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Lith-u-a'ni-a
Lit'iz
Lit-to-ra'le
Li-va'dj-a, or
Liv-a-di'a
Llan-diiff'
Lla'nos (lya'nos)
Llanrwst (lan-

rost')
Llerena (lya-ra'na)
Lo-an'go
Ln-car'no
L9ch-&.'ber
Loches (losh)
Loch Lev'en
Loch Lo'mond
Loch-ma'ben
Loch'y

Lo^eve (lo-dav')
Lo'di (lo'de)
Lo-to'den [yo)

Logrono (lo-gr6n'-
Loire (Iwar)
Loiret (Iwa-ra')
Loja (lo'ha)
Lo'ker-en
Lom-bok'
Lo'mond
L6o-ch6o'
Lo-rain' (Ohio)
Lo-ret'to [ang')
L'Orient (lo-re-
LSr-raine' (Fr.)
Los An'|e-les
Lost-with'iel
Lbu'don
Lou'doun
Lough'b6r-ough

(lufbiir-o)
Lough Erne (lok'-

ern')
Lough Neagh (lok'-

ne',07- -ne'a)
Lough-rea'(l6k-ra' )
L6u-i'§a
Lou'is-biirg
L6u-is-ade'
Lou-is-j-a'na
Lou'is-ville, (or

16'e-vil)



Lou-vain'
Louviers (I6've-a)
Lou'vo
Low'ell
Lbwe^'toft
Lozere (l6-zAr')
Lu-beck', or

Lu'beck
Luc'ca, or Luc'ci
Lti-ce'na (ItS-tha'-
na) [ra)

Lil-ce'ra (lu-cha'-
Lu-cerne'
Lu-^on', (lu-s6ng')
Lu-da-mar'
Lud'wig^-btirg
Lud'wigf-lust
Lu-ga'no
Lund

Lu'ne-burg
Lu-nel'
Lu'ne-ville'
Lu-pa'ta

Lu-sa'ti-a (-she-si)
Ltit'zen (sen)
Lux'em-biirg
Lu-zenie'
Lu-zon'
Ly-com'jng
Lym'fiord [na')
Lyonnais (le-on-
Ly'on| (li'pnz)



M.



Ma-ca'6, (or m?i-
Mac-a-pa' [kofl')
Mac'cle>!-field
Ma^-e-do'ni ^
Mac-e-ra'ta

(mach-^
Ma-chi'as
Mack-i naw'
Mac-lean'
Ma-comb' (kom')
Ma-c6u'pin
Ma-cr66m'
M^c-quar'rie

(-kwor'-)
Mad-a-gas'car
Mad-a-waLs'c^i
Mad-da-lo'ni
Mai-dei'ra, {or ma-
MJi-dras'' [da'ra>
Ma-drid', or

Mad'rid
Ma-du'ra
Mael'str&m
Maese (maz)
Maes'tri^ht (mes'-

trikt)



MODERN GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



373



Mag-at-d5x'ai

Mag-da-le'n?, (or

-la'na)
Ma-^el'lai), or

Ma*-el-lan'
Mage r5e' ["ra)
Ma^-^io'ie (ma-j6'-
Ma-|in-da-na.'6
Mag-iii'^51
Magiiy (man'ye)
Ma-ha-iiud'dy "
Ma-hon', or

Ma hon'
Ma-ho'ning
Mah-rit'tgi
Ma'j-da
Mai-hid pore'
Ma^i-na

Ma-ko'que-ta (ke-)
Mal-fi-bar'
Mal'a-ga

Ma-iai'si-a ( she-a)
Malar (ma'lar)
Mfllaren (ma'lar-
Ma-lay' [en)

Ma-la'yst
Mal-dive^', or

Mal'dive^
Malheur (ma-lor')
Mahnes (ma-len')
Mal'me-dy
Malme§'bu-ry
(mamz'-)
Malplaquet (mal-

plak'a)
Mal'strom
Mal-va-si'a, or

Mal-va'si-ai
Mal'vern, or

Mal'vern
Mai 'wall
M^-mar'o-neck
Ma-naar'
Man-^-yuak'
Man^he
Man-da'r^
Man-da-vee'
Man-din'go
Man-ga-l6re'
Man'heim
Man-i-tou-woc'
Mann'harts-berg
Man-re'sa (ra'sa)
Man-sou'ra
Man-tchoo'rj-a
Man'to-va
Man-za-na'res, (or
man-tha'-na'-
res)
Man-z^-nil'l5 (yo)
Mar-5i-cay'b5( ki'-^



