Contents 1 Etymology 2 Australia 3 Canada 4 France 5 Germany 6 India 7 Indonesia 8 Pakistan 9 Romania 10 Switzerland 11 Ukraine 12 United Kingdom 13 United States 13.1 Mississippi 13.2 New York 13.3 Oregon 14 Vietnam 15 See also 16 References 17 External links


Etymology[edit] The word comes from Anglo-Norman hamelet(t)e, corresponding to Old French hamelet, the diminutive of Old French hamel. This, in turn, is a diminutive of Old French ham, (meaning..?) possibly borrowed from (West Germanic) Franconian languages. Compare with modern French hameau, Dutch heem, German Heim, Old English hām and Modern English home.[1]


Australia[edit] In Australia a hamlet is a small village.[citation needed] Officially, a hamlet differs from a village in having no commercial premises, but has residences and may have community buildings such as churches and public halls.[citation needed]


Canada[edit] In Canada's three territories, hamlets are officially designated municipalities.[2] As of January 1, 2010: Northwest Territories had 10 hamlets,[2] which had a population of less than 1,000 people as of the 2006 census;[3][4] Nunavut had 24 hamlets,[2] all of which had a population of less than 2,500 people as of the 2006 census;[5] and Yukon had two hamlets,[2] both of which had a population of less than 400 people as of the 2006 census.[6] In Canada's provinces, hamlets are usually small unincorporated communities within a larger municipality, such as many communities within the single-tier municipalities of Ontario[citation needed] or within Alberta's specialized and rural municipalities.[7] Canada's two largest hamlets—Fort McMurray (formerly incorporated as a city)[8] and Sherwood Park—are located in Alberta. They each have populations, within their main urban area, in excess of 60,000—well in excess of the 10,000-person threshold that can choose to incorporate as a city in Alberta.[9][10] As such, these two hamlets have been further designated by the Province of Alberta as urban service areas.[11] An urban service area is recognized as equivalent to a city for the purposes of provincial and federal program delivery and grant eligibility.[12][13]


France[edit] During the 18th century, for rich or noble people, it was up-to-date to create their own hameau (hamlet) in their gardens. They were a group of some houses or farms with rustic appearance, but in fact were very comfortable. The best known is the Hameau de la Reine built by the queen Marie-Antoinette in the park of the Château de Versailles. Or the Hameau de Chantilly built by Louis Joseph, Prince of Condé in Chantilly, Oise. Lieu-dit (local name) is another name for hamlet.[citation needed] The difference is that a hamlet is permanently inhabited, but a lieu-dit is not (in winter for example, or when the lieu-dit is only an important road crossing).


Germany[edit] In Germany hamlets are called Weiler (German: [ˈva͡ɪlɐ]). They are often part of bigger villages and municipalities. Most German hamlets are situated in Bavaria, Rhineland-Palatinate and Hesse.[citation needed] In the low Saxon dialect of northwestern Germany hamlets are called Bauernschaft.


India[edit] In different states of India, there are different words for hamlet. In Haryana and Rajasthan it is called "dhani" (Hindi: ढाणी ḍhāṇī) or "Thok".[14][15][16][17] In Gujarat a hamlet is called a "nesada", which are more prevalent in the Gir forest. In Maharashtra it's called a "pada". In southern Bihar, especially in the Magadh division, a hamlet is called a "bigha".


Indonesia[edit] The hamlet Kampung Naga in West Java Province, Indonesia All over Indonesia, hamlets are translated as "small village", or kampung. They are known as dusun in Central Java and East Java, banjar in Bali, jorong or kampuang in West Sumatra.[citation needed]


Pakistan[edit] In Pakistan a hamlet is called a gron (pronounced as grona with some nasalisation at the end).[citation needed]


Romania[edit] Main article: Administrative divisions of Romania In Romania hamlets are called cătunuri (singular: cătun), and they represent villages that contain several houses at most. They are legally considered villages, and statistically, they are placed in the same category. Like villages, they do not have a separate administration, and thus are not an administrative division, but are part of a parent commune.


