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Bal-a-s6re'

Bal'?t-ton

Bal'bec, or Bal-bec'

Bile (bal)

Bal-e-ar'ic

Bal-i'u-rosh'

Ba-lize'

Bal-kan'

Bal-li-na'

Bal-Ii-na-sl6e'

Bam-bouk'

Bam-j-an'

Bam-ma-ko6'

Ba-naf'

Ban-cal'la-ry

Ban-cout'

Banff (bamf)

Ban-kok'

Bapaiime (ba-pom')

Bar'a-ba

Bar-a-c6'a

Ba-raiche'

Bjr-ba'doe^



Bar-ce-l5'na
Ba-rei'l'ly (bj-ra'le)
Ba-ri'ta
Bar-le-duc'
Ba-roach'
Ba-r5'da

Bar'o-metz (-mets)
Barraux (bar-r5')
Barrages (bar-

razh')
Ba'^el
Bas-man'
Basques (b^sk)
Bas-sa'no
Basse Terre'
Bas'so-ra, or

B^s-so'rai
Bas-tan'
Bas-ti'51

Bastogne (bas-ton')
Bath

Bat-is-din'
Baton Rouge (ba-

tn-rozh')
Battagha (bat-tal'-
Bat-ti-c§i-lo'a [y^)
Bausset (bo'sa)
Bautzen (bbut'sen)
Baux (bo)
Bay-8-zid'
Bayeux (ba-yu')
Ba-yonne'
Bay'ou (bi'6)
Bay'reuth (bi'rot)
Baz-tan'
Bea'min-ster
Beam (ba-arn')
Beaucaire (bo kar')
Beau'fbrt (S. C.)
Beau'ley (bo'le)
Beau-ma'fis (bo-)
Beaune (bon)
Beauvais (bo va')
Bec'cle§ (bek'klz)
Bed-nore'
Bed-ou-in^'
Bed-o-ween'
Beira (ba'e-ra)
Bei'rout, (or ba'roti
Beith

Beja (ba-zha')
Be-ja-p6ur'
Be-16d'-el-Je-rid'
Belfort (bel-for')
Bel-grade'
Belle-tbn-taine'
Belle-ftnte'
Bel-lin-zo'nJi
Bel-lti'no
Be-loo-chjs-tan'
Be'lur-lSg



366



MODEKl^ GEOGRAPHICAL NAMi^.



Bel-vi-dere'

Belvoir (be'Vur)

Be-na'i"e?

Ben-c66'len

Bend-e-mir'

Ben-e- ven'to

Ben-gal'

Ben-ga'zi

Ben-gue'igi (-ga'-)

Benin'

Ben-i-suef

Ben-Lo'mond

Ben-sa'lem

Bin^'heim

Bentevoglio (ben-

te-vol'yo)
Ben'tiieim (-tim)
Be-rar'
Be-i^t'
Ber-bice'
Ber-e-zi'n?i
Ber-e-zoP
Ber'g^t-mo
BerS'en
Berg'en-huus
Ber-h?im-p6re'
Berlin', or Ber'ljn
Ber-rau'd5i§
.B4r'ri-en
Ber-tie'
Bgr'wick, {or ber'-

rik)
Besan^on (ba-

zang'song')
Bes-sa-ra'bi-si
Be-thab'si-rgi
Bith'le-hem
Bev-e-ren'
Bexair (ba-har')
Beyra (ba'e-ra)
Bey'root

Bhaf.-gong' (bat-)
Bhurt-pore' ,
Bj-al'ys-tokj or

Bt-a-lys'tok
Bid-as-so'a
Biel'e-leld (-felt)
Biel'go-rod, or

Bi-el-go-rod'
Bil-ba'o
Bil-bo'a

Bll-e-dul'|e-rid
Bil'ler-i-cai "
Bin-ga'zi
Bing'en
Bing'iiam-ton
Bi'o-bi-6
Bir'niing-ham
Bls-na-gAr'
Bjs-sa'gof
Bis'ti-neau (-n5)



Blank'en-burg
Blech'jng-ley
Blel'berg
Blen'heim, or

Blen'hejm
Blois (blwa)
Bocage (bo-kazh')
B5'den-see'
Boeuf (biif)
Boglio (bSl'yo)
Bog-li-p6re'
Bo-go-ta'
Boh'mer-wald
Bois-le-Duc (bwa-

le-duk')
Bok-ha'r§i
Bol-bec'
Bo-li'var, or

Bol'i-var fya)
Bologna (bg-Ion'-
Bol-se'na (-sa'-)
Bol'so-ver
Bol-za'no
Bo'mar-sund
B6m-bay'
Bo-niir'
Bo-na-ven-tu'r?L
Bon-dou'
B9-ness'

Bon-i-fa'cio (-cho)
Bo-nin'
Boo-tan'
Bo-paul'

B5r-deaux' (-do')
Borgne (bbm)
Boru'liolm
Bbr-nou'
Bor-o-di'n5
Bosh-u-an'a|
Bos'na-Se-rai'
B6s'na-Se-ra'jo
Bos'piio-rus
Bot'e-toUrt
Bouillon (b81-

yongO Jya)
Bou-je'iah (bo-ja'-
Boulogne (bo-lon')
Bour-deaux' (-do')
Bourges (borzh)
Bou-ton'

Bo vines (bo-ven')
Bow'doin (b5'dn)
Bo-ya'ca
Bra'hi-low
Brah'ma-poo'tTEi
Brazil'"
Brsi-z5'ri-a
Bi^z'os

Brazza (brSLt'sa)
Bread^l'bane
Brg'dai, or Bre-da'



