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Alan, a commune in the Haute-Garonne department Fr Locality on the way of the Alans to Spain

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

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

Ardatov, a town, the center of the district, Nizhny Novgorod Region Rus OE eard «land», «place», «settlement», āte «oats»

Ardatov, a town, the center of the district, Mordovia Rus OE eard «land», «place», «settlement», āte «oats»

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

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

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

Aurignac, a commune, Haute-Garonne department Fr OE æring «dawning»

Avratyn, a village, Lubar district, Zhytomyr Region Ukr OE ǽfre «after, constant», tūn «village»

Awratyn, a village, Volochysk disrtict, Khmelnytskyi Region Ukr OE ǽfre «after, constant», tūn «village»

Baar, a municipality, district of Mayen-Koblenz, Rhineland-Palatinate, Ger OE bār “boar”.

Baar, a municipality, Aichach-Friedberg district, Bavaria, Ger OE bār “boar”.

Baar, a municipality, the canton of Zug Swtz OE bār “boar”.

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

Baarlo, a town in the southeastern Netherlands Neth OE bār “boar”.

Baarn, a town, province of Utrecht. Neth OE bār “boar”.

Bad Zwesten, a community in the Schwalm-Eder district, Hesse Ger OE twist “fork”.

Bar, a town in Vinnytsia Region Ukr OE bār “boar”.

Bar, a village, Horodok district, Lviv Region Ukr OE bār “boar”.

Barashi, a village, Yemilchyne district, Zhytomyr Region Ukr OE bǽr “abandoned, bare”, ǽsсе “ashes”;

Barashivka, a village, Zhytomyr district and Region Ukr OE bǽr “abandoned, bare”, ǽsсе “ashes”;

Baryatino, a village, Dankov distric, Lipetsk Region Rus OE bār «boar», tūn «village»;

Baryatino, a village, Dzerzhinsk district, Kaluga Region Rus OE bār «boar», tūn «village»;

Baryatino, a village, Lev-Tolstoy district, Lipetsk Region Rus OE bār «boar», tūn «village»;

Baryatino, a village, Meshchovsk district, Kaluga Region Rus OE bār «boar», tūn «village»;

Baryatino, a village, Tarusa district, Kaluga Region Rus OE bār «boar», tūn «village»;

Baryatino, a village, the center of the district, Kaluga Region Rus OE bār «boar», tūn «village»;

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

Berezhest’, a river, lt of the Hrezlya River, lt of the Uzh River, rt of the Pripyat’ Ukr OE bere “barley”, OE ciest “layer, heap”.

Berezhest’, a village, Ovruch district, Zhytomyr Region Ukr OE bere “barley”, OE ciest “layer, heap”.

Berka/Werra, a town, Wartburgkreis district, Thuringia Ger OE berc «birch»

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

Berkino, a village, district and Region of Ivanovo Rus OE berc «birch»

Berkino, a village, Volokolamsk district, Moscow Region Rus OE berc «birch»

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

Berkovica, a village, the municipality of Lukavac BaH OE berc «birch»

Berkovitsa, a town, Montana Province Bulg OE berc «birch»

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

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

Bern, the city Swth OE beorn «a man, warrior, prince»

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

Bernried, a municipality, Weilheim-Schongau district, Bavaria, Ger OE beorn «a man, warrior, prince», rida «rider»

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

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

Boratyn, a village, Brody district, Lviv Region Ukr OE būr «room, hut, dwelling», tūn «village»;

Boratyn, a village, Jarosław County, Podkarpackie Voivodeship Pol OE būr «room, hut, dwelling», tūn «village»;

Boratyn, a village, Lutsk district, Volyn Region Ukr OE būr «room, hut, dwelling», tūn «village»;

Boratyn, a village, Radyvyliv district, Rivne Region Ukr OE būr «room, hut, dwelling», tūn «village»;

Boryatino, a village, Kletnya district, Bryansk Region Rus OE būr «room, hut, dwelling», tūn «village»;

Boryatino, a village, Sheksna district, Vologda Region Rus OE būr «room, hut, dwelling», tūn «village»;

Boryatino, a village, Shemysheyka district, Penza Region Rus OE būr «room, hut, dwelling», tūn «village»;

Boryatino, a village, Volovo district, Tula Region Rus OE bora «son», tūn «village»;

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

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

Brech, s river, lt of the Snov, rt of the Desna River Ukr OE brec “sound, noise”;

Brech, a village, Koriukivka district, Chernihiv Region Ukr OE brec “sound, noise”;

Breddin, a municipality in the Ostprignitz-Ruppin district, Brandenburg, Ger OE bræd „breadth, width“, tūn «village, town».

