List of city names in various languages

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English name Other names or former names
Akvo Äkvo (Änusian), Äkvonko (Laekkish), Acòvea (Edetanese), Ekwen (Elteni), Akvo/Uꝛѡo (Everian)
Alnisi Alnisyi (Hyldian), Alnisa/Aʌни́сa (Romanish), Alnéziî (Antharian), Alnézy (Drabantian), Alnisi (Maurit), Allnäß (Pollonian), Alnes (Beha), Alnisyj (Shilesian), Alnisa (Castellanese), Älnýsiée (Änusian), Alnesea (Edetanese)', Alnucja (Elteni), Alnisi/Uɾꭋıƞı (Everian)
Aludres Àludrés / Uɾoϻcɛꭋ (Everian), Aludreş (Turquese), Aludres (Castellanese)
Arnamun Arnemouan (Sathrian), Arnămun/Aрнъмꙋ́н (Romanish), Aremos (Eganian), Arnamon (Drabantian, Hyldian), Ârnámê (Antharian), Arnamäis (Pollonian), Arnamōn (Shilesian), Äarnáamunk (Änusian), Arnamunea (Edetanese), Arnmoein (Elteni), Arnamun/Ucꭋᴜᴦϙꭋ (Everian)
Bărădin (Ingerish: Barodyn) Bărădin/Бъръди́н (Romanish), Barodyne (Franquese), Borodyň (Drabantian) Baradenım (Turquese), Borodina (Maurit), Baradyn (Litvanian), Waradein (Kalmish), Baradin (Mallyorian), Bardynn (Eshen), Beredan/Иɛcɛϻᴜꭋ (Everian), Barŏdyń (Shilesian), Baryadïnsk (Änusian), Bardinsk (Elteni)
Beaudry Bódri / Иoϻcı (Everian)
Billrott Belarod (Roantian), Belarod/Бєʌaрѡ́д (Romanish), Bellord (Sathrian), Billrodd (Zylandian), Bellrots (Hyldian), Bîlród (Antharian), Bělerad (Drabantian), Bielovar (Litvanian), Bellaroth (Pollonian), Bilrōt (Shilesian), Vjilyerott (Änusian), Bielrott (Elteni), Vilrot/Ѡıɾcoɹ (Everian)
Bruzari (Ingerish Bruszar) Bruzari/Брꙋзáрй (Romanish), Brouzaire (Franquese), Březno (Drabantian), Brausen (Pollonian), Brâsárê (Antharian), Bruzar (Mallyorian), Brŏzar (Shilesian), Bruzario (Castellanese), Vrutczaré (Änusian), Bruckzarn (Elteni), Bruzària (Maurit), Bruzar/Иcϙzᴜc (Everian)
Carran Carron (Franquese), Karen (Kalmish, Maurit), Manatjup (Eus), Karŏn (Shilesian), Karrann (Elteni), Karan/Ꝛᴜcᴜꭋ (Everian)
Crohn Koronya Oyemanda (Sathrian), Krân/Крѫ́н (Romanish), Kalimê Kori (Eganian), Korona (Hyldian), Króniî (Antharian), Króny (Drabantian, Litvanian), Krohn (Pollonian), Krun (Mallyorian), Crun (Beha), Krŏn (Shilesian), Corona (Castellanese), Kruhn (Elteni), Qrònia (Maurit), Keron/Ꝛɛcoꭋ (Everian)
Edetanea Edetanea (Edetanese, Maurit), Edetaniczy (Elteni), Edetanea/Ɛϻɛɹᴜꭋɛᴜ (Everian)
Firen Fyrren (Eshen), Fuen (Castellanese, Florescentian), Feuen (Franquese), Furre (Maurit), Firen/Ꞇıcɛꭋ (Everian)
Fortuna Fortuna (Ispelian, Maurit), Delloro (archaic), Nieruchomość (Elteni), Fortunaó/Ꞇocɹϙꭋᴜó (Everian)
