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The Complete List of Anglo-Saxon Place Names in Continental Europe




Akhtyrka, 4 villages in Sergiev-Posad district of Moscow Region, Vengerovski district of Novosibirsk Region, Kolpino district of Oryol Region, Rasskazovo district of Tambov Region – Russia – OE æfter "beyond, through", -gē "district".

Aleksandrovo-Markovo, a hamlet in Neklinovski district of Rostov Region – Russia – OE mearc "border, end, district", "sign"; mearca "determined space" Spain

Alan, a commune in the HauteGaronne department – France – Locality on the way of the Alans to Spain

Alenquer, a municipality, Oeste Subregion - Portugal - "Alanian temple" (OG kerika «church»).

Allan, a commune in the Drôme department – France – Locality on the way of the Alans to Spain

Arad, the capital city of Arad County – Romania – OE ared, arod "swift".

Ardatov, two towns, the center of the district in Nizhny Novgorod Region and the center of the district in Mordovia, Russia – OE eard «land», «place», «settlement», āte «oats»

Arignac, a commune, Ariège department, Occitanie – France – OE æring «dawning»

Armievo, a village, Shemysheyka district, Penza Region – Russia – OE earmian «have mercy».

Arłamów, a village, Gmina Ustrzyki Dolne, Bieszczady County, Subcarpathian Voiv. - Poland – OE ōr “ore, copper”, lām “clay, earth”

Asha, a town in Chelabinsk Region – Russia – OE asca, asce "ashes".

Aurignac, a commune, HauteGaronne department – France – OE æring «dawning»

Baar, municipalities in district of Mayen-Koblenz, Rhineland Palatinate and in Aichach-Friedberg district, Bavaria, Germany, a municipality in the canton of Zug, Switzerland – OE bār “boar”.

Baar-Ebenhausen, a municipality, district of Pfaffenhofen, Bavaria – Germany – OE bār “boar”.

Baarlo, a town in the southeastern – Netherlands – erlands - Netherlands – OE bār “boar”.

Baarn, a town, province of Utrecht. - Netherlands – OE bār “boar”.

Bad Zwesten, a community in the SchwalmEder district, Hesse – Germany – OE twist “fork”.

Bar, a town in Vinnytsia Regiona and a village in Horodok district, Lviv Region – Ukraine – OE bār “boar”.

Barashi, a village, Yemilchyne district, Zhytomyr Region – Ukraine – OE bǽr “abandoned, bare”, ǽsñå “ashes”.

Barashivka, a village, Zhytomyr district and Region – Ukraine – as Barashi (see).

Bârsa, a commune in Arad County – Romania – OE bærs, bears "persh".

Bârsana, a commune in Maramureș County – Romania – OE bærs, bears "persh".

Bârsău Mare, Gâlgău commune, Sălaj County – Romania – OE bærs, bears "persh".

Baryatino, villages in Dankov distric and Lev Tolstoy district, Lipetsk Region, villages in Dzerzhinsk district, Tarusa district, and Meshchovsk district, a village, the center of the district, Kaluga Region, Russia – OE bār «boar», tūn «village».

Beesten, a municipality in the Emsland district, Lower Saxony, – Germany – to AS beēastan “to the east”?

Berck, a commune in the Pas-de-Calais department – France – OE berc «birch».

Berka/Werra, a town, Wartburgkreis district, Thuringia – Germany – OE berc «birch».

Berkau, a village, the district of Stendal, Saxony-Anhalt – Germany – OE berc «birch»

Berkino, villages in Ivanovo Region and district? in Volokolamsk district, Moscow Region, Russia – OE berc «birch»

Berkiv, the former name of the village of Pylatyn, Chernihiv Region (see) – Ukraine – OE berc «birch»

Berkovica, a village, the municipality of Lukavac - Bosnia and Herzegovina – OE berc «birch»

Berkovitsa, a town, Montana Province - Bulgaria – OE berc «birch»

Berkovo, a village, Kemeshkovo district, Vladimir Region – Russia – OE berc «birch»

Berkozivka, a village, Kaniv district, Cherkasy Region – Ukraine – OE berc «birch», ōs «pagan deity»

Bern, the city - Swtzerland – OE beorn «a man, warrior, prince»

Bernay, a commune in the west of the Eure department – France – OE beorn "a man, warrior, prince", āge "possession", "property".

Bernay-en-Champagne, a commune in the Sarthe department in the region of Pays-de-la-Loire – France – OE beorn "a man, warrior, prince", āge "possession", "property".

Bernay-en-Ponthieu, a commune in the Somme department in Hauts-de-France – France – OE beorn "a man, warrior, prince", āge "possession", "property".

Bernay-Saint-Martin, a commune in the Charente-Maritime department in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region – France – OE beorn "a man, warrior, prince", āge "possession", "property".

Bernay-Vilbert, a commune in the Seine-et-Marne department in the Île-de-France region – France – OE beorn "a man, warrior, prince", āge "possession", "property".

Bernried, a municipality, district of Deggendorf, , – Germany – OE beorn «a man, warrior, prince», rida «rider»

Bernried, a municipality, WeilheimSchongau district, Bavaria, – Germany – OE beorn «a man, warrior, prince», rida «rider»

Bitla, a village, Turka district, Lviv Region – Ukraine – OE bietel «a beetle».

Biyanka, a village, Asha district, Chelabinsk Region – Russia – OE bean, bien "bean".

Bohutyn (Bogutyn), a villages, Zolochiv district, Lviv Region – Ukraine – OE boga «bow», tūn «village»;

Boldino,

a settlement, Petushki district, Vladimir Region, 10 villages in Perm district and Krai, Bolgatovskya volost and Zvony volost, Opochka district, Ostrov district, Pskov district in Pskov Region, Dorogobuzh district, Dukhovshchina district, and Kardymovo district in Smolensk Region, Solnerchogorsk district, Moscow Region, Novyi Nekouz district, Yaroslavl Region, Kalazin district, Tver Regiom, Russia – OE bold «house»

Bolshoe (Great) Boldino, a village, the center of the district, Nizhny Novgorod Reg. - Russia – OE bold «house»

Boratyn, villages in Brody district, Lviv Region, Lutsk district, Volyn Region, Radyvyliv district, Rivne Region, Ukraine and a village in Jarosław County, Podkarpackie Voivodeship, Poland – OE bora «son», tūn «village»;

Boryatino, villages in Kletnya district, Bryansk Region, Sheksna district, Vologda Region, Shemysheyka district, Penza Region, Volovo district, Tula Region, Russia – OE bora «son», tūn «village»;

Borzhykivka, a village, Perevalst district, Luhansk Region – Ukraine – OE borg «debt, fault», ēce «everlasting»

Bourg-en-Bresse, a commune, the capital of the Ain department – France – OE burg «citadel, borough», bræs «ore, bronze»

Brad, a city, Hunedoara County and a village, commune Berești-Bistrița, Bacău County, Romania – OE bræd „breadth, width“.

Breanova, s village, Orhei district – Moldova – OE bryne "fire".

Brech, a river, lt of the Snov, rt of the Desna River, a village, Koriukivka district, Chernihiv Region, Ukraine – OE brec “sound, noise”;

Breddin, a municipality in the OstprignitzRuppin district, Brandenburg, – Germany – OE bræd „breadth, width“, tūn «village, town».

Brest, a city in Belarus and a city in the Finistère département in Brittany, France – OE breost “breast”

Brou, a commune in the Eure-et-Loir department – France – OE brū "brow, lid".

Brutovo, a village, Suzdal district, Vladimir Region – Russia – OE bryten, breoten «break down»

Bryanovo, a village, Baryation district of Kaluga Region – Russia – OE bryne "fire".

Bryansk, the city in – Russia – OE bryne "fire".

Bryn’, villages in Halych district, Ivano-Frankivsk Region, Ukraine and in Duminichi district, Kaluga Region, a river, lt of the Zhizdra, lt of the Oka River, Russia – OE bryne "fire"

Bukcha, a village, Lyelchytsy district, Homel Region – Belarus – OE bucca, "a goat”

Burga, a village, Malaya Vishera district, Novgorod Region - Russia – OE burg «citadel, borough».

Burgovo, a village, Znamenskoye district, Oryol Region - Russia – OE burg «citadel, borough».

Burgovo, a village, Rzhev district, Tver Region - Russia – OE burg «citadel, borough».