Brest, the city in Belarus Blr OE breost “breast”

Brest, the city in Belarus Blr OE breost “breast”

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

Bryansk, the city in Russia Rus OE bryne»fire»

Bryn’ , a village, Duminichi district, Kaluga Region Rus OE bryne»fire»

Bryn’ , a village, Halych district, Ivano-Frankivsk Region Ukr OE bryne»fire»

Bryn’, a river, lt of the Zhizdra, lt of the Oka River Rus OE bryne»fire»

Brześć Kujawski, a district in Włocławek County, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voiv. Pol OE breost “breast”

Bukcha, a village, Lyelchytsy district, Homel Region Blr OE bucca, «a goat”

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

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

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

Byrlivka, a village, Bershad district, Vinnytsia Region. Ukr OE byrla „body”;

Byrlivka, a village, Drabiv district, Cherkassy Region. Ukr OE byrla „body”;

Byshkin’, a river, rt of the Derkul River, lt of the Donets Ukr OE bisgu «work», «worry», «care»

Byshkin’, a river, rt of the Sula River, rt of the Dnieper Ukr OE bisgu «work», «worry», «care»

Byshkin’, a village, Lebedyn district, Sumy Region. Ukr OE bisgu «work», «worry», «care»

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

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

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

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

Chertkovo, a town, Rostow Region Ukr OE ceart “wild common land”, gief “a gift”.

Chertkovo, a village, Bessonov district, Penza Region Rus OE ceart “wild common land”, gief “a gift”.

Chertkovo, a village, Selivanovsky district, Vladimir Region Rus OE ceart “wild common land”, gief “a gift”.

Chertkovskaya, a village, Morozovsk district, Rostow Region Ukr OE ceart “wild common land”, gief “a gift”.

Chortkiv, a city in Ternopil Region Ukr OE ceart “wild common land”, gief “a gift”.

Chotěnov, a village, Svitavy district, Pardubice Region Cz OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Delatyn, a town, Nadvirna district, Ivano-Frankivsk Region Ukr OE dǽl, dell «valley», tūn «village»;

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

Dykan’ka, a town, Poltava Region Ukr OE đicce “tick”,anga „thorn, edge”;

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

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

Elkhi, a village, Selivanovsky district, Vladimir Region Rus OE oelh «elk»

Emsdetten, a town in the district of Steinfurt, North Rhine-Westphalia Ger OE ēam “uncle”, deað “death, dying”, tūn «village, town».

Erakhtur, a village, Shilovo district, Ryazan Region Rus OE ear 1. «lake, water», 2. «earth». eahta «eght», ūr «aurochs, bison».

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

Eutin, the capital of Eastern Holstein county, Schleswig-Holstein Ger OE ēow „yew-tree“, tūn «village, town».

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

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

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

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

Firstovo, a village, Kovernino district, Nizhny Novgorod Region Rus OE fyrst «first».

Firstovo, a village, Tonshayevo district, Nizhny Novgorod Region Rus OE fyrst «first».

Firstovo, a village, Yegoryevsk district, Moscow Region Rus OE fyrst «first».