Mar-am-bay'ai

Mar'a-mec
Mar-an-ham'
MaraSon (iiiar'?.-

non, 07- loar-an-

yon')
Mfi-ra'v}
Mar^he

Mar-che'nsi (-eha'-)
Mar dm'
Mar-ga-ri'tsi
Mar-i-a'nsi
Mar ie-Ga-lante'
Ma-n-el'
Ma-ri'en bad
Ma-ri'en-biirg
Ma-ri-en-wer'der
Ma-ri-en-zell'

( tsel')
Marin'
Ma'riHjn, or

Mar'i-on
Ma-rit'za (-sa)
Marl'bor-ough
Mar'mo-ra
Ma-ros9h' (-rosh')
Ma-ross'
Mar-que'sa? (mjir-

ka'saz)
Mar-sa'la
Marseilles (mar

salz')
Mar-ta-ban'
Mar-ti-ui'co
Mar-ti-nique'
Mar-war'
Ma'ry-le-boue, (or

mar'e-bon)
Masafuero (mas-9-

fwa'ro)
Mas'ca-li, or

Mas-ca'ii
Mas'ham (mas'am)
Mas-ke'gon
Mas-sa-cliu'setts
Mas'so-wah
Mas'u-ah
Ma-su-li-pa-tam'
Mat-a-mS'reis
Ma-tan'zas
Mat-a-pan'
Mat-tap'o-ny
Mat-a-ri'ai
Mat-a-r5'
Ma-te'ra (-ta'-)
Mats'mai
Mat'u-ra, or

Ma-tu'ra
Mauch Chunk
Mauch'line
Mau'i



M&u-mee' [re-pa'}
Mau-re-pas' (mo-
Mau-ri"ti-us
May-a'co
May-a-gua'na
Mayence (ma-
yans')

May-eniie'
Mayne, (or mln)
May-nooth'
Ma-zan-de-ran'
Maz at-lan'
Maz-za'ra (mat-
Me-a'co [sa'ra)
Meaiix (mo)
Megh'hn
Me-cho-a-can'
Meck'len-burg
Me-con'
Mec-ran'
Me-di'na, or

Me-di'na (Ar.)
Me-dl'na (Ohio)
Med-i-ter-ra'ne-sin
Mee-rut'
Meig§ (megz)
Mei-kong'
Mei'ning-en
Mels'sen (ml'sen)
Me-jer'diih
Mek-i-nez' [s5)
Melazzo (ma-lat'-
Mel 'bourne
Mel ro^e'

Mgl'ton-Mow'brEiy
Me-lun'
Mem'el
Mem'ming-en
Mem-plire-ma'gog
Me-nal', or Men'ai
Me-nal'na
Me -nan'
Menard'

Mendana (-dan'ya)
Men-do-ci'no
Men-do'za
Me-nin' (me-

nang')
Men-nom'o-nie
Mentz (mentsj
Me-ntif
Men-za'leh
Mgq'ui-nez (mek'-
Mer-din' [e-nez)
Mer-gui' (mer-*e')
Mgr'i-da
Mer-i-m^-^hi'
Mer'i-o-neth
Mermen tau' (-to')
Mer'o-g
.Mer'se-biirg



Mer'thyr Tyd'vjl

Mes'chid

Mesh'ed

Mes-o-lon'lj

Mes-si'na

Mes-u-ra'do

Mes-u-ra'ta

Met'e-lin

Metz(niets, or mas)

Meurthe (niurt)

Meu^e (niuz)

Mezieres (niez-

Mi-a'co [yir')

Mi-ara'j

Mi-a'va

Mi^h'i gan

Mi(jli-ii-j-mack'i-

nac, (or mak-e-

n&w')
Mi-cho-a-can'
Mid'del-biirg
Mid'dle-b6r-ough
Mid'dle-bu-ry

(-ber.)
Mil 'an, or Mi-lan'
Milhau (me-lo')
Mil'ledge-ville
Mi'lo'

