Hourquebie


Hourquebie
Hourquebie
Toponyme gascon désignant une bifurcation (horca, forca = fourche, également bois, forêt + via = route). Il existe deux hameaux Hourquebie à Ramous et à Baigts-de-Béarn (64). Variante : Hourcabie.

Noms de famille. 2013.

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