Breg'entz (-ents)
Brei'^ach
Bre-neau' (bre-no')
Bris'cia (bresh'a)
Bres'lau

Bretagne (bre-tan')
Brian^on(bre-ang'-

song')
Brl-ire'
Brieg (breg)
Briel
Bri-enne'
Brt-entz' (-ents')
Bri-eux' (bre-u')
Brigh'ton (bri'tn)
Brln'di-si
Bri-oude'
Bris'agh

Bris'gau (bris'goG)
Broek (bruk)
Brom'ley
Brdmp'ton
Br6n'do-l5
Brough (briif)
Brugh'sal
Bru'|e§
Brtihl (brul)
Brunn
Brus'self
Brzesc (zesk)
Bugh'an
Bu-gha-rest'
Bu-cha'ri-a
Budf^weis
Bue-niire' (bwa-

n4r')
Bue-na-ven-tu'r^

(bwa)
Buenos Ayres

(bwa'nos-i'res,

or bo'nos-ir'ez)
Builth Cbilth)
Bu-ja-lan'ce
Buk-hi'ri-?i'
Bu'lach
Btllkh
Bun' combe (bung'-

kum)
Bun-del-cfind'
Buntz'lau, {or

bunts'lou)
Bur-ham-pour'
Bur-ram-poo' ter
Bury (ber'e)
Bu-sa'c6
Bu-shire'
But'ter-mere
Bu-tr|n-to', or

Bu-trin'to

By-ra'ghur, or

By-rai-gHur'



C.



Cab'ell
Ca-bul', or

Ca-boul'
Ca-bu-ljs-tan'
Caceres (ka'th^i-
Ca-do're (-ra) [re3>
Ca'en, (or king)
Caer-le'on
Caer-mar'then
Caer-nar'von
Caer-phil'ly
Caf fre? (kaf ferz)
Caf-i-ris-tan'
Cagiiari (kal'ya-re)
Ca'hir, {or kir)
Ca-h66§'

Cahors (ka-hbr')
Cai'cos (kl'kos)
Cairn-gbrm'
Gai'ro (Egypt)
Cai'ro (U. S.)
Cal-^-bar^
Cal-a-hor'ra
Cal'ais (kai'is)
Cal-a-ma'ta
Cal-ai-mi-a'ne§
Cal-a-t9-yud'
Cal-a-tra'v9
Cal-ai-ve'r9f (-va'-)
Cal'ca-sieu (-sho)
Cai'der
Cal'en-berg
Cal-la'o, {or k^il-

ya'o)
Cal-la-p6o'yai
Calne (kawn)
Cal-ta-^i-r5'ne
Cal-va'dos
Cal'vert
Ca-man'che
Cam-9-r6'nes
C&m-b?-hee'
Cam-bay'
Cam-b5'di-ai
Cam-bo|e'
Cam'bray, or

Cam-bray'
Cam'brid*e
Campagna(kam-

pan'ya)
Camp'bell (kam'-
Cam-peach'y [ei)
Can-a-jo-Mr'ie
Can-an-dai'guai
Can-a-nore'
Ca-na'ra, or

Can'a-ra
C8i-na'rie§
Gan-a-sau'g?



MODERN GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



367



Can-j-sto'tsi

Can-dEt-har'

Can-deish'

Ca-ne'?

Can-is-te'5

Ca-non'i-cut

Cannes (kan)

Can-nou'chee

Can'ter-bu-ry

Can' ton

Can-tyre'

Cape Bret'on, or
Breton'

Cape ^ir'ar-deau
(jir'ar-do)

Cape Hai'ti-en

Cap-i-tEi-na't?i

Ca'pri

Car'a-man

Car-si-ma'ni-a

Car-csi-sonne'

Car'de-nas

Car'dj-^n

Car-do' nsi

Car-i-a'c5

Car-ib-be'9n

Car-ib-bee'

Car-iisle' (kar-lil')

Car'lo-witz

Carl§'bad

Carl§-cro'n?i, or
Carl^-cro'nji

Car]|'ruhe (-ro)

Carmagnola (kar-
ma n-yo'l si)

Car-mo'n?

Car-nat'ic

Car-naui'

Car-ni-o'la

Car-o-li'na

Car-pa'thi-^n

Car-pen-tras', (or
kar-pang-tra')

C?r-ra'rEi

Car-rjck-fer'gus

Carshalton (kas-
hor'tn)

Car'ter-et

Car-tha-^e'na

Car-u-pa'no

Cj-sac', or Ca'sac

Ca-fal'

Ca-sa'le (-la)

Cas-a-na'na

Cas^h'au (kash'bu)

Ca-shan'

Cash'ell

Cash-mere', or
Cash'mere

C?is-si'nsi

Cas-si-qui-a'ri



Cas-tel-nau'da-ry'
(kas-tel -no' da-
re')

Castiglione (kas-
tel-yo'na)

Cas-tile'

Castillon (kas-tel-
yong')

Cas-tine'

Cis'tle-bar' (kSs'-
sl-bar')

Castres (kas'tr)

Cat-a-hou'lai

Ca-ta'ni-a, or
Ca-ta'ni-si

Ca-tan-za'ro

Catli-a-ri'nen-stadt

Cat-man'doo, or
Cat-man-doo'

Cat-ta-ilu'gus

Cat-ta'ro, or
Cat'ta-ro

Cau-bui'

Cau'ca-sus

Caugh-ngi-wa'g?