Mil-wau'kie
Min'cio (min'chS)
Min-da-na'6
Min-dS'ro

Min-gre'h-a [yo)
Miii'ho, (or men'-
Min-ne-s6'ta
Min-ne-tar'ee
Mino (men'yo)
Miq-ue-lon' (-e-)
Mir-a-mj-^hi'
Mi-ran'do-la
Mi-re-c6urt' (-kSr')
Mirepoix (mer-
Mis'i-tra [pwa')
Mis-sis'que (-ke)
Mis-sis-sip'pi
Mis-so-lon'llii
Mis-sou'ri (-so're)
Mis-tras'
Mit'tau (mit'tbu)
Mo-bile'
Mo-ca-ran'gsi

(-rang'-)
Mo'cha
Mo'de-na
Mod'i-ci
Mog-a dore'
Mohacs (mo-hach')
Mo'hawk
Mo-he 'gan
M6-hi-lev', or
Mo -hi 'lev



374



MODERN GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Mol'dau (-dou)
Mol-da'vi-9
Mol-fet'fa
Mo-lise', or

iVIo-li'se (-sa)
Mo-lo-kal'
Mom-bas'
Mom-ba'zat [po')
MSm'pox,'(or mom-
Mon'^-c6

Mon'si-ghan (gan)
Mon-as-tir'
Mon-cha-boo'
Mon-de'go (-da'go)
Mondonedo (mon-

don-ya'do)
Mon-do-vi'
M9-iiem-ba-si'a
Mon' fa-lout
Mon-fer-ra'to
Mon-ghir'
Mon-g5'li-a
Mon-i-teau' (-to')
Mon-o-mo-ta'pa
Mo-non-ga-he'la
Mo-non-gaMi-a
Mo-nop'o-li
M5n-re-a'le (-la)
Mon-r6'vi-a
Mons (mongs)
Mon'ta-gue
Montauban (mong-

tS-batig')
Montbeliard

(mong-ba-le-

ar')
Mont-calm'(-kam')
Mon'te-ghi-a'ro
Mon-te'g5
Mon-teith'
Mon-te l6'vez(-ves)
Mon-te-ne'gro

(-na'-) -
Mon-te-reau' (-ro')
Mon-te-rey' (-ra')
Mon'te Vid'e-o, (or

-ve-da'6)
Mont-fer-rat'
Mont-goni'er-y
Mont-martre'

(mong-martr')
Mont-mo-ren'cy
Mont-pel'ier (-yer)
Mont-pel'lj-er, (or

mong-pel'e-a)
Mon-tr6§e'
Mont-ser-iSt'
Moor-shed-a-bad'
Mo-quel'um-ne
Mo-rad a-bad'"
Mo-ra'va



Mor'ay (mSr're)

Mbr-bi-han'

Mo -re 'a

Mo-re' na (-ra'-)

Mor-la'chi-a

Morlaix (mBr-la')

Mo-ron'

Mor-tagne' (-tan')

Mbr-ta'ra

Morte-mar'

Mos'cho

Mos'cow

Mo-?elle'

Mos-qui't5 (-ke'to)

Mo'sul

Mo-ta'la, or

iVlo'ta-la
Mo-ta'pa
Mo-tvil'"

Moulms (mo-lang')
Moul-lan'
Moul'trie
Mount De-§ert'
M6ur-z6uk'
Mby-a-men'sing
Mo-zam-bique'
Muhl (mol)
Muli'len-biirg
Miihlheim (mol-

hlm')
Muhr (raor)
Mul'de
Mul-ljn-gar'
Mu'nich

Miir'af-a (-she-?)
MUr'free^-bor-ough
Mur'rum-bid-gee
Mur-vi-e'dro (mur-

ve-a' dro)
Mus-(^t'
MQs-ca-tine'
Mu8-co'gee
Mus'co-vy
Mus-kin'gum
Mus'sel-biirgh

(-biirg, or-bur-o)
Myc'o-ni
Myc'o-nos
My-sore'
Myt'i-le



N.