Burtyn, a village, Polonne district, Khmenytskyi Region – Ukraine – OE būr «a peasant», tūn «village»;

Buryn, a city in Sumy Region – Ukraine – OE burna “spring, source”;

Butorlino, a village, Vyazniki dustrict, Vladimir Region – Russia – OE butere «butter», līn «flax, line»

Byrlivka, villages in Bershad district, Vinnytsia Region and Drabiv district, Cherkassy Region, Ukraine – OE byrla „body”;

Byshkin’, rivers, rt of the Derkul River, lt of the Donets and rt of the Sula River, rt of the Dnieper, a village, Lebedyn district, Sumy Region, Ukraine – OE bisgu «work», «worry», «care»

Byshkiv, a village, Zhivkva district, Lviv Region – Ukraine – OE bisgu «work», «worry», «care»

Byshky, a village, Kozova district, Ternopil Region – Ukraine – OE bisgu «work», «worry», «care»

Byshkyn (Nyzhniy, Verkhniy and Cherkaskyi), three villages in Kharkiv Region – Ukraine – OE bisgu «work», «worry», «care»

Čadca, a district town in northern Slovakia Slvk OE scēad(ā) «separation».

Chartres, a commune and capital of the Eure-et-Loir department – France – OE ceart "wasteland, wild public land", ræs "run, rush".

Chertanovo,

a district of Moscow, a former village, a part of the town of Mozhaysk, a former village, Moscow Region, villages in Volokolamsm district, Moscow Region and Galich district, Kostroma Region – Russia – OE ceart «wasteland, wild public land», anna "low, poor".

Chertkovo, a town in Rostow Region, two villages in Bessonov district of Penza Region and Selivanovsky district, Vladimir Region – Russia – OE ceart «wasteland, wild public land», cofa «a hut, cabin».

Chertkovskaya, a village, Morozovsk district, Rostow Region – Russia – OE ceart «wasteland, wild public land», cofa «a hut, cabin».

Chertovo, 5 villages

in Galich district, Kostroma Region, Chukhloma district, Kostroma Region, Sebezh district, Pskov Region, Pervomayski district, Yaroslavl Region, Pestretsy district, Tatarstan – Russia – OE ceart «wasteland, wild public land»

Chodorowa, a village in Gmina Grybów, within Nowy Sącz County, Lesser Poland Voivodeship – Poland – OE. fōdor “food, feed”.

Chodorówka Nowa, a village in Gmina Suchowola, within Sokółka County, Podlaskie Voivodeship – Poland – OE. fōdor “food, feed”.

Chodory, a village in Gmina Turośń Kościelna, within Białystok County, Podlaskie Voivodeship – Poland – OE. fōdor “food, feed”.

Chortkiv, a city in Ternopil Region – Ukraine – OE ceart «wasteland, wild public land», cofa «a hut, cabin».

Chotín, a village, Komárno district, Nitra Region - Slovakia – OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

Chotyně, a village, Liberec District and Region – Czechia – OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

Chotyněves, a village, Litoměřice District, Ústí nad Labem Region – Czechia – OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

Chotyniec, a village, Gmina Radymno, Jarosław County, Subcarpathian Voiv. - Poland - OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

Chrudim, a city in eastern Bohemia, Pardubice Region – Czechia – OE hrōd «joy, gladness», eam «an uncle».

a village, Arsk district, Tatarstan - Russia – see Churilovo.

Churilki,

a village, Verkhnelandekhov district, Ivanovo Region - Russia – see Churilovo.

Churilkovo,

a settlement, town district Domodedovo, Moscow Region, Rybnoye district, Ryazan Region - Russia – see Churilovo.

Churilovo, 31 villages

in Horki district, Mogilev Region, Beshenkovichi district, Verkhnedvinsk district, Miory district, Orsha district in Vitebsk Region (Belarus), a part of the city of Chelabinsk, Karsnoameysk district, Chelabinsk Region , Kovrov district, Sobinka district, in Vladimir Region, Sokol district, Kharovsk district, Sheksna district in Vologda Region , Ilyinskiy district, Privolzhsk district in Ivanovo Region , Kursk district, Zolotukhino district in Kursk Region, Novgorod district and Region , Loknia district, Novosokolniki district, Pustoshka district, Usviaty district, in Pskov Pegion, Krasnyi Kholm district, Staritsa Kholm district, Toropets district, Tver Region, Gavrilov-Yam, district, Breitovo district, Nekouz district, Lubim district, Uglich district in Yaroslavl Region (Russia), Petrich Municipality, Blagoevgrad Province (Bulgaria) – OE ceorl «a man, peasant, husband» (Eng churl).

Corneuil, a former commune in the Eure department – France – OE corn "corn", egile "house mouse".

Cornillé, a commune in the Ille-et-Vilaine department in Brittany – France – OE corn "corn", ill "callus".

Cornillé-les-Caves, a commune in the Maine-et-Loire department – France – OE corn "corn", ill "callus".

Czartów, a village, Gmina Krzeszyce, Sulęcin County, Lubusz Voivodeship – Poland – OE ceart "wasteland, wild public land".

Czartowo, 4 villages in Dobrzyń nad Wisłą, Lipno County, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodship, Gmina Drezdenko , Strzelce-Drezdenko County, Lubusz Voivodship, Gmina Skulsk, Konin County, Greater Poland Voivodeship, Gmina Przelewice, Pyrzyce County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship – Poland – OE ceart "wasteland, wild public land".

Czertyń, a village, Gmina Ińsko, Stargard County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship – Poland – OE ceart «wasteland, wild public land»

Czorsztyn, a village, Nowy Targ County, Lesser Poland Voivodeship – Poland – OE scorian «to jut out», stān “stone, rock”.

Czuryły, a village, Gmina Zbuczyn, Siedlce County, Masovian Voivodeship - Poland – OE ceorl «a man, peasant, husband» (Eng churl).

Delatyn, a town, Nadvirna district, IvanoFrankivsk Region – Ukraine – OE dǽl, dell «valley», tūn «village»;

Den'hy (Den'gy), a village, Zolotonasha district, Cherkasy Region – Ukraine – OE dengan "beat, hit".

Dresden, the capital city of Saxony – Germany – OE dærst (dræst) „leaven, dregs, refuse“.

Western Dvina (Daugava), a river rising in the Valdai Hills, Russia, flowing through Russia, Belarus, and Latvia and into the Gulf of Riga, Northern Dvina, a river in northern Russia flowing into the Dvina Bay of the White Sea – Russia – OE dwīnan "to vanish".

Dydyldino, a village, Leninskiy district, Moscow Region - Russia – OE dead «dead», ielde «people, men»

Dykan’ka, a town, Poltava Region – Ukraine – OE đicce “thick”, anga «thorn, edge”;

Dyliivka, a part of the city of Toretsk – Ukraine – OE dyle «dill»

Dyrdyn, a village, Horodyshche district, Cherkasy Region – Ukraine – OE đir «a female servant», tūn «village».

Elburgan, a village, Abazinskiy district, Karachay-Cherkess Republic – Russia – OE el- "foreign", burg "castle".

Elkhi, a village, Selivanovsky district, Vladimir Region – Russia – OE elh, eolh "elk".

Emsdetten, a town in the district of Steinfurt, North RhineWestphalia – Germany – OE ēam “uncle”, deað “death, dying”, tūn «village, town».

Erakhtur, a village, Shilovo district, Ryazan Region – Russia – OE ear 1. «lake, water», 2. «earth»; eahta «eight», ūr «aurochs, bison».

Erlino, a village, Korablino district, Ryazan Region – Russia – OE eorl «brave man, warrior, leader, chief»

Eutin, the capital of Eastern Holstein county, Schleswig-Holstein – Germany – OE ēow „yewtree“, tūn «village, town».

Falino, a village, Manturovo district, Kostroma Region, Varnavino district, Nizhniy Novgorod Region, Sokolskiy district, Nizhniy Novgorod Region, Spirovo district, Tver Region - Russia – OE feallan «fall»

Falsztyn, a village, Nowy Targ County, Lesser – Poland – Voivodeship – Poland – OE feall «fall», stān “stone, rock”

Falyonki, a town, Kirov Region - Russia – OE feallan «fall»

Farafonivka, a village, Kalinin district, Tver Region - Russia – OE faran «drive, go», faru «journey»; fōn «take, beginn, do something».

Farafonovo, 3 village in Mtsensk district, Oryol Region, Novgorod district and Region, Kez district, Udmurtia, a small lake near the village of Radovitsyin the east of Moscow Region - Russia – OE faran «drive, go», faru «journey»; fōn «take, beginn, do something».

Fastiv, a city, Kiev Region – Ukraine – OE fǽst “strong, fast».