Caune (kon)

Cau'ver-y

Cav'a-la

Cav'rin

Cawn-pore'

Cax-a-mar'ca

Cay 'cos (ki'kos)

Cay-enne' (kl-en')

Ca-yuse'

Ce-a-ra' (sa-)

Ce-bti'

Cec'H, or Ce'cil

Cef^a-lu

Ce-la'no

Cgl'e-bef

Cel'le

Cen'is, (orse-ne')

Ceph-a-lo'ni-a, or
Cepii-a-lo-ni'a

Ce-ram'

Cerignola (ser-jn-
yo'l?)

Cer'i-go, or
Ce-ri'g6

Cer-ve'ra (-va'ra)

Cer'vi-a (cher've-)

Ce-se'na (cha-sa'-)

Ceu't?, (or sa'u-ta)

Cevennes (sa-ven')

Cey-lon', or
Cey'Iou

Cha-ca'5

Cha'co

Cha-gaing'

gha'gre (sha'gur)
ha'gres



Chaleiir'
^'h§Llons(sha long')

8h3.m'ber-ry
hani'bev§-burg
^liani-biee'
Chamouui (sha'-

mo-ne', or slia-

mo'ue)
Champagne (sham-

pan'-ya)
^Mm-paign'

(-pan')
Cham-plain'
Chan'de-leur'
Chan-der-na-gore'
^han-t] I'ly (shan-

tel'ye)
Charente (sha

rangt')
Char'i-ton
jEhar'kov
^harle'mont, or
^har'le-mont
(phar-le-rbi', {or

sliarl-rwa')
Charle'ville
yhar'le-voix'

(sliar'le vwa')
Chartres (shar'tr)
Chateaubriant

(sha-to'bre-

ang')
Ch^teaiidun (sha-

to-dun')
Chateau-Gonthier

(sha-to-gon'te-a)
Chateauguay (slia-

to-ga')
Chateauroux (sha-

to-ro')
Chatellerault (sha-

tel-ro')
Chat-ta-h66'chee
Chat-too'ga [ar')
Chaudiere (sho-de-
Chaumont (sho-

mong') (Fr.)
Chaumont (sho-

mo') (U. S.)
^hau-tau'qua
Chazy (sha-ze')
Che-buc'to
Chel'j-cut
Chelm^'ford

(cnemz'ford)
Chel'ten-ham, (_or

chelt'nam)
£!hem'nitz (-nits)
Che-mung'
Che-nan'go
Chen-yang'



Che-pach'et
Cher (shir)
JShe-iSs'co
Qher'boiirg
JBher'so
C her'sgn
J6her-so-nese'
Chert'sey, (or

ches'se)
Ches'a-peake
Che-sfin'cook
Chit-i-mach'ef
Chev'i-ot
jChi-a'na
Chi-a'pa
jehi-a'ri
jChl-a'va-ri, or

JBhi-a-va'rt
JBhi-a-ven'nai

ghi-ca'go
hich'es-ter
Chick-a-hom'i-ny
Chick-§t-m&g'gsi
Chick'a-pee
Chicot (she'ko)
Chi'em-see
Chi-enne'
Chieti (ke-a'te)
Chi-hua'liua (cMe-

wa'wa)
Chi-kai'lis
Chi'li, or Chil'}
Chil-ii-co'the
Chim-bo-ra'z5
Chin'su-ra, or

Chin-su'rai
jehi'os

ChTp'pen-ham
Chip'pe-way
Chi-pus-co'st [}k)
Chi^'wjck (chiz'-
Chit-ai-gong'
Chit-tore'
jChoc'zim
Cholmondely

(chum'le)
Cho-Ifi'la
jCho-ra-san', or

jBho-rSs'ssin
Cho-wiln'
£^hris-ti-a'n?i
jChris-ti-a'ni-Ei
J6 hris'tian-stadt
Chu-la-ho'm^
Chum'bul
Chum'leigh

(chum'le)
Chti-qui-sa'ca

(chu-ke-sa'k?)
JBhtir (kor) '
Cic-a-cole'



368



MODERN GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Ci-en-fue'gos (se-

en-fwa'gos)
Cim-?ir-r6n'
Cin-a-l5'a
Cin-cin-na'tj
Cir-cas'si-a
Ci'ren-ces-ter, {or

sis'e-ter)
Cirk'nitz (nits)
Cit-t?-del'la (chit-)
Civita Vec'ghi-a

(che've-fa-)
Clac-man'nan
Cla'|en-furth

(-■furt)
Clai'borne [se')
Clame-cy' (klara-
Clar'e-mont, or

Clire'iuont
Clau'^en-burg

(kibu'-) [tal)
Clausthal (klbus'-
Cler-mont'. or

Cler'mont
Cleve?

Clith'e-roe [her)
Clog'her, [or klo'-
Clon-a-kil'ty
Clon-mell'
C6-a-h6'm?
Co-a-hui'la (we'-)
Co-an'go (-ang'-)
Co-bi'ja (-ha)
Cob'lentz
Coch-^i-bain'ba
Codogno (-don'yo)
Co-do' rus
Coev'or-den
Coeymans (kwe'-

nianz)
Cognac (kon-yak')
Cohahuila (ko a
Co-h6e§' I w^'lii)
Co-im-bst-to6r'
Coire (kwar)
Col'ches-ter
Cole-raine'
Coli'msi
Col-mar'

Coin (k6n,orkbun)
Cologna (lon'ya)
Cologne (ko-l6n')
Col'on-say, or

Co-lon'say
Col-o-ra'do
Co-lum-bi-an'ai
Co-mac'
Co-man'che§
Co-mar' g5 '
Co-may-a'gu^
Com'ber-mere