Na'as

Na-ba-jo'a (-ho'a)
Nac-og-do'che§
Nag-poor'
Na-hant'
Na-ma'qu^s
Na'mur, or
Na-mur'



Nan-gai-sa'kj

Nan-kin'

Nan'se-mond

Nantes

Nan'ti-coke

Nant'wich (-ich)

Na'ple§ (na'plz)

Nap'lous

Nap'o-1}

Nar-bonne'

Na-ma'da

Na^e'by

Na-sho'ba

Nas'sau

Na'tal, or Na-tSl'

Natcli-i-toch'e§ , {or

nak'e-tosh)
Na-t5'li-a'
Nat-tore'
Naii'ga-tuck
Naup'li-Ji
Nav'an
Nav'a-rln
Nav-a-ri'no
Na-varre'
Nav-i-dad'
Neagh (na, or ne'fi)
Nedj'ed
Ne-em-bu-cu'
Neg-a-pa-tam'
Neg'ro-ponte
Neil-gher'ry
Neis'se (nl'se)
Nejin (na-zhin')
Nel-l6re'

Nemours (ne-mor')
Nenagh (ne-na')
Ne-paul'
Nep'is-sing
Nerac (na-rSk')
Nert's^hinsk
Nes'co-pec
Ne-thou' (ne-to')
Neufchatel (nuf-

sha-tel')
Neusatz (nbi'eats)
Neiise (nus)
Neu'sohl, {or nbl'-

z6l) [stat)
Neu'stadt, {or nbi'-
Ne'va, (or na-va')
Ne-va'da
Nevers (ne-vir')
Nev'er-sink
New ^-cho'ta
New'found-land
New Gre-na'dai
New Or'ie-an§
Ngami ('n-ga'me)
Ni-ag'^-ra
Nic-£i-ra'gua (gwa)



Nice (nes)
Nic-o-bar'
Nic-o-let' (-la')
Ni-c6p'o-lj
Ni-co'sj-a, or

Ni-co-si'?
Nic-o-te'ra (-ta'-),or

Ni-co'te-ra (-ta-)
Nie'men
Nieu'port
Nievre (ne-a'vr)
Ni'ger

Nijni (nlzh'ne)
Nik-o-lal'ef
Nil-cund' "
Nim'e-guen (-|en)
Njm-we'gen (-vva'-)
Ni'brt (ne'br)
Ni'phon, or

Ni'plion
NTp'is-sing
Nish-a-pour'
Nismes, or Nimes
(nemz, or nem)
Nis-si-bin'
Nitcli-e-guon'
Ni-velles' (ne-vel')
No-ce'ra (-cha'-)
Nord-hau'sen (nbrt-

hbu'zen)
Nordkbping (nort'-

ko-ping)
Nbrdlingen (nbrt'-
Img-en) [fok)
Nbr'folk, {or nbr'-
Nbr'ridge-wock
Nor'wich (nor'rjj)
No-va'ra
Nov-go-rod', or

Nov-o-go-rod'
Nox'u-bee
Noyon (nwa yong')
Nu-e'ce§ (nu-a'ses)
Nue-vi'tas (nwa-)
Nu-ka-ki'v^
Nu'rem-berg
Nykbping (ne-ko'-
PJng)

0.

Oahu (wa'ho)
Oajaca (wa-ha'ka)
g-beid' (o-bad')
6'ber-lin
OcaSa (o-kan'ya)
Oc-co-qu§Ln'
O-ce-an'a (o-she-)
O-^e-o'la
6'chil
Ocl£-i9-ko'nee



MODERN GEOGHAPHICAL NAMES.



375



Oc-mul'|ee

O-co'aee

O'cra-coke

^c-tg-ra'ra

O'den-see

O-dey-pore'

oe'den-burg

oe'la'iid (e'lanidj)

OeWcels)

oe're-br5

oe'sel (o'sel;)

•Oet'ting-eE

■Qf fen-Mch

«Qg'den§-burg

O-gee'chee

O'gle-thorpe (-gl-)

Oglio (ol'yo)

Oise (waz)

O-ka-iiag'ar

^k-hotsk'

<3k-tib'be-h3,

iOl'den-biirg

O-le-an'

Oleggio ,(o-led'jo)

O-le-o'na'

Oleron rs-la-rong')

lOl-i-ven'za

Olmiitz (ol'snuts)

Ol'p-netz, or

d-lo'netz /-nets)
O-l'ot'

O-raaH'