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

Fursove, a village, Novhorod-Siverskyi district, Cherihiv Region Ukr OE fyrs «furze, gorse, bramble»

Fursovo, a village, Arsenievo district, Tula Region Rus OE fyrs «furze, gorse, bramble»

Fursovo, a village, Melenki district, Vladimir Region Rus OE fyrs «furze, gorse, bramble»

Fursovo, a village, Mosalsk district, Kaluga Region Rus OE fyrs «furze, gorse, bramble»

Fursovo, a village, Novhorod-Siverskyi district, Cherihiv Region Rus OE fyrs «furze, gorse, bramble»

Fursovo, a village, Podosinovets district, Kirov Region Rus OE fyrs «furze, gorse, bramble»

Fursovo, a village, Rybnoye district, Ryazan Region Rus OE fyrs «furze, gorse, bramble»

Fursovo, a village, Sukhinichi district, Kaluga Region Rus OE fyrs «furze, gorse, bramble»

Fursovo, a village, Ulyanovo district, Kaluga Region Rus OE fyrs «furze, gorse, bramble»

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

Geneva, the city Swth OE gean- «counter-», eawan «to show, reveal»

Gignac, a commune, Hérault département, Occitanie region Fr OE geagn»against», gegn «right».

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

Bolshoy Gok, a town, Gorodovikov district, Kalmykia Rus Gok OE hōk "hook".

Bolshoy Gok, a river, lt of the Yegorlyk, lt of the Manych, lt of the Don, Gorodovikov district, Kalmykia Rus Gok OE hōk "hook".

Gostyń, a town, Greater Poland Voivodeship Pol OE gōs “goose”, tūn «settling».

Gostyń, a village, Gmina Świerzno, Kamień County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship Pol OE gōs “goose”, tūn «village, town».

Gostyń, a village, Gmina Gaworzyce, Polkowice County, Lower Silesian Voiv. Pol OE gōs “goose”, tūn «village, town».

Gostyń, a village, Gmina Wyry, Mikołów County, Silesian Voivodeship Pol OE gōs “goose”, tūn «village, town».

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

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

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

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

Haskovo, a city, the administrative centre of the Haskovo Province Bulg OE hassuc «wet grass»

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

Heletyna, a village, Kamianets-Podilskyi district, Khmelnytskyi Region Ukr OE hell «hell», tūn «village».

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

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

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

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

Hopsten, a municipality in the district of Steinfurt, North Rhine-Westphalia, Ger OE hop „a part of land“, tūn «village, town».

Horšovský Týn, a town, Plzeň Region Cz OE tūn «settling, town, village».

Hoteni, a village, Maramureș County Rom OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

Hrezlya, a former village, Poliske district, Kiev Region Ukr OIcl. hrisla (OE hris) «abush”.

Hrezlya, a river, lt of the Uzh River, rt of the Pripyat’ River, rt of the Dnieper Ukr OIcl. hrisla (OE hris) «abush”.

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

Husiatyn, a town, Chemerivtsi district, Khmelnytski Region Ukr OE hyse «a son», «lad», «warrior»; tūn «village»;

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

Irpin’ (Irpen’), a city, Kiev Region Ukr OE ear 1. «lake» or 2. “ground», fenn, “bog, silt”

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

Ivot, a former village, Dubrovka district, Bryansk Region Rus OE ea «river», wæð «ford»;

Ivot, a river, rt of the Desna, lt of the Dnieper Ukr OE ea «river», wæð «ford»;

Ivot, a town, Dyatkovo district, Bryansk Region Rus OE ea «river», wæð «ford»;

Ivot, a village, Shostka district, Sumy Region Ukr OE ea «river», wæð «ford»;

Ivotka, a river, lt of the Desna River, lt of the Dnieper Rus-Ukr OE ea «river», wæð «ford»;

Ivotka, a river, lt of the Desna River, lt of the Dnieper Ukr OE ea «river», wæð «ford»;

Ivotok, a river, lt of the Vetma River, lt of the Desna, lt of the Dnieper Rus OE ea «river», wæð «ford»;

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

Kal’mius, a river flowind into the Sea of Azov Ukr OS meos «swamp, bog», Slav kal «mire, mud»

Kartamysh, a village, Pervomaysk district, Kharkiv Region Ukr OE ceart «wild common land», myscan «to deform»

Kartamysh, old copper mine near the city of Stakhanov, Luhansk Region Ukr OE ceart «wild common land», myscan «to deform»

Kartamysheve, a village, Bilokurakyne dostrict, Luhansk Region Ukr OE ceart «wild common land», myscan «to deform» or AS miscean «to mix».