Gerrise Jeris (Etallic), Jerrys (Ingerish - archaic), Gearisa/Џѣри́сa (Romanish), Jâríz (Antharian), Jaritz (Pollonian), Jarese (Sandrin), Jories (Torian), Gerizã (Shilesian), Ʒariza (Maurit), Góriczy (Elteni), Geriza/Ⱶɛcızᴜ (Everian)
Gobras City Gobérash Ciétie (Native Gobrassian), Gobras/Гѡ́брaс (Romanish), Vîtéê Gôbrásiî (Antharian), Qolna Gobrassanya (Maurit), Gabbrasstadt (Pollonian), Gobras (Drabantian, Mallyorian, Shilesian) Ciudad de Gobras (Castellanese), Miasto Gobraczsz (Elteni) Gobräs Städ (Eäßnordælåndic), Situ Gobrazi/Ƞıɹϙ Ⱶoиcᴜzı (Everian), Jana li Gobrasz (Dematína)
Herlenz Herlentiya (Sathrian), Herlanța/Хєрʌáнцa (Romanish), Yerlentza (Roantian), Herlensa (Hyldian), Êrlénciî (Antharian), Herálec (Drabantian), Herlencia (Castellanese), Harlantz (Pollonian), Herlynz (Shilesian), Herlencia (Maurit), Erlenza/Ɛcɾɛꭋzᴜ (Everian)
Holme Reo ut Vors (Beha), Holmy (Drabantian), Olma/Ѡ́ʌмa (Romanish), Hôlmè (Antharian), Holmen (Pollonian), Rea Vors (Etallic), Olma (Sandrin, Castellanese), Re Avors (Torian), Holmã (Shilesia), Reuvors (Maurit), Olme/Oҁᴦɛ (Everian)
Inuarfik Øken (New Scandic), Oken/Oꝛɛꭋ (Everian)
Iola Iola (Maurit), Yol or Yol Maurrais (Franquese), Yola (Castellanese, Pollonian), Ïola/Ïѡ́ʌa (Romanish), Hûól (Antharian), Jol (Drabantian), Yulla (Eshen), Jŏlã (Shilesian), Iola/Ioɾᴜ (Everian)
Iqosa Icósia (Castellanese), Ikosi (Eganian), Icosse (Franquese), Icossia (Ingerish), Ikossen (Kalmish)
Jankovar Yancóbar (Castellanese), Ïancăoara/Ïaнкъѡáрa (Romanish), Áncûbar (Antharian), Jankoburg (Pollonian), Jankovec (Drabantian), Jankŏwar (Shilesian), Yankovar/Ɥᴜꭋꝛoѡᴜc (Everian)
Karixon (Ingerish: Karicho) Eskeriso (Eganian), Karihïa/Кaри́хѧ (Romanish), Kârîsè (Antharian), Karicho (Drabantian), Carrachón (Castellanese), Karxo (Maurit), Kärricho (Pollonian), Karics (Beha), Karichõ (Shilesian), Karicho/Ꝛᴜcıɔo (Everian)
Khaiwoon Kaïwoon (Ataraxian), Kaïuan/Кaйꙋ̆áн (Romanish), Qaivoun (Sathrian), Xhayvuna (Roantian), Eskejvo (Eganian), Kaevon (Hyldian), Kâión (Antharian), Kajvan (Drabantian), Kawu (Maurit), Kajvún (Litvanian), Cabón (Castellanese), Chaiwohn (Pollonian), Kajvun (Mallyorian), Kairun (Beha), Kajwŏn (Shilesian), Kaivon/Ꝛᴜıѡoꭋ (Everian), Xaicúní (Dematína)
Køby (Ingerish: Kobia) Kobeszy (Uzkeshian), Koba/Ꝛoиᴜ (Everian)
Laski Lăschiu/Ʌъскю́ (Romanish), Laski (Eganian, Shilesian), Läßke (Pollonian), Lèsque (Franquese), Láskê (Antharian), Laskov (Drabantian), Laxi (Maurit), Laski/Ҁᴜƞꝛı (Everian)