Comines (ko-men')
Com'o-rin
Co-mbrn'
Com'g-r6
Compiegne (kom-

pe-an')
Con-can', or

Con'can
Conde (kon'da)
Co-ne'cuh
C6n'e-ma.ugh
Con-es-to'gji
Co-ne'sus
Con-ga-ree'
Con'gie-ton
Con'naught, or

Con-naught'
Con-ne-cocheague'
Con-ngct'i-cut

(-net'-)
Con-stan-ti'nsi
Con-stan-ti-no'ple
C66-mas-sie'
Co-os'

C66-saw-hatch'ie
Co-pi'ah
Co-pi-a'p6, or

C6-pi-a-p5'
Co-pim'es-caw
Coqu'et (kok'et)
Co-quim'bo
(-kem'-)
Cor-a-chie'
Cor'bach
Cbr-beau' (-bo')
Cor-beil' (kdr-bal')
Cor-dil'le-ras, {or

kor-del-ya'ras)
Cor'do-va
Co-re'a

Cor-fu', or Cor'fu
Cor'mth
C5r-o-man'del
Co-ro'ne

Correze (kor-raz')
Cor-n-en'tes
Cor'si-cai
Corte (kor'ta)
Cor-to'na
Cg-run'na
Co-shoc'ton
Cosne (kon)
Cgs-seir'
Cos-sim-ba-zar'
Cos'ta Ri'ea
Co-ta-gay'^
Co-to-pax'i
Cou-lan'
Cour'land
Cour-tray' [tans')
Coutances (ko-



C6v'en-try
C6v'ing-ton
Cbwes (kbuz)
Cow-e'tci
Cra'cow
Crecy (kres'e)
Cre'feld (kra"'felt)
Crem'nitz (-nits)
Cre-mo'nai
Crgv'elt *
Cr}-me'?i

Cro-a'ti-§i (-she-^)
Crom'?r-ty, or

Cro-mar'ty
Cron'stadt
Csongrdd (chon-

grad')
Cu-ba'gu^i
Cu-ban'
Cud-da-l6re'
Cud-da'p'ah, or

Cud'da-pAli
Cuen'ca (kwen'sa)
Cui-a'ba (kwe a'ba)
Cuihuacan (kol-

w§i-kan')
Cu-li-51-can'
Cul-Io'den [ros)
Cul-ross', (or ko'-
Cu-ma-na'
Cum-ma-zee'
Cu-ra-^oa' (-s5')
Cu-ra-ray'
Cur-dis-tan'
Cur-zo'la
Cut-tack'
Cux-ha'ven
Cu-ya'ba, or

Cu-ya-ba'
Cuy-a-ho'ga (ki-a-
Cyc'la-de§ [ho'gst)
Czaslau(zas Ibu')
Czernowitz (cher'-
no-vits) [nits)
Czirknicz (tserk'-

D.

Da-co'tah

Dag-hes-tan'

Dah'9-mey (-ma)

Dal-a-go'?

Da-le-car'li-ai

Dal-h6u'§ie

Dalkeith''

Dallef

Dam-a-ris-cot'ta

Dan-ne-mo'ra

Dant'zic (-sik)

Dar-dgi-nelles'

Dar-lour'



Da'ri-en
Darm'stadt
DSiu'phi-ny
De-brec'zm
De-bret'zin (-sjn)
Dec'c^n, or

Dec- can'
De-cize'
Del-^-go'si
Delfzyl
Del-ga'da
Dgl'hi (del'le)
Del'hi (U. Si)
Del-vi'no
Dem-e-ra'r§i
Dem-be'a
De-m6'na
Dgn'bigli (den'be)
Den'de-rah
Den-der-mond'
De-peys'ter
Dgpt'ford'(det'-)
Der-bend'
De-Ruy'ter
Dis-51-gua-de'ro
(-gwa-da'-)
Des-c6n-o-ci'd§i
Des-e a'd^
De§-e-ret'
De-sfia' [mbin')
Des Moines (de-
Des-po-bla'do
Des'sau, {or des'-
Det'ting-en [sou)
Deutz (dbits)
Deux-Ponts' (du-
De-vi'ze§ [pouts')
Di-ar-be-kir'
Die'men's Land
Diep'holz (-holts)
Di-eppe'
Diest

Dietz (dets)
Digne (den)
Di'jon' (de'zhong')
Dil'ling-en
Din-a^e-p6re'
Di-nan' (de-nang')
Di-nant'
Dix-an'
Dix-mude'
Djol'i-ba

Dnie'per (ne'per)
Dnies'ter (nes'ter)
D6-ab'

Dof-re-fi-eld'
Dol-gel'ly
Dol-lart'
Dom-i-ni'cgi,<w

Do-min'i-cst
Doni-i-nlque' (Fr )



MODERN GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Don-ag-lia-dee'
Don'e-gal
Don 'go la.
JDon'iii-ghue
Don-nal'
D66-sliak^
Dbr-dogne'' (-don')
Dordrecht (dor'-

drekt)
Dbr'nogh
Dou'ay (do'ii)
Dou'ro (do'ro)
Dov-re-fi-eld'
Dow-le-ta-bad'
Draguignan (drS.-

pn-yang_')
Drave, or Drave
Drenthe (drent, or

dren'te)
Dres'den
Dreux (dru)
Dri'uo

Drogh'e-dsi (drog'-)
Dro'ho-bicz (-bich)
Drbit'wjch (ich)
Dro-more'
Dron'tJielm (-tim)
Du-anes'biirg
Du-buque' (-bok')
Diiero (du-a'r6)
Du'js-burg [lant)
Duiveland (dbi've-
Dulcigno (dul-

chen'yo)
Dulwich (dul'ij)
Dum-blane'
Dum-frief'
Diin-bar'