Kartamyshi, a railway station between Popasna and Debaltsevo, Luhansk Region Ukr OE ceart «wild common land», myscan «to deform»

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

Kartmazovo, a part of the city of Moscow Rus OE ceart «wild common land», māse «name of a small bird’».

Kartmazovo, a village, Bolshoye Murashkino district, Nizhny Novgorod Region Rus OE ceart «wild common land», māse «name of a small bird’».

Kartmazovo, a village, Sudogda district, Vladimir Region Rus OE ceart «wild common land», māse «name of a small bird’».

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

Khodoriv, a town, Zhydachiv district, Lviv Region Ukr OE. fōdor “food, feed”.

Khodoriv, a village, Myronovka district, Kiev Region Ukr OE. fōdor “food, feed”.

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

Khodorkiv, a village, Popelnya district, Zhytomyr Region Ukr OE. hador, “vigorous, brisk”.

Khodory, a village, Radomyshl district, Zhytomyr Region Ukr OE. hador, “vigorous, brisk”.

Khodurky, a village, Novohrad-Volynskyi district, Zhytomyr Region Ukr OE. hador, “vigorous, brisk”.

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

Kholtobino, a village, Novomoskovsr district, Tula Region Rus OE holt «brush-wood», ofen «oven».

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

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

Khotyn, a city in Chernivtsi Region Ukr OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

Khotyn, a village, Berezne district, Rivne Region Ukr OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

Khotyn, a village, Radyvyliv district, Rivne Region Ukr OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

Khotyn, a village, Rivne district and Region Ukr OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

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

Khotynivka, a village, Korosten district, Zhytomyr Region Ukr OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

Khotynivka, a village, Nosivka district, Chernihiv Region Ukr OE heah «high», tūn «village”.

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

Kistrus, a village, Spassk district, Ryazan Region Rus OE cis «gravel», trūs «brush-wood», «dry twigs».

Klevan’, a town, Rivne district and Rgion Ukr OE cliewen «a clew».

Kleven’, a river, rt of the Seym River, lt of the Dnieper Ukr – Rus OE cliewen «a clew».

Kleven’, a town, Sevsk district, Bryansk Region Rus OE cliewen «a clew».

Kleven’, a village, Khomutov district, Kursk Region Rus OE cliewen «a clew».

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

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

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

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

Konotop, a city, Sumy Region Ukr OE cyne- “royal”, topp “summit, top”.

Konotop, a river, lt of the Olisza River, rt of the Oder Pol OE cyne- “royal”, topp “summit, top”.

Konotop, 8 villages in Gmina Kolsko, Nowa Sól County, Lubusz Voivodeship, Gmina Drawno, Choszczno County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Gmina Drawsko Pomorskie, Drawsko County, West Pomeranian (Poland), in Horodnia district, Chernihiv Region, Shepetivka district, Khmelnytsky Region (Ukraine), Ivanava district, Brest Region, Narovlia district, Homel Region (Belarus), in 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 -Pol- OE cyne- “royal”, topp “summit, top”.

Konotopie a village, Gmina Kikół, Lipno County, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voiv. Pol OE cyne- “royal”, topp “summit, top”.

Konotopy (Kanatopy) , a village in Kopyl district within Minsk Region in Belorus Blr OE cyne- “royal”, topp “summit, top”.

Konotopy (Kanatopy), a village, Zhabinka district, Brest Region Blr OE cyne- “royal”, topp “summit, top”.

Konotopy, a village, Sokal district, Liviv Region Ukr OE cyne- “royal”, topp “summit, top”.

Konotopy, locality, Gmina Dorohusk, Chełm County, Lublin Voivodeship Pol OE cyne- “royal”, topp “summit, top”.

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

Korosten’ , a city, Zhytomyr Region Ukr Eng. Cornish care, “rocky ash”, OE. stàn, “stone, rock.”