Latina (Cidudad) Zagron Lateneada (Sathrian), Latina-Oraș/Ʌaти́нa-Ѡрaш (Romanish), Zhexham nu Latinya (Roantian), Lati (Eganian), Ciduden Latina (Hyldian), Vîtéê Lâtíniî (Antharian), Latina City (Drabantian), Qolnas Latinai or Qolna Latina (Maurit, official/unofficial), Lateinstadt (Pollonian), Reo ut Lata (Beha), Miasto Latyna (Shilesian), Situ Latina/Ƞıɹϙ Ҁᴜɹıꭋᴜ (Everian), Jana li Latínísz (Dematína)
Ligota Ellgoth (Welsisch, Pollonian), Ligoal (Palaseskian), Elgota/Єʌгѡ́ѳa (Romanish), Ēlgód (Antharian), Lihota (Drabantian, Litvanian), Elgoṭa (Maurit), Licote (Beha), Ligota/Ҁıⱶoɹᴜ (Everian)
Loravia Lorvau (Gærman, Swaldish), Lorave (Franquese), Lorava/Ʌѡрáвa (Romanish), Lôrábê (Antharian), Lorrau (Pollonian), Lorava (Drabantian, Maurit), Lorawã (Shilesian), Lorva/Ҁocѡᴜ (Everian)
Mendau Amandoa (Sathrian, Maurit), Amandua/Aмáндꙋ̆a (Romanish), Emeda (Eganian, Hyldian), Mândóciî (Antharian), Mendava (Drabantian, Litvanian), Amandäis (Pollonian), Menda/Γɛꭋϻᴜ (Everian)
Milaukáshka Milóecasquae Ciétie (Native Gobrassian), Milocești/Миʌѡчє́ш̩й (Romanish), Mîlkûscè (Antharian), Meilkaschka (Pollonian), Mühleichenbach (Gærman), Milakeš (Drabantian), Milōwicy (Shilesian), Milukeza/Γıҁϙꝛɛzᴜ (Everian)
Molburg Mollenbrücke (Gærman, Swaldish), Molébor (Franquese), Molemburgo (Castellanese), Molembruk/Мѡ́ʌємбрꙋк (Romanish), Malûpâlà (Antharian), Mollburg (Pollonian), Melehrad (Drabantian), Mōliborz (Shilesian), Molores/Γoҁocɛƞ (Everian), Moloí (Dematína)
Mutstat Münderstadt (Gaerman/Kalmish), Mutiztat (Dematína)
Nădrăcin (Ingerish: Nadrocyn) Nădrăcin/Нъдръчи́н (Romanish), Nätzen (Gærman), Nadrocyne (Franquese), Nädratzin (Pollonian), Nâdrágên (Antharian), Nadratín (Drabantian), Nadrŏczyn (Shilesian), Nadroza (Maurit), Nadrosin/Ꞁᴜϻcoƞıꭋ (Everian), Najrózinut (Dematína)
Ncakjanat pronounced in Ingerish as /nwɑːʔt͡ʃɑnɑt/ Ncakjanat (Dematína), Nwachana (Ingerish), Navajanse (Franquese), Nuadesan/Ꞁϙᴜϻɛƞᴜꭋ (Everian)
Nerschach Neriztaqa (Sathrian), Nearșak/Нѣ́ршaк (Romanish), Nershaxh (Roantian), Nerja (Hyldian, Eganian, Castellanese), Nârsék (Antharian), Nerže (Drabantian), Nerženy (Litvanian), Närschach (Pollonian), Nyrszah (Shilesian), Nerxaqe (Maurit), Nerskaů (Ree)
New Tyrrin Noy Tyrrin (Eshen), Neutyrrin (Gaerman), Turina Nouă/Тꙋри́нa Нѡ́ꙋъ (Romanish), Nóvuû Tûrínê (Antharian), Neuturin (Pollonian), Nowy Tyrin (Shilesian), Nueva Tyrrin (Castellanese), Nova Tyrrém (Florescentian), Turuna Exyi (Maurit)
Nikkeltown Nikolovac (Mallyorian), Niculești de Malorea/Никꙋʌє́ш̩й дє Мaʌѡ́рѣ (Romanish), Nicûlóvcê (Antharian), Niklasmarkt auf Majore (Pollonian), Nikōlowicy (Shilesian), Nikulov (Drabantian), Nikelovqa (Maurit)