Fenevychi, a village, Ivankiv district, Kiev Region – Ukraine – OE fenn «swamp», wīc «house», «village»

Fenevo, 5 villages

in Nevel district, Pskov Region, Andreapol district, Kesova Gora district, Tver Region, Pervomayskiy district, Yaroslav Region, Cherepovets district, Vologda Region – Russia – OE fenn «bog, swamp»

Fineyevo, a village, Kirzhach district, Vladimir Region – Russia – OE fina «woodpecker», fin «heap»

Firsovo, 6 villages

in Pervomaysk district of Altai Krai, Sretenski district of Trans-Baikal Krai, Chkalov district of Nizhny Novgorod Region, Rzhev urban district, Turinski urban district of Sverdlovsk Region, Dubna district of Tula Refion – Russia – OE fyrs "furze, gorse, bramble".

Firstovo,

4 villages in Kovernino district, Tonshayevo district of Nizhny Novgorod Region, Yegoryevsk district of Moscow Region, Bolsheukski district of Omsk Region – Russia – OE fyrst «first».

Fofanovo, 8 villages

in Niandoma district of Arkhangelsk Region, Galich district of Kostroma Region, Vach district of Nizhny Novgorod Region, Kulikov rural district, urban settlement of Yakhroma in Dmitrov district, urban district of Ozioty of Moscow Region, Zapadnodvinski district of Tver' Region, Bolshoye Selo district of Yaroskavl Region – Russia – OE fā "colorful, motley, potted, dyed", fana "cloth".

Fofantsevo, a village in Vologda district and Region – Russia – OE fā "colorful, motley, potted, dyed", fana "cloth".

Fundrikovo, a village, Semyonov district, Nizhny Novgorod Region – Russia – OE fundian «strive for, wish», rice «domination, government, power»

Fursove, a village in NovhorodSiverskyi district, Chernihiv Region – Ukraine – OE fyrs «furze, gorse, bramble»

Fursovo, 7 villages

in Arsenievo district, Tula Region, Melenki district of Vladimir Region, Podosinovets district of Kirov Region, Rybnoye district of Ryazan Region, Mosalsk district, Sukhinichi district, Ulyanovo district of Kaluga Region – Russia – OE fyrs «furze, gorse, bramble»

Futoma, a village, Gmina Błażowa, Rzeszów County, Subcarpathian Voivodeship, – Poland – OE fōt «foot», ūma 1. «name of a plant», 2. «wever’s beam».

Geneva, the city - Switzerland – OE gean «counter», īw, eow «yew».

Giaginskaya, a rural locality (a stanitsa), the center of the District, Republic of Adygea – Russia – OE geagn "against".

Gignac, a commune, Hérault département, Occitanie region – France – OE geagn "against", gegn "right".

Gilten, a municipality, district of Heidekreis, Lower Saxony, – Germany – OE gylt «sin, crime», tūn «village, town».

Bolshoy Gok (Hok in local pronunciation), a town, Gorodovikov district, a river, rt of the Yegorlyk, lt of the Manych, lt of the Don, Gorodovikov district, Kalmykia – Russia – OE hōk "hook".

Goldino, 2 villages in Mikhaylov district, Ryazan Region, Pskov district and Region – Russia – OE gold «gold»

Gostyń, a town, Greater Poland Voivodeship, villages in Gmina Świerzno, Kamień County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Gmina Gaworzyce, Polkowice County, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, Gmina Wyry, Mikołów County, Silesian Voivodeship – Poland – OE gōs “goose”, tūn «village, town».

Gostynin, a town, the Masovian Voivodship – Poland – OE gōs “goose”, tūn «village, town».

Grentheville, a commune in the Calvados department in the Normandy region – France – OE grēne "green", đweal "laundry, bath".

Grinevo, 8 villagees

in Novyi Oskol district, Belgorod Region, Konosha district, Arkhangelsk Region, Pogar district, Bryansk Region, Babayev district, Vologda Region, Poddorie district, Novgorod Region, Smolensk district, Smolensk Region, Sebezh district, Pskov Region, Chern district, Tula Region - Russia – OE grēne «green».

Gundorovskaya (Hundorovskaya), a former name of the city Donetsk, Rostov Region – Russia – OE hund "dog", ōra "bank, edge".

Gundorovskiy (Hundorovskiy), a hamlet, Orlovskiy district, Rostov Region – Russia – OE hund "dog", ōra "bank, edge".

Guzeripl' (Huzeripl'), a town, Maykop district, Republic of Adygea – Russia – OE hūs "house", rippel "undergrowth, brushwood".

Harklowa, a village, Gmina Skołyszyn, Jasło County, Subcarpathian Voivodeship, – Poland – OE har «hoar, grey», clawu «claw»

Haskovo, a city, the administrative centre of the Haskovo Province - Bulgaria – OE hassuc «wet grass»

Hatten, a municipality in Oldenburg, Lower Saxony – Germany – AS hāt „hot, fire“, tūn «village, town».

Heletyna, a village, KamianetsPodilskyi district, Khmelnytskyi Region – Ukraine – OE hell «hell», tūn «village».

Hladosove (Gladosove), a settlement in Horlivka municipality of Donetsk – Ukraine – OE glæd «shining, gracious», ōs «pagan divinity»

Hnivan, a town, Tyvriv district, Vinnytsia Region – Ukraine – OE hneaw «scanty»

Holma, a village, Balta district, Odessa Region – Ukraine – OE holm «wave, lake, water, island»

Holmivskyi, a town, Horlivka municipality, Donetsk Region – Ukraine – OE holm «wave, lake, water, island»

Hopsten, a municipality in the district of Steinfurt, North RhineWestphalia, – Germany – OE hop „a part of land“, tūn «village, town».

Horšovský Týn, a town, Plzeň Region – Czechia – echia OE tūn «settling, town, village».

Hoteni, a village, Maramureș County - Romania – OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

Hrezlya, a former village, Poliske district, Kiev Region, a river, lt of the Uzh River, rt of the Pripyat’ River, rt of the Dnieper – Ukraine – OIcl. hrisla (OE hris) "abush'.

Hundorovskaya, a village, Borshchiv district, Ternopil Region – Ukraine – OE husc «mockery», tūn «village».

Hushtyn, a village, Borshchiv district, Ternopil Region – Ukraine – OE husc «mockery», tūn «village».

Husiatyn, a town, Chemerivtsi district, Khmelnytski Region – Ukraine – see Hushtyn.

Ichnya, a town, Chernihiv Region – Ukraine – OE eacnian „to add”;

Ievino, a village, Pestyakov district, Ivanovo Region - Russia – OE īw, eow «yew». Let. Lith. ieva ’bird cherry tree»

Ievkovo, 3 villages in Babayevo district, Vologda Region, Volkhov district, Leningrad Region, Babayevo district, Vologda Region - Russia – see Ievlevo.

Ievlevo, 6 villages

in Vashkinski district, Vologda Region, Gryazovets district, Vologda Region, Volokolamsk district, Moscow Region, Klin district, Moscow Region, Bogorodotsk district, Tula Region, Borisoglebsk district, Yaroslavl Region - Russia – OE īw, eow «yew». Let. Lith. ieva "bird cherry tree"

Ilovay, a river, rt of the Voronezh, lt 0f the Don – Russia – OE geolu, geolwe "yellow", ea "river".

Ilovay-Dmitrievskoye, a village, Pervomaysk district, Tambov Region – Russia – see Ilovay.

Ilovays'k, a city, Donetsk Region – Ukraine – see Ilovay.

Ilovayskyi, a hamlet, Zimovniki district, Rostov Region – Russia – see Ilovay.

Irma, a village, Sheksna district, Vologda Region – Russia – OE iermen «great, strong».

Irmino, a town, Luhansk Region – Ukraine – OE iermen «great, strong».

Irklii, 2 rivers, rt of the Dnieper, rt of Tiasmyn, rt of the Dnieper, a village, Chornobai district, Cherkasy Region – Ukraine – OE ear "earth", clæg "clay".

Irpin’ (Irpen’), a city, Kiev Region, a river, rt of the Dnieper – Ukraine – OE ear 1. «lake» or 2. “ground», fenn, “bog, silt”

Ivot, a town in Dyatkovo district, Bryansk Region, a former village in Dubrovka district, Bryansk Region, Russia, a village in Shostka district, Sumy Region a river, rt of the Desna, lt of the Dniepe, Ukraine – OE ea «river», wōð «nois, sound»;

Ivotka, a river, lt of the Desna River, lt of the Dnieper – Russia, Ukraine – OE ea «river», wōð «nois, sound»;

Ivotok, a river, lt of the Vetma River, lt of the Desna, lt of the Dnieper – Russia – OE ea «river», wōð «nois, sound»;

Jerka, a village, Gmina Krzywiń, Kościan County, Greater Poland Voivodeship – Poland – OE earg «lazy, recreant».