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

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

Korsiv, a village, Brody district, Lviv Region Ukr OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsun’, a part of the city of Yenakiieve, Donetsk Region Ukr OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsun’, a village, Dorohychyn district, Brest Region Blr OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsun’, a village, Karma district, Gomel Region Blr OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsun’, a village, Verkhovie district, Oryol Region Rus OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsunka, a hamlet, Bielaya Kalitva district, Rostov Region Rus OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsunka, a village, Nova Kakhovka distrikt, Kherson Region Ukr OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsunka, a village, Talne district, Cherkasy Region Ukr OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsun-Shevchenkivskyi, a city, Cherkasy Region Ukr OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsuntsi, a village, Krasnosilka district, Odessa Region Ukr OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsyń, village, Ivanava district, Brest Region Blr OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

Korsyni, a village, Rozhyshche district, Volyn Region Ukr OE cursian «to braid, plait, weave».

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Kyrdany, a village, Ovruch district, Zhytomyr Region Ukr OE cyrten,»beautiful”;

Kyrdany, a village, Tarashcha district, Kiev Region Ukr OE cyrten,»beautiful”;

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

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

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

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

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

Lityn, a town, Vinnytsia Region Ukr OE lietan «to bend».

Lityn, a village, Turiysk district, Volyn Region Ukr OE lietan «to bend».

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

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

Lokca, a village, Námestovo District, Žilina Region Slvk OE locc “lock of hair”

Lyfyne, a village, Lebedyn district, Sumy region Ukr OE līf «life», «stay»

Lyon, a city, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region Fr OE lion «to lend», «to preserve»

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

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

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

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

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

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

Mazyr (Mozyr), a city Blr OE. Maser-feld to N.Gmc. mosurr, «maple»

Mircha, a village, Rodomyshl district, Zhytomyr Region Ukr OE mearce»border»;

Mius, a river flowing into the Sea of Azov Ukr-Rus OE meos «swamp, bog»

Mius, a village, Perevalsk district, Luhansk Region Ukr OE meos «swamp, bog».

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

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

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

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

Mylatyn, a village, Horodok district, Lviv Region Ukr OE myll «dust», tūn «village»;

Mylatyn, a village, Ivanychi district, Volyn Region Ukr OE myll «dust», tūn «village»;

Mylatyn, a village, Ostroh district, Rivne Region Ukr OE myll «dust», tūn «village»;

Myrcha, a village, Borodianka district, Kiev Region Ukr OE mearce»border»;

Myrcha, a village, Velykyi Bereznyi district, Zakarpattia Region Ukr OE mearce»border»;

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

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

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

Nerussa, a river, lt of the Desna River, lt of the Dnieper Rus OE nearu «narrow», sā «lake».

Nerussa, a settlement, Suzemka district, Bryansk Region Rus OE nearu «narrow», sā «lake».

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

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

Obertyn, a village, Tlumach district, Ivano-Frankivsk Region Ukr OE ofer «over», «high», OE tūn «village».

Ocnița-Răzești, a locality, Orhei district Mold OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Ocniţa, a city and the administrative center of Ocniţa District Mold OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

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

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

Olomouc, a city in Moravia Cz OE eola «elk», moc «manure».

Orchovo, a village, Słupca County, Greater Poland Voivodeship – Pol OE orf “cow”.

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

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

Pakul, a village, Chernihiv distruct and Region Ukr OIc pakki «pack”, OE ōl „belt”;

Pakuły, a village, Gmina Radoszyce, Końskie County, Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship Pol OIc pakki «pack”, OE ōl „belt”;

Panenský Týnec, a market town, Ústí nad Labem Region Cz OE tūn «village»

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

Prettin, a town in Wittenberg district, Saxony-Anhalt. Ger OE prætt „trick, craft, art“.

Pripyat’, a river, lt of the Dnieper Ukr-Blr OE frio,»free», frea “lord, god”, pytt, “a hole, pool, source”;

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

Randava, a village, Kranokutsk diatrict, Kharkiv Region Ukr OE ræn «water furrow», deaw «dew»

Raşcov, a village, Camenca district, Mold OE ræscan «to tremble», «to swing», maybe also «to displace»

Rashkiv, a village, Horodenka district, Ivano-Frankivsk Region Ukr OE ræscan «to tremble», «to swing», maybe also «to displace»

Rashkiv, a village, Khotyn district, Chernivtsi Region Ukr OE ræscan «to tremble», «to swing», maybe also «to displace»

Rashkovo, a village, community Botevgrad, Sofia Province Bulg OE ræscan «to tremble», «to swing», maybe also «to displace»