Dun-daJk'{-daLwk')
Dun- das'
Dun-dee'
Dun-ferm'line, {or

dun-fer'lin)
Dun-gan'non
Dijn-gar'van
Dun-fe-ness'
DHn-keld'
Dun-kirk'
Dun-66n'
Dun-sin'nane, or
Dun-sin-nane'
Dunwich (dun'ij)
Duquesne (du-
Du-rance' [kan')
Du-ra.u'go (rang'-)
Du-raz'z6, {or du-

rat's5)
Dur'ham (dur'am)
Dur'lach
Dus'set-dbrf
Dut'ling-en



Duval'
Dw^-ra'ca
Dvvi'na, or Dwi'na



E.



5b-^m'bul, or
_ Eb-sara-bul'
Ech'ter-nach .[ha)
E^'i-j'a, {or\'xh.e-
Eckmiilil (ek'mul)
Ec-ua-d6r' (ek-wji-

der')
Edge'combe{-kum)
5-dl'nai
Edinburgh (ed'jn-

biir-ro, or ed'-

in-biirg)
fid 'is- to
Effing-ham
Eg'er ,

P-gi'na, dr £g'i-na.
Eg'ri-po, or
_ E-grj 'p6
Eh-ren-breit'stein
Elch'stadtCik'stat)
Ei'len-burg
Elm'becfc
Ei'me-6
Ei'^e-nach
Els'ie-ben
5 kat-e-ri'nen-burg
E-kat-e-ri'no-giiid
|i-kat-e-ri'no-sIav
El A-raiche'
El'ber-feld
El-beuf
El'che (61'cha)
El Do-ra'do
El-e-plian-ti'na
.g-leu'the-ra
El 'gin

E-lis'a-beth-giad'
Ei-lore'
l^l-ml'na
El-mi'ra
Ei-si-nore', or

El-si-neur'
Sl'w9.ng-en
Em'mer-ijh
JE-na're

fen-ga-dine' [ang)
Enghien (an-ge'-
England (ing'-

gland)
En-i-sei'
Jgnk-hui'zen (enk-

hbi'zen)

En-nis-cbr'thy

En-nis-kil'len

En'tre-Ri'os

24



llper'i-es

Ep-er-nay'

Ep'i-nal

Er'bach

Kr'furt

Er'i£ht

Er-i-van'

Er'iang-en

Er'lau (er'lbu)

Er-me-nek'

Er'ze-rfim, or

Erz-room'
Erz-ge-bir'ge
^s-cu'ri-ail
|;-s6'pus [mo)

Esquimaux (es'ke-
Es-se-qui'bo (-ke'-)
Ess'iing-en
^s-tlio'ni-j
Es-tre-ma-du'ra
Es'tre-moz'
Es'zek (es'sek)
Etampes (a-tamp')
Et'o-wah
Et^'ch (etsh)
Eu (yu)
Eupen (bi'pen)
Eure (yur)
Eutin(bi-ten')
Eve§'ham
Ev'o-ra, or E-vo'r?
Evreux (ev-ru')
Ey'a-let
Ey'iau, {or i'lbu)



F.



Fa-en'za
Fah'lun
Fal-oum'
Fa-lai^e'
Fal'kirk, or

Falkirk' [land)
Falkland (lawk'-
Fa'no, or Fa-no'
Fa'rbe, or Fa'ro-e
Far-sjs-tan'
Fauquier' (-ker')
Fav'ersh-jim
Faj-il'
Fay-ette'
Fay'ette-vlUe
Fay-oura'
Fee 'gee
Feh-ra-bad'
Fel-an-i'ohe
Fe-li-ci-'a'n^i
Fem'ern

Fer-nia'n^gh (-n?i)
Fer-mby'
Fer-ia'ra



Fer'rol, «r Fer-roF
Fev'ei'sh-aim
Fez-zan'

Fich-tel-|e-bJr'|e
Fi-es'o-le (-la)
Figeac (fizh'ak')
Figueras(fe-ga'rgisJ
Fin-is- teiare'
Fismes (fem)
Fiume (fe-u'ma)
Fleche,L'a(la flesh)
Flen§'bbrg
Foggia<fod'ja)
Foglia (tol'ya)
Foix (fwa)
Foligno (fo-len'yo)
Foiitainebleau

(ton-tan-blo',)
Fon-ta-ra'bri-ai
Fontenay-le-

Compte (font-

na'le-kongt')
Fon-te-nby'
Fontevrault (foH-

tev-ro')
Fbr'li, or Fot-W
Fbr'men-te'ra(-ta'-)
For-mo'ssi
Fbr-syth'
Fbr-te-veu-tu'ra
Fos-sa'no
Foth'er-jn-gay
Fou'di

Foug%res (fo-zhir')
F6u'lah§
Fourths
Foy'er^ (fl'erz)
Franche Comte

(franshkong'ta)
Francois(fra«'«wa)
FiUn'e-ker
Frank-en-stein^
Frank'enthal(-tal)
Fras-ca'ti
Frau'en biirg

(frbu'-) fstat)
Frau'stadt (ftba*-
Fred'er-icks-halU
Frel'burg
Frel'fing
Frei'§ing-en
Frei'stadtj-stat)
Frejus (fra-zhtis')
Frey'biirg
Fre^'stadt (-stat)
Fri'biirg
Fried'land
Fris^he'haff
Fries'land
Fri'o
Fri-d'Ii, or Fri'ui-11



370



MODERN GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Frodf'h^m

Fron-te'ra (-ta'-)
Frontignac (fron-

fen-yak')
Fuer-fa- ve n-tu' ra
Ful'da
Funch'jl, or
Ftin-^hal'
Funf-klrch'en
Fumes (Kirn)
FuT-ruck-a-bad'
FUrth (furt)
Fyz-5-bad'

G.

