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- location: Mag Wood, South Crosland
- status: still exists
- category: spring
In Welsh and Cornish place names the prefix "nan" means a valley, whilst a "hob" is shortened form of "hobgoblin". The name could perhaps be interpreted as meaning the "spring on a valley side haunted by a hobgoblin".