Raška, a town Serb OE ræscan «to tremble», «to swing», maybe also «to displace»

Raškovci, a village in the municipality of Doboj, BaH OE ræscan «to tremble», «to swing», maybe also «to displace»

Raškovice, a village in Frýdek-Místek District, Moravian-Silesian Region, Cz OE ræscan «to tremble», «to swing», maybe also «to displace»

Raškovići, a village, municipality of Goražde BaH OE ræscan «to tremble», «to swing», maybe also «to displace»

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

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

Rohatyn, a town, Ivano-Frankivsk Region Ukr OE ryge «rye», tūn «village»;

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

Romodan, a town, Myrhorod district, Poltava Region Ukr OE rūma „space”, OE dān „humid, humid place”

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

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

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

Ryazan, a city Rus OE rāsian «explore, investigate»

Ryazanovo, a village, Vinogradovsky district, Arkhangelsk Region Rus OE rāsian «explore, investigate»

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

Rykhta, a river, lt of the Trostianytsia River, rt of the Irsha, lt of the Teteriv Ukr OE riht, ryht, “right, direct”;

Rykhta, a village, Vyshhorod district, Kiev Region Ukr OE riht, ryht, “right, direct”;

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

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

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

Saltozero, a town, Pesetsk district, Arkhngelsk Region Rus OE seal «salt»

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

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

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

Senkiv, a viallage, Monastyryska district, Ternopil Region Ukr OE sencan «to sink»

Senkivka, a village, Boryspil district, Kiev Region Ukr OE sencan «to sink»

Senkivka, a village, Horodnia district, Chernihiv Region Ukr OE sencan «to sink»

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

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

Shapran, a village, Novopskov district, Luhansk Region Ukr

OE sceap «sheep», ræn «house»

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

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

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

Sige, a village, municipality Žagubica Serb OE sige ’lowereing, slope»

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

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

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

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

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

Smiach, a river, rt of the Snow River, rt of the Desna Ukr The village of Smiach and the Smiach River, rt. of the Snov, rt. of the Desna River – OE smieć “smoke, steam”.

Smiach, a village, Novhorod-Siverski district, Chernihiv Region Ukr The village of Smiach and the Smiach River, rt. of the Snov, rt. of the Desna River – OE smieć “smoke, steam”.

Smiach, a village, Shchros district, Chernihiv Region Ukr The village of Smiach and the Smiach River, rt. of the Snov, rt. of the Desna River – OE smieć “smoke, steam”.

Smiachka, a river, rt of the Desna Ukr The village of Smiach and the Smiach River, rt. of the Snov, rt. of the Desna River – OE smieć “smoke, steam”.

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

Sozh , a river, lt of The Dnieper – Rus- Blr OE socian “to boil”.

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

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

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

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

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

Strutynka, a village, Ananyiv district, Odessa Region Ukr OE streaw «straw», tūn «settling».

Strutynka, a village, Savran district, Odessa Region Ukr OE streaw «straw», tūn «settling».

Strutynka, a village, Lypovets district, Vinnytsia Region Ukr OE streaw «straw», tūn «settling».

Sudzha (Sugia) a river, rt of the Psel River, lt of the Dnieper Rus OE sugga, sugge «a sparrow”;

Sudzha, a river, rt of the Psel River, lt of the Dnieper Rus OE sugga «sparrow”;

Sudzha, a town, Kursk Region Rus OE sugga, sugge «a sparrow”;

Sulki, a village, Gmina Miastkowo, Łomża County, Podlaskie Voivodeship Pol OE sulh «plough, furrow».

Sulki, a village, Gmina Wierzbno, Węgrów County, Masovian Voivodeship Pol OE sulh «plough, furrow».

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

Sułków, a village, Gmina Baborów, Głubczyce County, Opole Voivodeship Pol OE sulh «plough, furrow»

Sułków, a village, Gmina Góra, Góra County, Lower Silesian Voivodeship Pol OE sulh «plough, furrow»

Sułków, a village, Gmina Krasocin, Włoszczowa County, Świętokrzyskie Voiv. Pol OE sulh «plough, furrow»

Sułków, a village, Gmina Stromiec, Białobrzegi County, Masovian Voivodeship Pol OE sulh «plough, furrow»

Sułków, a village, Gmina Wieliczka, Wieliczka County, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Pol OE sulh «plough, furrow»

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

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

Svirzh, a river, lt of the Dniester Ukr OE swiera «the neck, ravine».