Kartamysh, a village, Pervomaysk district, Kharkiv Region, old copper mine near the city of Stakhanov, Luhansk Region – Ukraine – OE ceart «wasteland, wild public land», myscan «to deform»

Kartamysheve, a village, Bilokurakyne dostrict, Luhansk Region – Ukraine – OE ceart «wasteland, wild public land», myscan «to deform»

Kartamyshi, a railway station between Popasna and Debaltsevo, Luhansk Region – Ukraine – OE ceart «wasteland, wild public land», myscan «to deform»

Kartanash, a railway station near the town of Stakhnov in Luhans’k Region – Ukraine – OE ceart «wasteland, wild public land», næss «ness, cliff, headlad».

Kartino, 2 villages in Yasnogorsk district, Tula Region, Leninskiy district, a settlement, Ruza district, Moscow Region – Russia – OE ceart «wasteland, wild public land»

Kartmazov, a part of the city of Moscow – Russia – OE ceart «wasteland, wild public land», māga «son, descendant», maga «powerful, well-off, capable»

Kartmazovo, three villages in Bolshoye Murashkino district pf Nizhny Novgorod Region, Sudogda district of Vladimir Region, Novomoskovsk district of Moscow Region – Russia – OE ceart «wasteland, wild public land», māga «son, descendant», maga «powerful, well-off, capable»

Kartovo, a village, Tatarstan - Russia – OE ceart «wasteland, wild public land»

Kartun, a village, Ostashkov district, Tver Region – Russia – OE ceart «wasteland, wild public land»

Kerlouan, a commune in the Finistère department of Brittany – France – OE ceorl "man, peasant", āgan "own".

Kharagenichi, a village in Pashozersk rural settlement of Leningrad Region – Russia – OE hār "grey, old", āgen "own".

Kharkov, a city – Ukraine – OE hearg “temple, altar, sanctuary”.

Khodoriv, a town, Zhydachiv district, Lviv Region, a village, Myronovka district, Kiev Region – Ukraine – OE. fōdor “food, feed”.

Khodorivka, a village, Puliny district, Zhytomyr Region Ukr OE. fōdor “food, feed”.

Khodorkiv, a village, Popelnya district, Zhytomyr Region – Ukraine – OE. fōdor “food, feed”.

Khodory, a village, Radomyshl district, Zhytomyr Region – Ukraine – OE. fōdor “food, feed”.

Khodurky, a village, NovohradVolynskyi district, Zhytomyr Region – Ukraine – OE. fōdor “food, feed”.

Kholmogory, a village, Arkhangelsk Region – Russia – OE holm, «lake, sea, water, island», gor «dirt».

Kholtobino, a village, Novomoskovsr district, Tula Region – Russia – OE holt «brushwood», ofen «oven».

Khoten’, a village, Iziaslav district, Khmelnytskyi Region – Ukraine – OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

Khotin’ , a town, Sumy district and Sumy Region – Ukraine – OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

Khotyn, a city in Chernivtsi Region, 3 villages in Berezne district, Radyvyliv district, Rivne district, Rivne Region, – Ukraine – OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

Khotynets, a town, Oryol Region – Russia – OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

Khotynivka, villages in Korosten district, Zhytomyr Region, Nosivka district, Chernihiv Region – Ukraine – OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

Khvastovichi, a village, the center of the district, Kaluga Region – Russia – OE fǽst “strong, fast».

Kistrus, a village, Spassk district, Ryazan Region – Russia – OE cis «gravel», trūs «brushwood», «dry twigs».

Klevan’, a town, Rivne district and Rgion, a river, rt of the Seym River, lt of the Dnieper – Ukraine – OE cliewen «a clew».

Kleven’, a town, Sevsk district, Bryansk Region, a village, Khomutov district, Kursk Region – Russia – OE cliewen «a clew».

Klitten, a village in the district Görlitz, Saxony – Germany – OE clite „coltsfoot“.

Klyvyny, a former village, Poliske district, Kiev Region – Ukraine – OE cliewen «a clew».

Knyki, a village, Gmina Barwice, Szczecinek County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship – Poland – OE cnycc «bundle, bunch»

Kologriv, a town, Kostroma Region – Russia – OE cōl «cool», grīwan «dip».

Konotop,

a river, lt of the Olisza River, rt of the Oder – Poland – OE cyne “royal”, topp “summit, top”.

Konotop, a city in Sumy Region (Ukraine) and 8 villages

in Gmina Kolsko, Nowa Sól County, Lubusz Voivodeship, Gmina Drawno, Choszczno County, West Pomeranian Voivodship, Gmina Drawsko Pomorskie, West Pomeranian Voivodship (Poland), Horodnia district, Chernihiv Region, Shepetivka district, Khmelnytsky Region (Ukraine), Ivanava district, Brest Region, Narovlia district, Homel Region (Belarus), Kromy district, Oryol Region (Russia) OE cyne “royal”, topp “summit, top”.

Konotopa,

three villages in Gmina Brańsk, Bielsk County, Podlaskie Voivodeship, Gmina Ożarów Mazowiecki, Warsaw West County, Gmina Strzegowo, Mława County, Masovian Voivodeship (Poland) – OE cyne “royal”, topp “summit, top”.

Konotopie a village,

Gmina Kikół, Lipno County, KuyavianPomeranian Voiv. – Poland – OE cyne “royal”, topp “summit, top”.

Konotopy (Kanatopy),

villages in Kopyl district within Minsk Region, Zhabinka district, Brest Region – Belarus – OE cyne “royal”, topp “summit, top”.

Konotopy,

a village, Sokal district, Liviv Region, Ukraine, locality, Gmina Dorohusk, Chełm County, Lublin Voivodeship, Poland – OE cyne “royal”, topp “summit, top”.

Konyatyn, two villagess in Sosnytsia district of Chernihiv Region and in Putyla district of Chernivtsi Region, the village of Konyatino in Cherepovets district of Vologda Region, the village of Konyatinskaya in Rostov-Minsk district rural settlement, Ustyansky district of Arkhangelsk Region. – Gmc. *kunja "kin", "noble origin" and OE tūn "town".

Kornaty, a village, Gmina Strzałkowo, Słupca County, Greater – Poland – Voivodeship – Poland – OE corn «grain, corn», ate «oats».

Korosten’ , a city, Zhytomyr Region, a village, Kulykivka district, Chernihiv Region – Ukraine – Eng. Cornish care, “rocky ash”, OE. stàn, “stone, rock.”

Korostyshiv, a city, Zhytomyr Region – Ukraine – Eng. Cornish care, “rocky ash”, OE. sticca, “stick, staff,”

Korsiv, a village, Brody district, Lviv Region – Ukraine – 1. OE cors «cane, rush». 2. OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsun’, a part of the city of Yenakiieve, Donetsk Region, Ukraine, villages in Dorohychyn district, Brest Region, Karma district, Gomel Region, Belarus, Verkhovie district, Oryol Region, Russia – 1. OE cors «cane, rush». 2. OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsunka, a village in Nova Kakhovka distrikt, Kherson Region, Ukraine and a hamlet in Belaya Kalitva district, Rostov Region – 1. OE cors «cane, rush». 2. OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsun-Shevchenkivskyi, a city, Cherkasy Region – Ukraine – 1. OE cors «cane, rush». 2. OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsuntsi, a village, Krasnosilka district, Odessa Region – Ukraine – 1. OE cors «cane, rush». 2. OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsyń, village, Ivanava district, Brest Region – Belarus – 1. OE cors «cane, rush». 2. OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsyni, a village, Rozhyshche district, Volyn Region – Ukraine – 1. OE cors «cane, rush». 2. OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Kotlas, a town, Arkhangelsk Region – Russia – OE cot «hut, cabin», læs «pasture»

Kramators’k, a city in Donetsk Region – Ukraine – OE crammian «press something into something else»

Kuleberyevo, a village, Komsomolsky district, Ivanovo Region – Russia – OE cūle «pit, hole», bera «bear».

Kumshatskaya, a village, Tsimlansk district, Rostov Region – Russia – OE cuma «newcomer», sceada «a criminal»

Kumshats’ke, a settlement, Shakhtarsk district, Donetsk Region – Ukraine – OE cuma «newcomer», sceada «a criminal»

Kumshatskiy, a hamlet, Millerovo district, Rostov Region – Russia – OE cuma «newcomer», sceada «a criminal»

Kumshatskoye, a village, Kuybyshev district, Rostov Region – Russia – OE cuma «newcomer», sceada «a criminal»

Kvilda, a village, Prachatice District, South Bohemian Region – Czechia – OE cwield «destruction, death»

Kuntseve, Novi Sanzhary district, Poltava Region – Ukraine – echia - OE cynca "cluster, bunch".