^-mo'a

Om-p6m-^^«o6'si>c

C)-ne'g|i

dneglia {o-nal'yaj

C)-neI'd?i

^jn-on-da/gst

iOn-ta'ri-«

(Oo-jeTn'

06-na-las'fce

Oor'fi

06-r6o-mee'a

Oos-t^-nsLu'lee

<66s'ter-JU»u.t

<3p-e-icu'saie

■Qp'pen-heiin

O-rSn', or O'ran

"Srebro j^or'eJarou)

•Or'e-goH

O'rel, orO-rel'

O-reUra/na, (or 6-

rel-ya'na)
■0'i?en-burg
■O-ren'se ^-sa)
lO-rj-hue'la (o-ire-

wa'laj
aO-ri-no'c6
O-rls'ka-ny
nb'Xis-iik'jaa



6r-i-za'ba

or'ie-an§
or-16f'

Cr-o-pe'sa (-pa'-)
6r'so-va
6r'te-gal
Ortliez («r-ta',)
O-ru'ba
O-cu'ro

or-vj-e'to^-a"'-)
O-sage^
6s-ce-o'la
Osh'kosh
Ssli-mse-nayfi'
Qs'i-nio
S^'na-biirg
5s-ssi-biLw'
jOs' si-pee
5s'so-la
Os'so-ry
Os-su'na
Os-lend'
6s't4-aks

Os-tra'si-a (-^e-a)
6s-we-gktch'ie
Os-we'go
6?'wes-try
5t-a-ba'lo
0't?i-heite,'W
O-ta-hei'te
Ot-cha'kov, or
' (5t-cha-k6v^
•O -trail' to, or
' O'tran-to
Qt-se'go
Ct'ta-wa

Oua^h-i-ta' (wSsk)
6ude (6d)
oude'narde, (or iJu-

de-nar'dli)
ou'fa (o^fd)
Ofin'dle (un'41)
ou'ral, «»• ou-ra3'
^u-ralsk'
6u-ri'q«e (-ka)
^ur'fa (or' fa)
our'ga (er'gi/)
our-mi'ah
Ourthe (6rt)

ou-tchang-ffiu'

(o-chang-fis'v)
ouz4>eks'
O-ver-ys'sel
O-vi-e'ido j(-a'-)
O-vo'ca
6-was'eo
d-we'go
0-why'hee
6-ya-poc'
0-_zarJ£'



P.



P9 chu'ca

Pac'o-let

Pa-dang'

Pa^i'er-bfcsss

Pad'o-va

Pad'u-a

Paglia (pal'ya)

Pais'ley

Pa-fat'i-nate

Pal'a-tine

Pal-a-wan'

Pal -em-bang'

Pa-lin'ci-a

Pa-len^que (-ka)

Pal'es-tine

Pai-es-trl'na

Pal-iian-poor'

Pal-i-ca.ud^her';ry

Pal'ij-ser

Pal-ml'ras

Pal-my'in

Pam'li-co

Pam-pe-lu'na,

Pam-pio'na

Pan-a-ma'

Pa-nay' jffpa-M'y

Pa-rio'la^

Pa-nu'c5

Pa'o-la

Pap'u-a

Fa-ra'

Pir-a-guay'<, or

PaT^^-guay'
Par-ai^ba
Par-a-mar'i-bo, or

Pa-ra-ma-ri'bc
Par-a-na'
Pa-ra-na-gua''
Par-a-rt-a-i'ba
Par-a-ti'
Fa-rec'ciii-a
jEa'ri-a "^
Pa-rl'jJia
Par-i-na'
Par-me-sarf'
Par-vai'
Pae-ca-gon'l^
Pas-cua'r5
Pag-q«o-tank^
Pas-sa'ic

Pas-sa-ma-quod ' %'
Pas-sa-r66-wan'
Passau (pas'sou)
Pas-sy' (pas-sS')
Pat-a-go'ni-a
Pa-tay'
Pat'e-.ra
Pfi-tras'
Pauj:jj6j



Pa-vi'a

Paw'ca-tuck

Paw-tuck'et

Pay'tfi

Pee'blef (pe^blz)

Pel'ho, {07- pa'Jio)