G^-da'mjs
G'a-e'ta (g'a-a'fa,
Gaillac (gal-yak')
Gaillon (gal-yong')
Giir'loch
Ga-!ap'ij-go§, or

Gai-li-pa'go|
Gai-a shiel§'
Ga-latz' (-latsO
Gal-lip'o-li
Gal'lj-po-lis'
Gal'lo-way
Gal'ves-tyn
Gai'way
Gan'*ef
Gan-jam'
Gar-don'
Gar-ga'ii5
Ga-ronne'
Gas-con-ade'
Gas'co-ny
Gaspe (gas'pe)
^e-§Lu'gsi
;&5el, (or gal)
jGePle C|ePfl)
^en-e-se'o -
^en'e-vieve
Gene vols (zhen-e-

vwa')
^en'o-gt
Gera (ga'ra)
j&e-ro'na, {or ha-

ro'na)
Gers (zh&r)
Gex (zhex)
J&ey'sers
Gh^t-da'mjg
GMuts (giwts)
Ghent, (or gong)
^her-gong'
;6hi-ian'
^ib-ral'tgir
*ries'sen (ges'sen)
Gijon (lie-li5n')
£fi'la, {or he'la)



gi-lo'lo
Gir'^e
^rir-gen'ti
Gironde(zlie-rond')
^i'zeh, or JQi'zeh
Glfi-mdr'gJin
Glas'gow [kbu)
Glauchan (glbu'-
Gle-nelg'
Glo'gau (glo'gou)
Glo-gaw'
Gl6uces'ter (glos'-

ter) ' [stat)
Gluckstadt (gluk'-
Gmlind (gmunt)
Gnesen (gna'zen)
Gnes'iia (nes'nai)
Go-dav'e -ry
Goes (hos)
Go-janT'
G6-li-ad'
Gom-br66n'
Go-me'ra (-ma'-)
Go-naive§'
G(?-nave'
Gon-za'les
Gorlitz (giir'lits)
Gortz (gurts)
Go^'ber-ton
Go'thfii^ {or go'ta)
Got'ten-blirg [en)
Gbttengen (get'ing-
Gou'da
Gour (gor)
Go-yaz'
Goz'zo (got'so)
Gra'ci-as a Di'os
Gra-ci-o'sa
Gram-moJit'
Gra-na'da
Gi^nt'ham
Gran'ville (U. S.)
Gran-ville' (Fr.)
Gratiot (grash'e-ot)
Gratz (grets)
Graudenz (grbu'-

dents) [len')
Gravelines (grav'-
Gree'nock
Green'w}ch (-ij)
Grelfs-wil'de
Gre-na'doi
Gr6n-6'ble
Grin'del-waid
Gri'§on§, {or gre-

zong')
Gr5n'ing-en
Gross-war'dein
Grot'on (grot'tn)
Griinberg (grun'-

berg)



Gruyferes (gru yAr^

Gua-da-la'vi-ar, or

Gua-da-lEt-vi'ar

Gua-d§t-lax-a'ra, (or

gwa-dg-la-ha.'-

Gua-da-lu'pe, or
Gua-da lupe'

(gaw-)
Gua-dal-quiv'ir, or
Gtra-dfil-qui-vir*
Gua-de-lonpe''

(gaw-de-lop')
Gna-d| a'n^
Gua-man'g?
Gua-na-ha'ni
Gaa-na're (ra)
Gua-na-jua'to, or
Gua-na-xua'to

(-liwa'to)
Guan'ca Ve li'ca
Guar'da (gwar'da)
Guar-daf-ui' (gar-

daf-we')
Gua-ti-ma'la
Guax-a'ca, {or gwa-

ha'ka)
Guay-a'ma [a-kel')
Guay-^-quil' (gwi-
Guay'mas
Guaz-a-cual'co
Guebres (|e'berz)
Guelph (gwelf)
Gueret (ga-ra')
GUern'sey [ro)

Guer-re'rs (ger-ra'-
Gui-a'na (|e-a'na)
Guic'o-war

(gwik'-)
Gui-enne' (ge-en')
GuTn'ea (|in'e)
Guiiigamp (gang-
gang')
Gui-pus'co-a (§e-)
Guis'bor-ough

Guife (gez)
Gum-bin'nen
Gund-wa'nah
Guy-a'na (§5-)
Guy-?n-dotte' (gl-)
Gil-zel-his'sar
Gu'ze-rat'
Gwa'h-br
Gwin iiett'
^yfl'la (ju'Ia)

H.

md'leigh (had'le)
Had-ra-maiit'



Haer'Tem(IiarTeni)
Hague (hag)
Hagisenau (ag-no')
Hai-nan'
Hainault (lia'no, or

hi'nbult)
Ha-jy-p?66r'
Hainber stadt(-stat)
Hales-ovT'en
Hal'le

tlal'lein [el)

Hallawell (hol'lio-
Ham-a-daii'
Ham'o-aze
Ha'nau (ha'nbu)
Hang-tcheou'
Han'o-ver
Har-tleiir'
Har'ling-en
Har'tie-p66I
Hartz, or Harz
Har'wjch (har'ij)
Ha§'le-mere (-zl-)
Ha^^'ljng-den
Hat'te-ras
Haute (hot)
Hav'er-ford-west'
Ha'ver-hill (-11)
Havre (ha'vr)
Havre-de-Grace