Kuntsevo, a district of Moscow, a former towná a village, Kardymov district, Smolensk Region – Russia – OE cynca "cluster, bunch".

Kursavka, a village, Andropovskiy district, Stavropol Krai – Russia – OE cynca "cluster, bunch".

Kyrdany, 2 villages in Ovruch district, Zhytomyr Region, Tarashcha district, Kiev Region – Ukraine – OE cyrten "beautiful";

Lambas, a settlement, Verkhnetoyemsky district, Arkhangelsk Region – Russia – OE lām «clay», basu «putple, red»

Landerneau, a commune in the Finistère department of Brittany – France – OE land "land" earnian "earn, win, gain".

Landéda, a commune in the Finistère department of Brittany – France – OE land "land", ead "wealth", "happiness".

Landivisiau, a commune in the Finistère department of Brittany – France – OE land "land", eawis "apparent".

Lantratov, a hamlet, Belorechensk district, Krasnodar Krai – Ukraine – OE lean "reward, gift", đræđ "thread".

Lantrativka, a village, Troitsk district, Luhansk Region – Ukraine – OE lean "reward, gift", đræđ "thread".

Latovnia, a river, rt of the Ten’ka, rt of the Tnia, rt of the Sluch – Ukraine – OE latteow,»leader”;

Laval, a town – France – OE læw "mutilation", āl "fire".

Lemps, a commune in the Ardèche department – France – OE limpan «to belong», «to be fit».

Lifino, a village, Vologda district, Vologda Region -Russia - OE līf «life», «stay»

Linda, a village, town district Bor, Nizhny Novgorod Region – Russia – OE lind «linden»

Lindino, a village, Spirov district, Tver Region – Russia – OE lind «linden»

Lindo-Pystyn', a village in the town of Bor, Nizhniy Novgorod Region – Russia – OE lind «linden»

Lindy, a village, Kineshma district, Ivanovo Region – Russia – OE lind «linden»

Lityn, a town, Vinnytsia Region, a village, Turiysk district, Volyn Region – Ukraine – OE lietan «to bend».

Litynia, a village, Drohobych district, Lviv Region – Ukraine – OE lietan «to bend».

Locarn, a commune in the Côtes-d'Armor department of Brittany – France – OE loc "lock, shutter", ærn "house".

Locarno, a town and municipality in the district Locarno (and its capital), Switzerland, a settlement in province Vercelli, Piedmont region, Italy – OE loc "lock, shutter", ærn "house".

Logduz, a village, Babushkinsky district, Vologda Region – Russia – OE lōg «site, place», dugan «be suitable, useful».

Lokca, a village, Námestovo District, Žilina Region - Slovakia – OE locc “lock of hair”

Lyfyne, a village, Lebedyn district, Sumy Region -Ukraine - OE līf «life», «stay»

Lyon, a city, AuvergneRhône Alpes region – France – OE lion «to lend», «to preserve»

Lysva, a town in Perm Krai – Russia – OE lysu from *lusiwa "bad, wicked", lyswen "to fester"

Lytkarino, a town, Moscow Region – Russia – OE lyt «small», carr «stone»

Madrid (Arab transcription Majrīṭ) , the capital city of the Kingdom of Spain - Spain - OE māg «bad, shameless» and rīđ «a stream, river».

Malatyn, a village, Hoshcha district, Rivne Region – Ukraine – OE māl «a spot», tūn «village»;

Mallentin, a municipality in Meklenburg-Vorpommern – Germany – OE māl 1. «a spot», 2. «case, cause, action”, læn “loan, borrowing” , OE tūn «village».

Mamyri, 2 former villages, at present a part of Moscow and a part of the town of Aprelevka, Moscow Region, Russia, a village, Slavuta district, Khmelnytskyi Region, Ukraine – OE mamor(a) – «deep sleep»

Maniatyn, a village, Slavuta district, Khmelnytskyi Region – Ukraine – OE manian «to prevent», «to protect»; tūn «village»;

Mantyn, a village, Mlyniv district, Rivne Region – Ukraine – OE mann «a man», tūn «village».

Manych, a village, Amvrosievka district, Donetsk Region, Ukraine, a settlement, Orlovskiy district, Rostov Region, a river, lt of the Don – Russia – OE manig "many", yce "frog".

Markin,

a hamlet in Oktiabrski district of Rostov Region – Russia – OE mearc "border, end, district", "sign"; mearca "determined space".

Markino,

7 villages in Dmitriev district of Kursk Region, Ichkalovo district in Mordovia, Zaraysk district of Moscow Region, Kolpino district of of Oryol Region, Vadino abd Sosnovy Bor of Penza Region (Russia) – OE mearc "border, end, district", "sign"; mearca "determined space".

Markivka,

a town in Luhansk district and 11 villages in Teplik, Tyvriv and Tomashoil districts of Vinnytsia Region, Baranivka district of Zhytomyr Region, Kolomyia district of Ivano-Frankivsk Region, Berezan district of Mykolaiv Redgion, Rozdilna district of Odesa Region, Kobylaky and Poltava districts of Poltava Region, Bilopilla district of Sumy Region, Derazhnia district of Khmelnytski Region (Ukraine) – OE mearc "border, end, district", "sign"; mearca "determined space".

Markove,

three villages in Kostiantynivka district of Donethsk Region, Dobrovelychkivka district of Kirovohrad Region, Tulchin district of Vinnytsia Region (Ukraine) – OE mearc "border, end, district", "sign"; mearca "determined space".

Markovo, about 120 towns and villages in such countries:

Belarus – five villages in Vitebsk Region,
Bulgaria – three villages in Plovdiv, Stara Zagora and Shumen Regions,
Russia – 12 villages in Pskov Region, 10 villages in Vologda Region, 10 villages in Yaroslavl Region, 9 villages in Tver Region, 7 villages in Novgorod Region, 6 villages in Kostroma Region, 6 villages in Nizhniy Novgorod Region, 5 villages in Moscow Region, 5 villages in Smolensk Region, 4 villages in Vladimir Region, 4 villages in Ivanovo Region, in twos villages in Arkhangelsk, Kaluga, Kirov, Leningrad, Lipetsk, Tula Regions, Perm Krai and Udmurtia, one village in Amur, Irkutsk, Kurgan, Kursk, Novosibirsk, Ryazan', Samara, Tyumen, Chelabinsk Regions, Krasnoyarsk, Primorski Krais and in Mari El Republic – OE mearc "border, end, district", "sign"; mearca "determined space".

Markowo, 4 villages

in Gmina Gniewkowo, within Inowrocław County and Gmina Włocławek, within Włocławek County of Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship; Gmina Gostyń within Gostyń County of Greater Poland Voivodeship; Gmina Brańsk within Bielsk County, Podlaskie Voivodeship – (Poland) – OE mearc "border, end, district", "sign"; mearca "determined space".

Mastino, a village, Udomla district, Tver Region - Russia – OE māst «greatest»

Mazyr (Mozyr), a city – Belarus – OE. Maserfeld to N.Gmc. mosurr «maple».

Mircha, a village, Rodomyshl district, Zhytomyr Region – Ukraine – OE mearce "border";

Miass, a city in Chelyabinsk Region, Russia – OE meos «swamp, bog»

Mius, a river flowing into the Sea of Azov – Ukraine, Russia, a village in Perevalsk district, Luhansk Region – Ukraine – OE meos «swamp, bog».

Moldova, a state – Moldova – OE molde "earth, sand".

Moldoviţa, a village, Caraș-Severin county – Romania – OE molde "earth, sand".

Mordy, a town in Siedlce County, Masovian Voivodeship – Poland – OE morđ “a murder”.

Moscow, the capital, villages in Verkhoshyzhemie district, Kirov Region, Peno district, Tver Region, Porkhov district, Pskov Region - Russia – OE mos «bog, swamp», cofa «a hut, cabin».

Motten, a municipality, district of Bad Kissingen, Bavaria - Germany – OE mōt «moot, council, court”, tūn «village, town».

Murcia, a city, the capital of the Murcia Region - Spain – OE murcian «be unhappy, complaining».

