rysom

 a stalk of corn. North.

A glossary of provincial and local words used in England. . 1790.

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  • Rysom — Recorded as Risom, Rissom, Risome, Riseam, Rysom, Rysome, and probably others, this is a rare locational surname. It originates from the hamlet of Rysome near the village of Patrington in East Yorkshire, and is said to mean the place of the hris… …   Surnames reference

  • Riseam — Recorded as Risom, Rissom, Risome, Riseam, Rysom, Rysome, and probably others, this is a rare locational surname. It originates from the hamlet of Rysome near the village of Patrington in East Yorkshire, and is said to mean the place of the hris… …   Surnames reference

  • Risom — Recorded as Risom, Rissom, Risome, Riseam, Rysom, Rysome, and probably others, this is a rare locational surname. It originates from the hamlet of Rysome near the village of Patrington in East Yorkshire, and is said to mean the place of the hris… …   Surnames reference

  • Rissom — Recorded as Risom, Rissom, Risome, Riseam, Rysom, Rysome, and probably others, this is a rare locational surname. It originates from the hamlet of Rysome near the village of Patrington in East Yorkshire, and is said to mean the place of the hris… …   Surnames reference

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