Svirzh, a village, Perenyshlany district, Lviv Region Ukr OE swiera «the neck, ravine».

Svirzh, a river, rt of the Desna River, lt of the Dnieper Ukr OE swiera «the neck, ravine».

Svirzh, a village, Shostka district, Sumy Region Ukr OE swiera «the neck, ravine».

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Tarashcha, a town, Kiev Region Ukr OE đār “here, there”, ǽsc “ash-tree”;

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 Ukr OE tætan «to gladden», «to coddle»

Trosna, a village, the center of the district, Oryol Region Rus OE đrosm «smoke»

Trosna, a village, Schyokino district, Tula Region Rus OE đrosm «smoke»

Trosna, a villagge, Bolkhov district, Oryol Region Rus OE đrosm «smoke»

Trosna, a villagge, Zhukovka district, Bryansk Region Rus OE đrosm «smoke»

Trosna, a villagge, Sukhnichi district, Kaluga Region Rus OE đrosm «smoke»

Trosna, a river, lt of the Oka River, rt of the Volga Rus OE đrosm «smoke»

Tulceam a city in Dobrogea Rom OE tulge «strong, solid»

Tulchin, a town, Vinnytsia Region Ukr OE tulge «strong, firm».

Týn nad Bečvou, a village, Přerov District, Olomouc Region Cz Czech name týn «walled or fenced place» is loan-wird from OE tūn «village»

Týn nad Vltavou, a town, South Bohemian Region Cz Czech name týn «walled or fenced place» is loan-wird from OE tūn «village»

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

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

Ushomyr, a village, Korosten district, Zhytomyr Region Ukr OE. æsce «ash-tree», mære “border”

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

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

Varna, a city Bulg OE wearnian «warn, be careful»

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

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

Vergulivka, a settlement, Bryanka district, Luhansk Regiom Ukr Vergulivka (Ukrainian: Verhulivka), a vilage in Perevalsk district, Luhansk Region – OE wergulu «nettle».

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

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

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

Vikno, a village, Zastavna district, Chernivtsi Region Ukr OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Vikno, a village, Horodenka district, Ivano-Frankivsk Region Ukr OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Vikno, a village, Husiatyn district, Ternopil Region Ukr OE āc «oak», -en the suffix of adjective

Vinkovci, a town, Vinnytsia Region Ukr OE wincian «wink»

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

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

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

Vutebet’, a river, lt of the river Zhyzdra, rt of the Oka River Rus OE wid(e), bedd «bed, river-bed».

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

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

Wettin, a town in Saxony-Anhalt Ger OE wæt «moist, rainy, liquid», tūn «village, town».

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

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

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

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

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

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

Yurlovo, a village joined to Moscow Rus OE eorl (old Norse jarl) – «noble man, warrior»

Yurlovo, a village, Solnechnogorsk district, Moscow Region Rus OE eorl (old Norse jarl) – «noble man, warrior»

Yurlovo, a village, Mozhaysk district, Moscow Region Rus OE eorl (old Norse jarl) – «noble man, warrior»

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

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

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

Zherev, a river, lt of the Uzh River, rt of the Prityat Ukr OE.gierwan «to boil” or «to decorate”

Zherev, a village, Narodychi distruct, Zhytomyr Region Ukr OE.gierwan «to boil” or «to decorate”

Zhereva, a river, rt of the Teteriv, lt of the Dnieper Ukr OE gierwan «to boil” or «to decorate”

Zherevа, a village, Ivankiv district, Kiev Region Ukr OE gierwan «to boil” or «to decorate”

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

Zhytomyr, a city Ukr OE scytta, «protection» and O.Eng mære “border»

Zin’kiv, a city, Poltava Region Ukr OE sencan, sincan “sink”.

Zin’kiv, a village, Win’kiwtsi district, Khmelnytsyi Region Ukr OE sencan, sincan “sink”.

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