Murom, a city, Vladimir Region – Russia – OE mūr «wall», ōm «rust»

Mylatyn, 3 villages in Horodok district, Lviv Region, Ivanychi district, Volyn Region, Ostroh district, Rivne Region – Ukraine – OE myll «dust», tūn «village»;

Myrcha, 2 villages in Borodianka district, Kiev Region, Velykyi Bereznyi district, Zakarpattia Region– Ukraine – OE mearce «border»;

Myrotyn, a village, Zdolbuniv district, Rivne Region – Ukraine – OE mūr «wall», tūn «village»;

Myrutyn, a village Slavuta district, Khmelnytskyi Region – Ukraine – OE mūr «wall» or mor «morass, swamp,» , tūn «village»; Cf Moortown.

Narovla a town in Gomel Region – Belarus – OE nearu“narrow” and wæl, “pool, source”;

Neglinnaya, a river, lt of the Moskva River/ - Russia – OE nægl «nail», nægling

Nero, a lake, near the town of Suzdal - Russia – OE neru «rescue, food»

Nevel, a lake, Nevel district, a town, the administrative center of district, Pskov Region – Russia – OE neowal, nifol «dark».

Nevra, a village, Verkhnelandekh district, Ivanovo Region – Russia – OE *niewer (out of niew «new, fresh»).

Neya, a town, Kostroma Region – Russia – OE nea, neah «close, tight»

Okhtyrka, a small city in Sumy Region – Ukraine – OE æfter "beyond, through", -gē "district". See Akhtyrka.

Obertyn, a village, Tlumach district, IvanoFrankivsk Region – Ukraine – OE ofer «over», «high», OE tūn «village».

Ocna de Fier,

a commune, Caraș-Severin County, Banat – Romania – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Ocna de Jos,

a village, Harghita County, Transylvania – Romania – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Ocna Mureș,

a town in Alba County – Romania – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Ocna Sibiului,

a town, Sibiu County, Transylvania – Romania – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Ocna Șugatag,

a village, Maramureș County – Romania – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Ocnița,

a city and the administrative center of Ocniţa District, villages in Ocniţa District, in the Camenca sub-district of Transnistria, – Moldova – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Ocnița Răzești,

a locality, Orhei district - Moldova – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Ocniţa-Ţărani,

a village, Orhei district - Moldova – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Okna,

a village, Gmina Baruchowo within Włocławek County, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship – Poland – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Okna,

a village and municipality in Česká Lípa district in the Liberec Region, a part of the village of Polepy, Litoměřice district in Ústecký Region – Czech Republic – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Okny,

an urban-type settlement in Odessa Region – Ukraine – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Oknyne,

a village, Novy Aydar districr in Luhansk Region – Ukraine – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Okshevo, a village, Melenki district, Vladimir Region – Russia – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Olmany (- Belarus – ian: Almany ), a village, Stolin district, Brest Region – Belarus – OE oll, “to insult, abuse,”mann, manna“a man”, man “fault, sin”;

Olomouc a city in Moravia – Czech Republic – OE eola «elk», moc «manure».

Orchovo, a village, Słupca County, Greater – Poland – Voivodeship – – Poland – OE orf “cattle, livestock”.

Otwock, a town, Masovian Voivodeship – Poland – OE ot «at», wacu «guard».

Ovruch, a city, Zhytomyr Refion – Ukraine – OE of rocc «of rock»

Pakul, a village, Chernihiv distruct and Region – Ukraine – OIc pakki "pack", OE ōl "belt';

Pakuły, a village, Gmina Radoszyce, Końskie County, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship – Poland – OIc pakki "pack", OE ōl "belt';

Peldushy, a village in the rural settlement of Vinnitsy of Podporozhie district in Leningrad Region - Russia – OE feld "field", wysc 'to wish".

Penyagino, a former village, at present a district of Moscow - Russia – OE pæneg «money, coin»

Perm, a city - Russia – OE feorm «food», fearm «freight, lading»

Pretten, locality in the town of Lintgen in central Luxembourg - Luxembourg – OE prætt „trick, craft, art“.

Prettin, a town in Wittenberg district, SaxonyAnhalt. – Germany – OE prætt „trick, craft, art“.

Pripyat’, a river, lt of the Dnieper – Ukraine, Belarus – OE frio "free", frea “lord, god”, pytt, “a hole, pool, source”.

Pylatyn (out of Pylatyn forest) , a village, Kozelets district, Chernihiv Region – Ukraine – OE fiell «ruin, tūn»settling».

Rakhov, a city, Zakarpatska Region – Ukraine – OE rāha "chamois".

Rambouillet, a commune in the Yvelines department in the Île-de-France – France – OE ramm "ram", wull "wool".

Rambures, a commune in the Somme department in Hauts-de-France – France – OE ramm "ram", ūr "wealth, richness".

Randoga, a village, Tikhvin diatrict, Leningrad Region – Russia – OE rand "brink, bank", ōga "always, "

Randava, a village, Kranokutsk diatrict, Kharkiv Region – Ukraine – OE rand "brink, bank", āwa "resistant, stable".

Raška,

a town - Serbia - OE ræscan "to tremble, shake". This meaning is not suitable for the names of settlements, especially since there are quite a few of them. Most likely, the Old English word is related to the Old Icelandic raska "sway", "move", "displace". The last two values are quite suitable for the names given by the migrating people.

Raşcov,

a village, Camenca district, - Moldova – see Raška

Rashkiv,

2 villages in Horodenka district, Ivano-Frankivsk Region and Khotyn district, Chernivtsi Region – Ukraine – see Raška

Rashkovo,

a village, community Botevgrad, Sofia Province - Bulgaria – see Raška

Raškovci,

a village in the municipality of Doboj, - Bosnia and Herzegovina – see Raška

Raškovice,

rict, MoravianSilesian Region, – Czechia – see Raška

Raškovići,

a village, municipality of Goražde - Bosnia and Herzegovina – see Raška

Rasta (Resta), a river, rt of the Pronia River, rt of the Sozh, lt of the Dnieper – Belarus – OE ræst «quiet, calm, sleep»

Rennes, a city in the east of Brittany – France – OE ren "house". nesan "be saved, survive".

Resseta, a river, rt of the Xhizdra River, lt of th Oka River, rt of the Volga - Russia – OE rǽs «running» (rǽsan «to race, hurry») or rīsan «to rise» and seađ «spring, source»

Rohia, a village, Maramureș County – Romania – OE rāha "chamois".

Romny, a town, Sumy Region – Ukraine – OE romian“to seek, aim”.

Romodan, a town, Myrhorod district, Poltava Region, a village, Lubny district, Poltava Region, Ukraine, a village, Alekseevskoe district, Tatarstan, Russia – OE rūma „space”, OE dān „humid, humid place”

Romodanovo, a town, administrative center of the district, Mordovia, villages in Glinka district, Smolensk Region, Rybnoe district, Starozhylovo district, Ryazan Region – Russia – OE rūma „space”, OE dān „humid, humid place”

Rostov, a town in Yaroslavl Region, Russia, a village, Yampli district, Sumy Region – Ukraine – OE rūst "rust".

Rostov-on-Don, a a port city, the center of Rostov Region – OE rūst "rust".

Rostrenen, a commune in the Côtes-d'Armor department of Brittany – France – OE rūst "rust", ren "house".

Rukhotyn, a village, Khotyn district, Chernivtsi Region – Ukraine – OE rūh «raw, rough», tūn «village»

Ruma, a town and municipality, Srem District, Vojvodina – Serbia – OE rūma „space”.

Rustay, a village, town district Bor, Nizhny Novgorod Region – Russia – OE rust «rust», ea «river»

Rustów, a village, Gmina Krzyżanów, Kutno County, Łódź Voivodeship – Poland – OE rūst «rust»

Ryazan,

a city and 5 villages in Vilegodsk district, Arkhangelsk Region, Cherepovets district, Vologda Region, Odintsovo district, Moscow Region, Dorogobuzh district, Smolensk Region, Kimry district, Tver Region – Russia – OE 1. rāsian «explore, investigate». 2. racian «rule, lead»

Ryazanovo, 22 villages

in Vinogradovsky district, Arkhangelsk Region , Kurchatov district, Kursk Region, Gus-Khrustalnyi district, Vladimir Region, Velikiy Ustiug district, Ust-Kubinsk district, Vologda Region, Ostrovskiy district, Kostroma Region, Novomoskovsk district, Moscow Region, Vetluga district, Nizhniy Novgorod Region, Karagay district, Perm Region, Opochka district, Pskov Region, Khokhlov district, Smolensk district, Tyomkino district, Smolensk Region, Zelenodolsk district, Tatarstan, Turginovo district, Torzhok district, Verkhnevolzhsk district, Tver Region , Zaoksk district, Kurkino district, Tula Region, Melekes district, Ulianovsk Region, Selty district, Udmurtia, Danilov district, Yaroslav Region – Russia – OE 1. rāsian «explore, investigate». 2. racian «rule, lead»

Ryezanino, two villages in Uglich and Yaroslavl districts of Yaroslavl Region, a village in urban district of Sokolskiy, Nizhniy Novgorod Region – Russia – OE 1. rāsian «explore, investigate». 2. racian «rule, lead»

Rybotyn, a village Rybotyn, Korop district, Chernihiv Region – Ukraine – OE rūwa»cover, covering», tūn «village»

Rykhta, a river, lt of the Trostianytsia River, rt of the Irsha, lt of the Teteriv, , a village, Vyshhorod district, Kiev Region – Ukraine – OE riht, ryht, “right, direct”;

Rykhtychi, a town in Drohobych district, Lviv Region – Ukraine – OE riht, ryht, “right, direct”;

Rymanów, a town, Krosno County, Subcarpathian Voivodeship – Poland – OE rīman «to count, number, relate».