(hav'vr-de-gras')
Ha-wai'i (ha-wi'e)
Haw'ick

Hay'ti [bruk)

Haze'brouCK (az'-
Heb'ri-de§
Hech'ing-en
Hed-jaz'
HeI'del-berg
Heil'bronn
Hel'go-land
Hel'i-g9-la.nd
Hel'ies-pont
Helm'stadt
Hel-mtind'
Hel'sing-Ibri
Hel-vel'lyn
Hel'voet-sluys
Hen-l6'pen
Hen-ri'co
Hgr-a-cle'si
He-rat', or He'rat
Herault (lia-ro', or
Her'e-ford [ha'ro)
Her'man-stadt
Her'nb-sand
Herrn'hut
Her-ze-go-vi'na
Hesse Cas'sel
Heuseden (tibis'-)
Heyts'bu-ry (hats'- J



MODERN GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



371



Hi^res (he-ir')
Hild-burg-hau'sen
(hilt-burg-hbu'-
zen)
Hil'des-heim
Him-?-lay'a, or

Him-ma'Ieh
Hin-dos-tan'
Hlrs^h'berg
His-paii-i-o'la
Hi was'see (-wos'-)
Ho-ang-lio', or

Ho-aiig'ho
Ho-bo'ken
Hogh'helm
Ho-dei'da
Hogue (hog)
Ho-hen-lin'den
H5'hen-l6'he
Ho-hen-zol'iern
Ho kj-en'
Holmes (homz)
Hol'stein
Hol'y-head
Hol'y-well
Ho-nan', or Ho'n^n
Hpn-du'ras
Hon'fleur
Hon'i-tgu
Hon o-lu'lii
Hoog'e-veen
Hcogh'ly (hog'le)
Hoiigh'am (h3f-)
Hough'ton (ho'ton)
Hou-quang'
Hou-sa-tou'ic
Hbus'sa
Hous'ton
Hu-ahei'ne
Hua-sa cuai'co
Huel'Va, (or wel'-)
Hues' ka,(o?-wes'-)
Hiiime (hom)
Hiird'war
Huy (hoT)
Hy'der-a-bad'
Hj'dra, (or he'diS)
Hy-drai-bad'



Ib'er-ville
Ih-ra i'la

I'colm-kill (-kom-)
I-gie'si-as (-gla'-)
ig'lau(ig'lou)
i-gua-la'da (-gwa)
il'ches-ter
IlMVa combe(-kum)
ll'kes-ton Fm'a'ne)
Illimani (el-ye-



fl-h-nbis', (or il-le-

Il-lyr'j-fi [nbi')

il'min-ster [e-a)

im-e-ri"ti ? ( risli'-

Im'o-la

in'di-fi, (or in'je-?i)

In-di-an'a (je)

In-dian-ap'o-iis

Iii'die^, (or in'jiz)

In-dore'

in- dour'

indre (ang'dr)

In'gol-stadt

ink-er-man'

inns'pruck

In-ve-ra'ry

in-ver-keith'jng

in-ver-logh'y

In-ver-ness'

in-ve-ru'ry

l-o'nijt

T'o-wa

ips'wJGh, (or ip'sij)

I-qui'que (e-ke'ka)

i-rak' Ad'je-mi

Irak' Ar'?i-b}

Ir-koutsk'

ir-o-qubis'

ir-ra-wad'dy

Is'chi-a

J-se'6 (e-sa'6)

T'?er (e'zer)

Isere (e-zAr')

i'§er-lohn (e'zer-

Isla(i'la) [Ion')

Is-lam-a-bad'

islay (I'la)

1^'ling-ton

1s-ma-ll',orIs'mail

i'so-la

Is-pa-han'

is-s-i-que'na

Issoire (is-swar')

is-sou-dun'

Tt-a-pi-cu-ru'

it-^-wam'bai

Sth'a-ca

I-vi'ca, or Iv'j-^a

iv-te'^L (-ra'-)



Jaca (ha'ksi)
Jac-rael'
Jaen (ha-en')
Jaffa, (or yaffa)
Jaf-na-psi-tam'
Ja'gua (ha'gw?)
Jal-oo-an'
Ja-16un'
Ja-mai'ca



J§i-nei'ro (jgi-na'ro)
Ja'ni-na (ya'ne-na)
Ja-la'pa (ha la'pa)
Ja-lis'c6 (ha-lis'ko)
Jst-pan'
Jaque-mel'
Jar'o-slav (yar'o-)
Jas'sy (yas'se)
Jauer (ybu'er)
Ja'va, or Ja'va
Jed'do, (or yed'do)
Jel-a-la-bad'
Je'na, (or ya'na)
Jerez (ha-reth'j
Jesi (ya'se)
Jes'so, (or yes'so)
Jes-sul-meer'
Jey-pore'
Jo-an'ni-na, or

Jo-an-ni'na
J6l'i-ba
Jen'kio-ping
Jo-rul'io (ho-rul'yo)
Joud-pore'
Joux (zho)
Ju'fin Fer-n&n'dez
Jujuy (hu-hwe')
Juliers (zhu'le-a)
Jul'ljn-der
Jungfrau (yung'-
Ju-ni-at'§i [frbu)

K

Kaar'tgi

Kair-wan'

Kal-sa-ri'eh

Kal-a ma-z66'

Kal'isch"

Ka-lu'ga

Kam'i-niec

Ka min'ietz (-yets)