Switzerland[edit] In the four national languages hamlets are known as Weiler (German), hameaux (French), frazioni (Italian) and fracziun (Romansh). A hamlet is always part of a larger municipality or may be shared between two municipalities. The difference between a hamlet and a village is that typically a hamlet lacks a compact core settlement and lacks a central building such as a church or inn. However, some hamlets (Kirchwiler) may have grown up as an unplanned settlement around a church.[18] There is no population limit that defines a hamlet and some hamlets have a larger population than some of the smallest municipalities. Generally there are no street names in a hamlet; rather, addresses are given by hamlet name and a number. House numbers might start at one side of the hamlet and continue to the other side or may have no clear organization. A hamlet may form or have formed a Bürgergemeinde (legal place of citizenship regardless of where a person was born or currently lives) and may own common property for the Bürgergemeinde.


Ukraine[edit] In Ukraine a very small village such as the hamlet usually is called a hutir.[19]


United Kingdom[edit] Bodiggo in Cornwall In the United Kingdom, the word hamlet (having the French origin given at the top of this article), means a house or village without a church,[20] although hamlets are recognised as part of land use planning policies and administration. In modern usage it generally refers to a secondary settlement in a civil parish, after the main settlement (if any). Hamlets may have been formed around a single source of economic activity such as a farm, mill, mine or harbour that employed its working population. Some hamlets, particularly those that have a medieval church, may be the result of the depopulation of a village; an example of such a hamlet is Graby. The term hamlet was used in some parts of the country, notably Wales, to denote a geographical subdivision of a parish (which might or might not contain a settlement). Elsewhere, these subdivisions were called "townships" or "tithings".[21][22] In the Scottish Highlands the term clachan, of Gaelic derivation, may be preferred to the term hamlet.[23] Also found in Scotland more generally is fermtoun used in the specific case of a settlement of agricultural workers' homes.[citation needed] In Northern Ireland the common Irish place name element baile is sometimes considered equivalent to the term hamlet in English, although baile would actually have referred to what is known in English today as a townland: that is to say, a geographical locality rather than a small village.


United States[edit] Mississippi[edit] In Mississippi, a 2009 state law (§ 17-27-5) set aside the term "municipal historical hamlet" to designate any former city, town or village with a current population of less than six hundred (600) inhabitants that lost its charter before 1945. The first such designation was applied to the town of Bogue Chitto, Lincoln County, Mississippi. New York[edit] Main article: Administrative divisions of New York In New York, hamlets are unincorporated settlements within towns. Hamlets are usually not legal entities and have no local government or official boundaries. Their approximate locations will often be noted on road signs, however. A hamlet usually depends upon the town that contains it for municipal services and government. A hamlet could be described as the rural or suburban equivalent of a neighborhood in a city or village. The area of a hamlet may not be exactly defined and may simply be contained within the ZIP code of its post office, or may be defined by its school or fire district. Others, such as Forestville, New York, will be the remnants of former villages, with borders coextant with the previously defined borders of the defunct or dissolved village. Some hamlets proximate to urban areas are sometimes continuous with their cities and appear to be neighborhoods, but they still are under the jurisdiction of the town. Some hamlets, such as Levittown in the Town of Hempstead, with a population of over 50,000, are more populous than some incorporated cities in the state. Oregon[edit] Main article: Hamlet (Oregon) In Oregon, specifically in Clackamas County, a hamlet is a form of local government for small communities, which allows the citizens therein to organize and co-ordinate community activities. Hamlets do not provide services such as utilities or fire protection, and do not have the authority to levy taxes or fees. There are four hamlets in Oregon: Beavercreek, Mulino, Molalla Prairie, and Stafford.


Vietnam[edit] Further information: Vietnam § Administrative subdivisions, and Subdivisions of Vietnam In Vietnam, a hamlet (xóm, ấp) is the smallest unofficial administrative unit. It is a subdivision of a commune or township (xã).


See also[edit] Clachan Developed environments Dhani and villages Frazione Khirba Manorialism Types of inhabited localities in Russia


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