Rytro, a village, Nowy Sącz County, Lesser – Poland – Voivodeship, – Poland – OE rið «rivulet, stream», rō «quiet, calm, gentle, soft».

Staryi (old) Saltiv, Vovchansk district, Kharkiv Region – Ukraine – OE sealt «salt»

Saltozero, a town, Pesetsk district, Arkhngelsk Region – Russia – OE sealt «salt»

Sandata, a river, rt of the Yegorlyk, lt of the Manyxh, lt of the Don, a village, Salsk district, Rostov Region, – Russia – OE sand "sand", āte "weed".

Saransk, the capital city of the Republic of Mordovia – Russia – OE searien «wilt, dry up»

Schotten, a town in the middle of Hesse – Germany – OE scot «to shoot, a shooter», tūn «village, town».

Selyatyn, village, Putyla distruct, Chernivtsi Region – Ukraine – OE sele»house», «housing», tūn «settling»

Senkiv, a viallage, Monastyryska district, Ternopil Region, Horodnia district, Chernihiv Region – Ukraine – OE sencan «to sink»

Senkivka, villages in Boryspil district, Kiev Region, Horodnia district, Chernihiv Region – Ukraine – OE sencan «to sink»

Seym, a river, lt of the Desna River, lt of the Dnieper – Ukraine – OE seam «side, seam».

Sézanne, a commune in the Marne department and Grand Est region – France– OE sessian «to grow quiet», sess «seat».

Shadrino, 25 villages

in Kalmanka and Tselinnoe districts of Altai Krai, Mikhailovski district of Amur Region, Krasnoborsk district of Arkhangelsk Region, Vologda, Sokol and Ust’-Kubinski districts of Vologda Region, Oparino district of Kirov Region, Yeniseyski, Idrinski and Kozulsji districts of Krasnoyarsk Krai, Dmitrov and Taldom districts of Moscow Region, Chkalov, Vadski, Voskresenski, Gorodets and Kovernino districts, Urban district of Semyonovski of Nizhniy Novgorod Region, Iskitim district of Novosibirsk Region, Narovchar district of Penza Region, Iliinsk district of Perm Krai, Sarapul district of Udmurtia, Pervomaisk district, îf Yarodlavl Region – OE 1. *sceader out of scead "shade, shelter, defence". 2. sceard "mutilated, crippled; plundered".

Shangaly, a village, Ustyansky district, Arkhangelsk Region – Russia – OE scean «beautiful», gāl «luxuriance».

Shchadrino, a villahe in Yuriev-Polski district of Vladimir Region – OE 1. *sceader out of scead "shade, shelter, defence". 2. sceard "mutilated, crippled; plundered".

Shchotove, a town in Luhansk region – Ukraine – OE scot «to shoot, a shooter, a Scythian».

Shehyni (Szeginie), a village, Mostyska district, Lviv Region – Ukraine – OE sceaga “coppice”.

Shenkursk, a town, Arkhangelsk Region – Russia – OE scencan «to pour, give to drink, present», ūr «richness, wealth»

Shimsk, a town, Novgorod Region – Russia – OE scima «ray, light, shine»

Sige, a village, municipality Žagubica - Serbia – OE sige "lowereing, slope"

Sim, a river, rt of the Belaya River, a town in Ashinsky district of Chelyabinsk Region, a rural locality (a settlement) in Solikamsky District of Perm Krai – Russia – OE sima «band, rope»

Sima, a village, Yuryev-Polsky district, Vladinir Region – Russia – OE sima «band, rope»

Sindor, a town, Knyazhpogostsky District, Komi Republic – Russia – OE sinder «cinder»

Sindrovo (Old Sindrovo), a village, Krasnoslobodsk district, Mordovia – Russia – OE sinder «cinder»

Sizany, a village, Yelsk district, Homel Region – Belarus – OE sessian «to grow quiet», sess «seat».

Skov’yatyn, a village, Borshchiv district, Ternopil Region – Ukraine – OE scuwa «shade», «protection», tūn «village».

Skvyra, a town, Kiev Region – Ukraine – OE swiera “neck”, “ravine, valley”

Smiach, a river, rt of the Snow River, rt of the Desna, villages in Novhorod-Siverski district and Shchros district, Chernihiv Region – Ukraine – OE smieć “smoke, steam”.

Smiachka, a river, rt of the Desna – Ukraine – OE smieć “smoke, steam”.

Smila, a city, Cherkasy Region – Ukraine – OE smiellan «to hit», Eng smile or smell

Sozh, a river, lt of The Dnieper – Russia, Belarus – OE socian “to boil”.

Steniatyn, a village, Sokal district, Lviv Region – Ukraine – OE stan «stone», tūn «village»;

Stod, a town, Plzeň Region – Czechia – OE stōd «stud of horses».

Strutyn, a village, Zilichiv district, Lviv Region – Ukraine – OE streaw «straw», tūn «settling».

Strutynivka, a village, Hlobyne district, Poltava Region – Ukraine – OE streaw «straw», tūn «settling».

Strutynka, 3 villages in Ananyiv district, Savran district, Odessa Region, Lypovets district, Vinnytsia Region – Ukraine – OE streaw «straw», tūn «settling».

Sudzha (Sugia) a river, rt of the Psel River, lt of the Dnieper, a town, Kursk Region – Russia – OE sugga, sugge «a sparrow”;

Sulki, 2 villages in Gmina Miastkowo, Łomża County, Podlaskie Voivodeship, Gmina Wierzbno, Węgrów County, Masovian Voivodeship – Poland – OE sulh «plough, furrow».

Sulkivka, a village, Khmilnyk district, Vinnytsia Region – Ukraine – OE sulh «plough, furrow»

Sułków, villages

in Gmina Baborów, Głubczyce County, Opole Voivodeship, Gmina Góra, Góra County, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, Gmina Krasocin, Włoszczowa County, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship, Gmina Stromiec, Białobrzegi County, Masovian Voivodeship, Gmina Wieliczka, Wieliczka County, Lesser–Poland Voivodeship, – Poland – OE sulh «plough, furrow»

Sułkówa, a village, Gmina Fałków, Końskie County, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship – Poland – OE sulh «plough, furrow»

Suzdal, a town, the center of the district, Vladimir Region – Russia – OE swæs «peculiar, pleasant, beloved», dale «valley». Cf. Sösdala, a locality in Sweden

Svapa, a river, rt of the Seym River – Russia – OE swāpan "to drive".

Svirzh, two river, lt of the Dniester, rt of the Desna River, lt of the Dnieper, two village in Perenyshlany district, Lviv Region and in Shostka district, Sumy Region – Ukraine – OE swiera «the neck, ravine».

Svessa (Swissa), a river, lt. of the Ivotka, lt of the Desna River – – Ukraine – OE swǽs “peculiar, pleasant, beloved”.

Syava, a settlement, town district Shakhunya, Nizhny Novgorod Region – Russia – OE seaw «moisture»

Synkiv, a village, Zalishchyky district, Ternopil Region – Ukraine – OE sencan «to sink»

Synkivka, a village, Kupiansk district, Kharkiv Region – Ukraine – OE sencan «to sink»

Szaflary, a village in the Lesser – Poland – Voivodeship – Poland – OE sceaf “sheaf, bundle”, OSax. lāri “empty”.

Szczecin (German: Stettin), a city – Poland – OE stæđ «shore», tūn «village, town».

Szekszárd, a city and the capital of Tolna County. - Hungaria - OE sex, siex «six», eard «land», «place», «settlement».

Tagil, a river, rt of the Tura River, Nizhny Tagil, a city, Verkhny Tagil, a town in Sverdlovsk Region - Russia – OE tægel "tail".

Tal, a river, rt of the Teteriw, rt of the Dnieper River – Ukraine – OE tǽl “fast, quick”.

