1) From Old English ?a-land, that is ‘land by water’, a word which gave rise to a number of place-names.

In the instance quoted it may be a field name but that is not how it reads: 1686 all the Yealand lying upon the further side of the Water of Wharf, Conistone.

places Conistone
dates 1686

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