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Birch is a very old English name and derives its roots from two sources. One is that it can refer to a locational name and can come from the Old English word “bryce” which means 'to break', referring to the breaking of the land for agriculture. It could also refer to the Old English “birce” which means 'birch', referring to a place close to birch trees.

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