Pel'piis, (oj-pa'e-

Pe-king'. or [pusl

Pe-kin'
Pe-levv'
Pem'bi-na
Pem-j-^e-was'set

'(-e-je-woe'seQ
Pe^nang'
Pen-ryn', or

Pgn'ryfi
Pen-sa-co'la
Penzance'
Pe-6'ri-a
Per-di'do
Per-e-slavl'
Per' go-la
PedgordV{per'e-

,gOY'i) {gil'^

Perigueux .(per'e-
Per-na';gua
Per-nam-bu'c5
Per'nau fper'nou)
Pe-*o'te (pa-ro'ta)
PerpignaB(per-peH-

yang')
Per-quim'an^
S^er'si-a (per'.she-s(^
Pe-ru'|i-a
Pe'sat-ro (pa'-)
Pes plii-e'ra (-a'-^
Pe-sna'AVur
P,gsth (pest) •
Pe-tchee-lee'
P.g'-Jear-bor-ough
Pe-ter-war'dela
Pe-tro-za-vodskf'
Pet-sqho'ra
Phi-llp'.pinef
Phil-ip-pop'o-l}
Pi-Ei-cen'za (pe-a-

ch&nt'sa)
Pia've r(-va)
Plc'ar-dy
Pi-cMn'cIij^

Pi '£9

Pic-tou' <pik-t6':)
Pied'mont
Pi-en'za (pe-ent'sS;)
Pi-e't9-Ja,(-a'-)
Pignerol (pin-ya-
Pil-co-ma'yo [rol'^
Pil'lau (pil'lou)
Pin-e-r6'l6
Pi-om-bi'no
Pig'u? (pik'waD



376



MODEHN GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Fir'ma-s&ns

Pi'sa

Pis-cat''a-qua

Pis-cat'a-quis

Pis-to'ja (pis-to'ya)

Pit'caith-ly

Pi'tea

Pla-cen'cj-a

Placer Cpiarther')

Pla-cer''
Plaque-mine'
Pla'fa, La
Plau'en (plbu'en)
Plels'se (pli'se)
Po-co-iBoke"'
Pod-k'ghj a
Point Cou-pee'
Poitiers (poi-terz.'^

or pwa'te-a)
Pol-ta'va
Pom-pe'i-i
Pon-di-^ker'ry
Pont-^har-tratn^'
Pontefract (pom'-

fiset)
Pon-te-v«'ti:a(-va'-)
Pon'tj-ac
Pon'to-toc
Po-pa-yan'
Po-per-Tng'en
Po p-o-ca.' ta-petl
Port'-a^-Prince''

(-0-) [Che)

Por'tj-ci, {or p5r'te-
Port Ma-hon'
Porto Pray'a
For' to Ri'c5
Po'fen
Po-si-llp'po
Po-tett'za(-tent's'a.)
Po-to''m?te
P5-to-si', or Po-to''s}
Pot-t^-wait'o-mie§
Pough-keep'sie
PSw-tiat-tan'
Po-y^ng* |o/lo)
Poz-zu-6^1b» (p5t-Stt-
Praguie Cl^^g)
Prai'rie-du-CMen''
Preble (preb'bl)
Preg'el [lou)

Prenz'low (prents'-
Presqjue Iste

(presfe-el')
Pres'teigne (-ten)
Pres-ton-pan§'
Prev'e-sa
Prieg'nitz (-nits)
Prin-ci-pa'to(-che )'
Fri-vas'^ [vans')
Sravence (prov-



Pnissia (prush'a, or

pru'sha)
Prutli (prat) [izl)
Przeniysl (zlieni'-
Pskov (skof)
Puebla (pwa'bfe,

or pa-a'Wa)
Pu-er'ta Ri'co
Puglia (pul'ya)
Pvvllheli(p61-liel'e>
Pyr'e-nee|



Q.



Quebec'
Ctu6d'lin-burg
duel'pkert
Clue-ra'ta-ro> (ka->
Quesnoy (ken-wa')'
duibercwi (ke-

broiig')
Q,uil-e-ma'ne(kil-)
Q,ui-li-a'n& (kwe-)
Q,uil-i-man'cy
aui'lo-a (ke'->
Ciuimper (kaia-
Q,uin'e-b£iug [pdr')
Q,uir'i-nal
aui'to (ke'to)

R

Eaab (rab>

R^-bat'

Ra-cine'

Eae-o-ni'^

Rad'a-ma

Ra-gu'sa

Rih'way

Rai'^in.