Tarashcha, a town, Kiev Region – Ukraine – OE đār “here, there”, ǽsc “ashtree”;

Tatsenky, a village, Obukhov district, Kiev Region Ukr OE tacen "sign", "wonder";

Tatsyne, a settlement in the town of Rovenki, Luhansk Region Ukr OE tacen "sign", "wonder";

Tatsynskaya, a town, Rostov Region Rus OE tacen "sign", "wonder";

Tetiiv, a city, Kiev Region – Ukraine – OE tætan «to gladden», «to coddle»

Týn nad Bečvou, a village, Přerov District, Olomouc Region – Czechia – Czech name týn «walled or fenced place» is loanword from OE tūn «village»

Týn nad Vltavou, a town, South Bohemian Region – Czechia – Czech name týn «walled or fenced place» is loanword from OE tūn «village»

Ul, a river, lt of the Sev, lt of Nerussa, lt of the Desna – Ukraine – OE ule “owl”.

Uren, a town, Nizhny Novgorod Region – Russia – OE warian 1. «to defend», ūr «riches»

Ushomyr, a village, Korosten district, Zhytomyr Region – Ukraine – OE. æsce «ashtree», mære “border”

Utiel, a municipality,comarca of RequenaUtiel, Valencian Community, - Spain - OE ūtian «to banish, steal».

Vakhtan, a settlement, town district Shakhunya, Nizhny Novgorod Region – Russia – OE wāh «fine», tān «twig, branch»

Varna, a city - Bulgaria – OE wearnian «warn, be careful»

Valpovo, a town in Slavonia - Croatia - OE hwelp(a) «whelp».

Vendinga, a village, Udorsky district, Komi republic – Russia – OE wendan «turn’

Vergulivka, a settlement, Bryanka district, Luhansk Regiom – Ukraine – OE wergulu «nettle».

Verkola, a village, Pinega district, Arkhangelsk Region – Russia – OE wer «defence», coll «hill».

Viglino, a village, Lesnoye district, Tver Region - Russia – OE wigle «sorcery»

Viknina, a village, Hayvoron district, Kirovohrad Region – Ukraine – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Vikniny (Veleki Vikniny), a village, Zbarazh district, Ternopil Region – Ukraine – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Vikno, villages in Zastavna district, Chernivtsi Region, Horodenka district, IvanoFrankivsk Region, Husiatyn district, Ternopil Region – Ukraine – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Viknyany, a village, Tlumach district, Ivano-Frankivsk Region – Ukraine – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Viknyna, a village, Hayvoron district, Kirovohrad Region – Ukraine – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Viknyne, 2 villages in Katerynopil district, Cherkasy Region, Zolochiv district, Kharniv Region – Ukraine – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Viknyny, a village, Bilohir'a district, Khmelnytsky Region – Ukraine – OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Vinkovci, a town, Vinnytsia Region – Ukraine – OE wincian «wink»

Vishera, a river, rt of the Volkhov, a river, rt of the Vychegda, rt of the Northern Dvina River, a river, lt of the Kama River, lt of the Volga - Russia – OE wisc(e) «meadow», ear «wave, lake».

Bolshaya (Great) Vishera, a town, Malaya Vishera district, Novgorod Region - Russia – OE wisc(e) «meadow», ear «wave, lake».

Vinnitsy, a rural settlement of Podporozhie district in Leningrad Region - Russia – OE winn "work, effort, profit", eaca "growth, advantage, use".

Vinnytsia, a city - Ukraine – OE winn "work, effort, profit", eaca "growth, advantage, use".

Voganj, a village, Srem District, Vojvodina – Serbia – OE wogian "to merry".

Vogany, a non-existent vilage, Nemsky District, Kirov Region – Russia – OE wogian "to merry".

Vogjani, a small village, Krivogaštani Municipality – Macedonia – OE wogian "to merry".

Volfa River, a river, lt of the Seym Rever, lt of the Desna River, lt of the Dnieper – Ukraine – OE wulf «wolf».

Volvenkove, a village, Balakliya district, Kharkiv Region – Ukraine – OE wealwian «roll, «, enge «closely, tight»

Vorvulynrsi, a village, Zalishchyky district, Ternopil Region – Ukraine – OE wergulu «nettle»

Vytebet’, a river, lt of the river Zhyzdra, rt of the Oka River – Russia – OE wid(e), bedd «bed, riverbed».

Wałbrzych, a city in Lower Silesian Voivodeship – Poland – OE wæl “whirpool, eddy, river”, brycg “bridge”.

Wendychany, a town, Mohyliv Podilskyi district, Vinnytsia Region – Ukraine – OE wendan «to turn», cinn «chin».

Wettin, a town in SaxonyAnhalt – Germany – OE wæt «moist, rainy, liquid», tūn «village, town».

Wilthen, a town in the district of Bautzen, Saxony – Germany – OE will „wile, trick“.

Win’kiwtsi, a town, Khmelnytsyi Region – Ukraine – OE winc «to wink» and hīw “appearance, form ”.

Wolsztyn, a town, Greater – Poland – Voivodeship – Poland – OE wōl «plague», stān «a rock, stone»

Worgule, a village, Gmina Leśna Podlaska, Biała Podlaska County, Lublin Voiv. – Poland – OE wergulu «nettle»

Wulften, a municipality in Lower Saxony, – Germany – OE wulf „wolf“, tūn «village, town».

Yagotyn, a city, Kiev Region – Russia – OE ieg «an island”, tūn «settling»;

Yauza, 3 rivers – lt of the Moskva River, lt of the Oka, rt of the Volga, rt of the Lama River, rt of the Shosha, rt of the Volga, rt of the Gzhat River, rt of the Vazuza, rt of the Volga – Russia – OE eage «eye, opening».

Yernovo, a village, Zaraysk district, Moscow Region - Russia – OE ern «house»

Yeya (Ieia), a river, falls into Sea of Azov, 2 hamlets in Krylovskaya distict snd Novopokrovskaya distict, Krasnodar Krai – Russia – OE ea "water, river".

Yurlovo, a village joined to Moscow, 2 villages in Solnechnogorsk district and Mozhaysk district – Russia – OE eorl (old Norse jarl) «noble man, warrior»

Bolshoy Zelenchuk, a river, lt of the Kuban River – Russia – OE selen "gift, tribute", cuc, cwic "alive"þ

Malyi Zelenchuk, a river, lt of the Kuban River – Russia – OE selen "gift, tribute", cuc, cwic "alive".

Zelenchuk, a village, Melitopol district, Zaporizjia Region, Ukraine, a hamlet, Gulkevichi district, Krasnodar Krai, Russia –– OE selen "gift, tribute", cuc, cwic "alive".

Zelenchuk-Mostovoy, a hamlet, Otradnoye district, Krasnodar Krai – Russia – OE selen "gift, tribute", cuc, cwic "alive"þ

Zelenchuk Vtoroy, a river, lt of the Kuban River – Russia – OE selen "gift, tribute", cuc, cwic "alive".

Zengino, a town, Orichevsky district, Kirov Region – Russia – OE sengan ’ro burn, to set on fire»

Zhabotyn, a village, Kamianka district, Cherkasy Region – Ukraine – OE geap «open, wide», tūn»settling».

Zhelon’, a river, rt of the Pripyat River, lt of the Dnieper – Ukraine – OE scielian “to part”;

Zherev, a river, lt of the Uzh River, rt of the Pripyat, a village, Narodychi distruct, Zhytomyr Region – Ukraine – OE gierwan «to boil” or «to decorate”

Zhereva, a river, rt of the Teteriv, lt of the Dnieper, a village, Ivankiv district, Kiev Region – Ukraine – OE gierwan «to boil” or «to decorate”

Zhuratyn, a village, Busk district, Lviv Region – Ukraine – OE gierian «to equip, preoare, make ready», tūn «village»;

Zhytomyr, a city – Ukraine – OE scytta, «protection» and OE mære “border»

Zibrovo, 4 villages in Serpukhov district, Moscow Region, Dolzhansk district, Oryol Region, Odoyevo district, Tula Region, Zolotukhino district, Kursk Region - Russia – OE sibb «peace», rōw «quiet, calm».

Ziborovka, a village, Shebekino district, Belgorod Region - Russia – OE sibb «peace», rōw «quiet, calm».

Zin’kiv, a city, Poltava Regioná a village, Win’kiwtsi district, Khmelnytsyi Region – Ukraine – OE sencan, sincan “sink”.

Zürich (Lat. Turicum), a city - Switzerland – OE tur «tower», cuma «an arriving, stranger»




   

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