Kam-tchat'ka

Ka-na'wha (-naw'-

Kan-da-har' [wa)

Kan-ka'kee

Ka-ra'hjs-sar', or

Ka-ra-his'sar
Ka-rsi-ma'ni-ai
Kar'ai-su, or

Ka-ra'su
Kash-gar'
K?s-kas'ki-ai
Ka-tah'djn
Ka'trine, or

Kat'nne
Ka-zan'
Kehl (fcal)
Keighley (keth'le)
Ke-lat'
K§-na'wh9 (-wa)



Ke'ogh (ke'o)
Ke'o-kuk

Kergue'len's Land
Ker-man-shaw'
Ker shaw'
Kt^'wick (kez'jk)
Kets'ke-met
Kha-mil'
Klia-rasm'
Khar-koP •
Khi'v?
Kho-kand'
Kho-ras-san'
Khu-ziS-tan'
Kiakh't^i
Ki-9in-ku'
Kick-?-po6'
Kid'der-min-ster
Ki-ef ,■ or Ki-ev'
Kiel

Kil-d4re'
Kil-ken'ny
Kil-la'la
Kil-la'loe, or
Kil-lfi-loe'
Kin-car'djne
Kin-ross'
Kin-sale'
Kin-tore'
Kin-tyre'
Ki'o-way
Kir-kai'dy
Kirkcudbright

(kirk-ko'bre)
Kir-man shah'
Kirriemuir'
Kis-ki-min'e-tas
Kit-tan 'njng
Kit-ta-tin'ny
Ki-u'si-u
Ki-u-ta'jah
Kiz'il Ir'mak
Kla'ien-furth

(-■fiSrt)
Knis'te-neau (nis'-
Ko-lin' [te-no)
Kol-y-van'
Ko'ni-eh
K6n'ig§-berg
K66s-k66s'ke
Koo-ta-nal'
K5-r^s-san'
Kbr-do-fen'
Kos-cj-us'ko
Kou-ban'
Koursk

Kow'n5 (kov'no)
Kras-no-yarsk'
Kur-djs-tan'
Kar-ree-chan©'
Kut-t5re'



372



MODERN GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



L.



Laa'land

Lab-ra-dor'

Lac'ca-dlve§

Lach-a-wax'en

La-^hine'

Lach's'a

Lack-fi-wSLn'n^i

La-dr6ne§'

La-fay ette'

La-Fourclie'

La Guay'ra

La-gu'na

La-Hogue'

La-hore'

La-hou' (la-ho')

La Man'cha

La-mar'

Lam-ba-ye'que

(yi'ka)
La-me'go (-ma'-)
Lam'mer-muir
La-Mbi'lle'
Lam'sa-ki
La-nai'
Lan'ark, or
La-nlrk'
Lan-ce-v6'ta
Lan-d^ff'
Lan-der-neau'

(-no')
Landes (llngd)
Lan'dre-cy
Land^'hut
Lan-geac' (lan-

zhak') [um)
Lang'liolm (laiig'-
Lan'gres (lang'gr)
Lan-gue-doc' (-ge-)
La-ni'ca
La Pla'ta -
La rache' (la rash')
La-re'do (la-ra'do;
Lar-is-tan'
Lar'ni-ka
La-Salle'
Lat-a-ciin'ga
Lat-a-kl'a
Lat-ta-ko6'
Lau'ban (lou'ban)
LaLu'en-burg, (or

Ibu'enburg)
Lau-§anne' (16-

zan')
Lau'ter-brunn

(ibu'-)

Laval'

La-vaur' (Isl-vor')
La-vo'ro
Lay'ba£h



Leam'jng tni)
Lec'ce (let'cha)
Lech

Lec-toure'
Lee'ward (le'ward,

or lu'urd)
Leg-hbriT, or

Leg'hora [no)
Leirnaiio (len-ya'-
LS'hiph (le'hi)
Leices'ter (les'ter)
Leigh (Ig)
Leigh'lin (lek'lin)
Lel'iung-en
Leln'ster, or

Lsin'ster
Leip'sic
Lei-ri'a
Leith (leth)
Leit'me-ritz (-rits)
Leit'rim, or

Ijei'trim
Le-nap'e
Len'a-wee
Le-n5ir' (le-nSr')
Len-ti'na
Le-o-gane' (la-)
Leom'jD-ster
Le-on', or Le'on
Le-o-ni'di
Le-on-ti'ni
Le-o'pold-stadt
Le-pan'to
Le Puy (le-pwe')
Ler'i-da

Ler'wick (ler'ik)
Les'i-na
Letilt (Ibik)
Leut'ma-ritz (Iblt'-

ma-rlts)
Leutschau (loit'-
Le-vant' [shba)
Lev'en, or Le'ven
Le- war' den, or

Leeu' war-den
Lew'js-ham, or

Lew'ish-am
Lex'ing-ton
Leyden (Ij'dn, or

la'dn)
Ley'land
Li-bourne'
Lich'te-nau (nbu)
L]Ch'ten-fel§
Lich'ten-steiM
Lie^e, (or le-azh')
Lieg'nitz (-nits)
Li-erre'

Liile, or Lisle (lei)
Li 'ma, or Li'ma
Lim-6|es' (-5zh')



Li-mou-^in' (15-

mo-zang')
Li-moux' (le-ui6')
Lj-Ud'rt-s
Liu'coln (ling'-
Ling'en [kun)
Lin'kio-pTng
Lin-lith'gow
Lip'a-ri

Llp'pe-Det'mold
Li-^i-eux' (le-zc-u')



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