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Romanian exonyms

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Below is list of exonyms of Romanian language, or exonym-words for places outside Romania and Republic of Moldova. Most of them shall keep the original writing, unless not using Latin alphabet:

Contents

Albania

  • Voskopojë Moscopolea
  • Korçë Curceauă
  • Gjirokastër Liurocastru
  • Shkodër Scutari
  • Austria

  • Wien Viena
  • Bulgaria

  • Vidin Diiu (obsolete)
  • Bregovo Bregova (obsolete)
  • Dobrich Bazargic (obsolete)
  • Gamzovo Gâmzova, Gânzova
  • Kosovo, Vidin Province Cosova
  • Kudelin Racoviţa
  • Mayor Uzunovo Alvadgii
  • Nikopol Nicopole (obsolete)
  • Novo Selo, Vidin Province Novosăl
  • Oryahovo Rahova (obsolete)
  • Pleven Plevna (obsolete)
  • Rabrovo Rabova
  • Rousse Rusciuc (obsolete)
  • Svishtov Şiştova (obsolete)
  • Vrav Vârf
  • Gomotartsi Gumatariti
  • Smurdan Smârdan
  • Cyprus

  • Cyprus Cipru
  • Ammochostos-Gazimağusa Famagusta
  • Lefkosia-Lefkoşa Nicosia
  • Croatia

  • Croatia Croaţia
  • Bale Vale
  • Brdo Bârdo
  • Cattun Cǎtun
  • Cicerani Cicerani
  • Dubrovnik Raguza (obsolete)
  • Grobnik Grobnic
  • Jesenovik Sucodru
  • Kostrčani Costârcean
  • Krk Veglia
  • Letaj Letai
  • Negri Negri
  • Nova Vas Noselo
  • Perasi Perasi
  • Pula Pola
  • Romanija Romania
  • Rumeni Români
  • Škopljak Scopliac
  • Šušnjevica Susnieviţa
  • Vlahi Vlahi
  • Vlašca Vlaşca
  • Žejane Jeiǎn
  • Czech Republic

  • Czech Republic Cehia
  • Valašská Bystřice Bistriţa Română
  • Valašské Klobouky Pălăriile
  • Valašské Meziříčí Mezeriş (Mezerişul Român)
  • Rusava Rusava
  • Brumov-Bylnice Bilniţa Brună
  • Frenštát pod Radhoštěm
  • Jarcová Iarcova
  • Rožnov pod Radhoštěm
  • Bystřička Bistriţa Moravă
  • Hranice Hraniţe
  • Praha Praga
  • Counties (județe)

  • Moravian Wallachia Vlahia Moravă
  • Denmark

  • Denmark Danemarca
  • København Copenhaga
  • Estonia

  • Tallinn Talin
  • France

  • France Franţa
  • Marseille Marsilia
  • Nice Nisa
  • Germany

  • Germany Germania
  • Bremen Brema
  • Dresden Dresda
  • Hannover Hanovra
  • Köln Colonia (obsolete)
  • Konstanz Constanţa
  • Leipzig Lipsca (obsolete)
  • Greece

  • Greece Grecia
  • Almopia Nânta
  • Archanghelos Oşani
  • Athina Atena
  • Kerkyra Corfu
  • Crete Creta
  • Ioannina Ianina
  • Karpi Ţărnareca
  • Koupa Cupa
  • Lagkadia Lugunţa
  • Metsovo Aminciu
  • Piraefs Pireu
  • Perikleia Birislav
  • Perivoli Perivoli
  • Skra Liumniţa
  • Thessaloniki Salonic | Sărună (very rare)
  • Counties (județe)

  • Great Wallachia Vlahia Mare
  • See Megleno-Romanian exonyms

    Hungary

  • Hungary Ungaria
  • Counties (județe)

  • Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg Săbolciu
  • Hajdú-Bihar Biharia
  • Békés Bichiș
  • Csongrád Cion
  • Israel

  • Bethlehem Betleem, Viflaim (obsolete)
  • Caesarea Cezarea
  • Ieruşalaim în ebraică, Jerusalem în engleză: Ierusalim
  • Lod Lida (obsolete)
  • Nazareth Nazaret
  • Italy

  • Italy Italia
  • Firenze Florenţa
  • Venezia Veneţia
  • Jordan

  • Jordan Iordania
  • Latvia

  • Latvia Letonia
  • Lithuania

  • Lithuania Lituania
  • Macedonia

  • Bitola Bituli, Bitolia
  • Burgaraca Itadava
  • Kruševo Cruşuva (Aromanian), Crușova
  • Ohrid Ohrida
  • Skopje Scopia (obsolete)
  • Counties (județe)

    See Megleno-Romanian exonyms

    Montenegro

  • Munte Negru
  • Podgorica Podgoriţa
  • Netherlands

  • Netherlands Ţările de Jos, Olanda (informal)
  • Den Haag Haga
  • Friesland Frizia
  • Poland

  • Polska Polonia
  • Kalisz Setidava
  • Gdańsk Gedania
  • Kraków Cracovia
  • Poznań Posnania
  • Przemyśl Peremislia
  • Rzeszów Resovia
  • Tarnów Tarnovia
  • Toruń Turnu
  • Warszawa Varşovia
  • Wrocław Breslavia, Vratislavia (rar)
  • lands:

  • Galicja Galiţia, Halici
  • Kaszuby Caşubia, Pomerelia
  • Kujawy Cuiavia
  • Małopolska Polonia Mică
  • Mazowsze Mazovia
  • Mazury Mazuria
  • Podlaskie Podlasia
  • Podole Podolia
  • Polesie Polesia
  • Pomorze Pomerania, Pomoria
  • Pomorze Wschodnie Pomerelia
  • Śląsk Silezia
  • Warmia Varmia
  • Wielkopolska Polonia Mare
  • Wołyń Volinia
  • rivers:

  • Wisła Vistula
  • Warta Varta
  • Portugal

  • Portugal Portugalia
  • Lisboa Lisabona
  • Russia

  • Russia Rusia
  • Moskva Moscova, Moscu (obsolete)
  • Sankt Peterburg Sankt Petersburg
  • Voivodina

    For the places in Vojvodina :

    Valea Timocului

    For the places in Valea Timocului or other parts of Serbia:

  • Beograd Belgrad
  • Vojvodina Voivodina
  • Bor Bor
  • Bela Palanka Aiadava
  • Brnjica Bârniţa
  • Despotovac Despotovăţ
  • Golubac (Timoc) Golubǎţ, Golumbei, Columbaci
  • Jelašnica Ielaşniţa
  • Kladovo Claudia
  • Lješnica Leşniţa
  • Melnica Melniţa
  • Negotin Nigocin (Negotin)
  • Niš Niş
  • Petrovac Petrovăţ
  • Pozarevac Podu Lung or Pojarevăţ
  • Pančevo (Vojvodina) Panciova
  • Ranovac Ranovǎţ
  • Repušnica Repuşniţa
  • Šarbanovac Şarbanovǎţ
  • Smederevo Semendria
  • Topolovnik Topolovnic
  • Velika Plana Plana Mare
  • Veliko Gradište Grădiştea Mare
  • Vršac (Vojvodina) Vârşeţ
  • Zagubica Jagubiţa
  • Zaječar Zaicear, Zăiceri/Zăii-cer (archaic)
  • Counties (județe)

  • Pomoravlje District Morava
  • Podunavlje District Semendria
  • Zaječar District Zăiceri
  • Braničevo District Braniceva
  • Slovakia

  • Slovakia Slovacia
  • Bratislava Pojon (obsolete)
  • Košice Caşovia (obsolete)
  • Lukov Dorna
  • Veľké Kapušany Cäpuşanii Mari
  • Zemplín Susudava
  • Trnava Tarnava
  • Switzerland

  • Switzerland Elveţia
  • Bern Berna
  • Genève Geneva
  • Luzern Lucerna
  • Syria

  • Syria Siria
  • Damascus Damasc
  • Aleppo Alep
  • Turkey

  • Turkey Turcia
  • Edirne Adrianopol (obsolete)
  • Istanbul Constantinopol (obsolete), Ţarigrad (obsolete/Slavonic "City of Emperors"), Stambul (slang)
  • Kırklareli Salmidesia (from Latin 'Salmydessus')
  • Iznik Niceea (obsolete)
  • Ukraine

    For the places in Ukraine :

  • Ukraine Ucraina
  • Zaporozhye Zaporojia
  • Volodymyr-Volynskyi Volodîmîr-Volînskîi
  • Bucovina de Nord, Hotinul and Pocuţia

  • Bila Krynytsya Fântâna Albă
  • Boiany Boian
  • Chernivtsi Cernăuţi
  • Chornivka Cernăuca
  • Chotyn Hotin
  • Hertsa Herţa
  • Hlyboka Adâncata
  • Kitsman Cozmeni/Cosmini
  • Kolomyia Colomeea
  • Krasnoilsk Crasna-Ilschi
  • Kuty Cuturi
  • Novoselytsia Suliţa Nouă
  • Sokyriany Târgu Secureni
  • Storozhynets Storojineţ
  • Vashkivtsi Văşcăuţi
  • Voloka Voloca
  • Vyzhnytsia Vijniţa
  • Maramureșul de Nord

  • Berehove Bereg
  • Dubove Dâmbu
  • Khust Hust
  • Mukachevo Muncaciu
  • Rakhiv Rahău
  • Solotvyno Slatina, Ocna Slatina
  • Tiachiv Teceu Mare
  • Vinogradiv Seleuşu Mare
  • Bugonistria (Transnistria Mare)

  • Kamianets-Podilskyi Cameniţa
  • Podilsk Birzula
  • Mohyliv-Podilskyi Moghilău
  • Ananyiv Nani
  • Kodyma Codâma
  • Ochakiv Cetatea Neagră, Oceacov
  • Balta Balta
  • Other cities

  • Chornobyl Cernobîl (although it should have been Cernobâl, according to the Romanian phonology)
  • United Kingdom

  • Great Britain Marea Britanie
  • England Anglia
  • Scotland Scoţia
  • Wales Ţara Galilor
  • Northern Ireland Irlanda de Nord
  • Thames Tamisa
  • London Londra
  • References

    Romanian exonyms Wikipedia


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