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Unknown, but thought to derive from a Celtic toponym, presumably related to height. The other placenames derive from the English hills.

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Chiltern (usually uncountable, plural Chilterns)

  1. (uncommon) Short for Chiltern Hills.
  2. (historical) Short for Chiltern Hundreds.
  3. (historical) A local government district of Buckinghamshire, England, abolished on 31 March 2020.
  4. A town in Victoria, Australia.

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