recall.
Caburn is not unique in this respect; there is, for example, a similar hollow in the hill above
Caburn, and in the valley below the volunteers fire at their butts; but