Ra-ja-miiii'<iry

Raj-poo-ta'na

RsL'leigh (^rSLw'le)

Raradbouillet (rant-

bol-ya')
Ramv-il-lie^"
Ean^ca'gua
Ra-pides'' (-ped')
Kap-pa-Mn'iiocfc
Rar'i-tan
Ras'tadt (-stat)
Rath-keale^
Eafi-b^
Rat'is-bore
Rav' ens -berg
Rav'en-stein
Read'jng
Re-ca-na.'ti (iS-)
Ee-ci''fe (ra-se'fe),
Re'|en (ra'-)
Reggio Cred'jp),



Re-h5'l»tb
Rel'chen-au (-ou)
ReT'chen-ba^h
Rei'clien-hei'g
Rei^Ti'stadt (-stat)
Rei'ki-a-vik
Reinis

Re-i-no^sa (ra-)
Renaix (re-na'>
Een'frew (-frfl)
Rennes (ren)
RSns'se-laer
Re-sS'cS
Re-si/na (ra-)
Re'its (ra'us) (Sp.)
Reus, (or riiis)

(Ger.)
Reu:t'ling-en(rbit'-)
Re\f^ei

Re-vil'la (-vel'ya)
Rhe_(ra)
Rhea (ra)
RbeiiB^^ (remz,

remz, or rangz)
Rliein'thal(rln' ml>
Rh6<5e^ (r5dz>
Rhodez (ro-da')
Ri-?-zan'
Ric-C'd-ree|'
Riqhe'lieu, {or

resit' e-lu)
Rideau (r'e-dS')
Rie'sen-ge-birf' e
Ri-e'tj (re-a'te)
Ri'ga, »r Ri'ga
Rig'o-let
Rim'i-ni
Ri-o-bain'ba.
Ri'5 Bl-a'vo
Ri'o Col-o-ra'do
Rl'o del Norte
Ri'o Dul'ce (-sa)
Ri'o Grande, or

Grln'de (-da)
RioJaneiroi (rs'6-

ja-na're, or r3'-

6-JEi-ne'ro)
Ri-5m' (re-ong')
Ri'o &a-ra'd5
Ri'o Ti'gre
Ri'5 Ver'de
Ri'pen

Ris-to-gouche?
RivVIf.
Roane (ron)
Ro-anne'
Roi-an-oke'
Rech'dale:
Ro^ he' fort
Rochefoucault

Crosh'fo-ka'i'



Ro-^helle*^
Roer-mon'de
R6'ga-§en
Ro-hil-cund' [ya)
Romagna (ro-man'-
Ro-ma'ni-a, or-

Ro-EQ^-ni'a
Rom'ford
Ron-ces-val'les
Ros'bach
Ros-c5m'moa
Ros-crea'
Ros-sa'no
TiS'tlien-burg (ro^-

te'n>-bi&rg).
Roth'er-ham
Rothe-say'
Rot'ter-dam
Roubaix (ro-M')
Rou'en^or r6-ang')>
Roalers (ro-lir')
Roussillon (ro-sil'-

yong')
Eo-ve-re'^^do [yo)
Roviguo (ro-ven/-
Ro-vi'go
Row-an'

Ru'dol-stadt (-stat>
Rugen (ru'gen)
Ru-me'li-a, or

Ru-me-li'91
Rap-pin'
Rassia (rSsh'aj, er

rii'sha>
R^st'schuck
Rutb'er-ford
Rfl-ther-gleii*



S.



