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From Middle English Drayton, from Old English Drægtūn (literally “town where logs are dragged”), from draġan (“to draw, drag”) + tūn (“enclosure, town”). Alternatively from Proto-Brythonic *treβ (“town, settlement”) + Old English tūn.
- A surname.
- Any of several places in England, with more in other countries named after the English ones.