Clayton

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From Old English clæg (clay) + tūn (enclosure, settlement).

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Clayton

  1. Any of several placenames in England and elsewhere, including:
    1. A town in Alabama, USA, and the county seat of Barbour County.
    2. A town in Liberty Township, Hendricks County, Indiana.
    3. A city in Missouri, the county seat of St. Louis County.
    4. A town in New Mexico, USA, and the county seat of Union County.
  2. A habitational surname from the placename.
  3. A male given name from the surname.

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