Northriver Nortryvaar (Eshen, Gaerman), Ríonorte (Castellanese), Rionorte (Florescentian), Rivièreunord (Franquese)
Odrava Odrava (Drabantian, Maurit), Odrau (Kalmish), Odrava/Ѡдрáвa (Romantish), Ādrábê (Antharian), Ôdrawa (Shilesian)
Pern Perne (Ataraxian, Maurit), Parna/Пáрнa (Romanish), Perona (Roantian, Hyldian), Peroun (Drabantian, Sathrian), Pêréniî (Antharian), Pernáva (Litvanian), Pärn (Pollonian), Pyrn (Shilesian)
Salda Salda (Castellanese, Ingerish, Maurit), Salde (Franquese), Saldyň (Drabantian, Litvanian), Zalda/Зáʌдa (Romanish), Sáldî (Antharian), Saldt (Pollonian), Zalda (Shilesian)
Säntjana Citte Sante Gaimea (Romans), Sântana/Сѫнтáнa (Romanish), Sjetianos (Eganian), Gaemea anunsa (Hyldian), Sântiénê (Antharian), Svatý Jan (Drabantian), Svetojána (Litvanian), Sansu-Ioanna [ak-Karolia] (Maurit), Santa Juana (Castellanese), Sankt Johanna (Pollonian), Santana (Beha), Zyntjanã (Shilesian)
Saviso Saveš (Drabantian), Saes (Etallic), Săviș/Съви́ш (Antharian), Sábêz (Antharian), Sawitz (Pollonian), Saves (Sandrin), Saviso (Maurit, Torian), Sawiso (Shilesian), Kabi Beddik-Beddik (Eus)
Seniqe Cénica (Castellanese), Ciniq (Franquese), Seniqeya (Maurit)
Sens Terdău/Тєрдъ́ꙋ̆ (Romanish), Sens (Franquese), Tärdorf (Pollonian), Túrdê (Antharian), Tvrdava (Drabantian), Tardōrf (Shilesian)
Sinzhafen Santiyaga (Sathrian), Portul Simcea/Пѡ́ртꙋʌ Си́мчѣ (Romanish), Syndhobn (Zylandian), Sinsnavyi (Hyldian), Sânzévîciî (Antharian), Zaněbřež (Drabantian), Sänzhafen (Pollonian), Sinhawyna (Shilesian)
Tarott Tarotte (Ataraxian), Tarod/Тaрѡ́д (Romanish), Tayrod (Roantian), Tharotes (Sathrian), Trod (Zylandian), Tarot (Drabantian, Eganian, Litvanian), Târótû (Antharian), Tarotta (Hyldian), Tarto (Maurit), Tarrodt (Pollonian), Tarit (Beha), Tarōt (Shilesian)
Tilia Tilia (Hyldian, Maurit), Tilïa/Ти́ʌѧ (Romanish), Tîlíiê (Antharian), Týlie (Drabantian), Týliáva (Litvanian), Tiehl (Pollonian), Tyljõ (Shilesian)
Trevers Trevrès (Franquese), Teversa (Maurit), Travari/Трaвáрй (Romanish), Trêbérî (Antharian), Träben (Pollonian), Trévry (Drabantian), Trave (Beha), Trywers (Shilesian), Treverś (Paxlinga), Trouwec (Elteni)
Vlăsia (Ingerish: Valessa) Vlăsia/Вʌъсíѧ (Romanish), Valesse (Franquese), Valesi (Eganian), Balesi (Maurit), Valcešť (Drabantian), Valčestí (Litvanian), Wultsch (Kalmish), Valses (Beha), Walczyść (Shilesian, Elteni)
Yasheu Yasqueou (Sathrian), Ïanșeu/Ѩншє́ꙋ̆ (Romanish), Jashø (Zylandian), Jaxē (Eganian), Yajion (Hyldian), Iânsò (Antharian), Jašeje (Drabantian, Litvanian), Axu (Maurit), Janschau (Pollonian), Jaszyn (Shilesian), Iashu (Oxhenaio), Yasyú (Dematína)