Saade (sad)

Saal (sal)

Saa'le

SaaPfeld (-^lt>

Saarbriick (sar'-

Saar-lou'is [bruk>

Saatz (sats)

S^bi'na

Sa-bine^

Sa-ble-stan'

Sack-a-tDo'

Sa'co'

SsLcsy or Sauks

^g-a-da-hoc'

Sag-ha-11'en, or

Sa-gha'li-en
Sag'i-niw
Sague'nay (^g'na)
Sah'51-ra, or

Sa-ha'ra
Ssk-ruji-pora*



MODERN GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



377



Said (sid)

Sai'da

Sa'ide

Sal-gon'

St. M'bans, {or

aw'bunz)
St. A'mand (sant-)
St. Af'aph
St. Au-gus-tiue'
St. Brieux (sang-

bre-a')
St. Cloud, (or

sang'klo')
St. Col'umb
St. Croix (-krbix,

or -krwa)
St. Cyr (sang'ser')
St. Den'is, (or

sang-de-ne')
Saintes (sahgt)
St. Etienne (et-e-

en')
St. Eu-sta'ti-a

(-she-a) [le'pa)
St. Fe-li'pe (-fa-
st, ^en-e-vieve'
St. ^er'niain, (or

saiig-zher-

mang')
St. ^ibr'|i5(-jbr'jo)
St. ^io-viin'ni
St. Go't'hard "
St. He-le'n|i
St. Hsl'i-er
St. Il-de-ftn'so
St. Ja'go, {or -ya'-)
St. L6u'is,'( or -lo'e)
St. Lu'ci-^, (or -lu-

se')
St. Mi'cha-el
St. Mlg^uel '(-mig'-
wel, or me-gel')
St. Neots (-Dots)
St. O'mer, {or -5-

mir') [tonzh')
Saintonge (sang-
St. Pierre, {or

sang-pe-ar')
St. Cluen'tin, {or

sang-kan-tang')
St. Sal-va-dor'
St. Se-bas'tian (-se-

bast'yan)
St. Ser-van'

(Ving')
St. Sev-er-i'nai
St. Yrieix (-e're-a)
Sak'ka-ra
Sa-la'do
iSal-a-mo-iiie'
Sai'iord; or



Sal'ford
Sci-li'na (Italy)
S^-li'na (U. S.)
Ssi-lIne', or

Sa-line'
S§.lif'bu-ry
Sal-lee'
Sal-lil'lo (-yo)
Sa-l6'na
Sal-o-ni'c^
Sal'op, or Sa'lop
Sal-sette'
Sa-lu'da

Sa-luz'z5 (-lut's5)
Sal-va-dor'
Sal-win'
Salz'bUrg
Salz' we-del (salts'-

wa-del)
Sa-ma'na, or

Sa-raa-na'
Sa-mar'
Sam-a-rang'
Sam-ar-cand'
Sam'bre (sara'br)
Sam-o-*i'ti-a
Sam-o-thra'ki
Sam by-ede^'
Sam-soon'
San Au-gus-tine'
San Di-e'go (-a'-)
San-do-mir' [-wij)
Sand'wjch, {or
Saa Fian-cis'co
San-ga'j
San'ga-moii
San-i-iac' [ken')
San Joaquin (ho-a-
San Jose (-ho-sa')
San Ju'^in (-ho-an')
San Ma-ri'no
Sanquhar (-kwar')
San-san'ding
S&n'ta Crijz (-krus)
San'ta Fe, {or -fa')
San'ta Ma-ri'51
San-tin'der
San'ta-rem
San'ta Ro-sa-li'a
San-ti-a'g5
San-til-ia'na (san-

til -ya'na)
San-to-ri'ni
Saone (son)
Sar'a-bat
Sar a-gos'sai
Sar-a-nac' '
Sar-a-tof
Sar-a-wak'
Sar-a-wan'
Sa-ray-a-cii'



Sa-ree', or Sa-ri'
Sarthe (sart)
Sas-ka-shaw'in, or
Sas-katch'a-wan
Sas'sjt-ri
Sat-a-do6'
Sa-ta'li-a, or

'Sa-ta-ii'a
Sa-ta'rah
Sau-gur'

Sault(s6)St. Ma'ry
Saujnur (so-mur')
Save, or Save
Save-nay'
Savigliano (sav-el-

ya'no) [ye)
Savigny (sa-ven'-
Sav'o-lax
Sa-v6'na

Sa-vby', or Sav'by
Saxe-Al'ten-bttrg
Saxe-Wei'mar
Sayn (sin)
Sca-lell'
Scan-de-r6on'
Scain-di-na'vi-a
Scar'bor-ough

(-burro)
Scar' pan-to
ychaff-hau'sen

(-hba'-) ■

S^hau'en-burg

(shbu'-)
Scheldt, or Scheldt

(skeIt,orshelt)
S^hel-es-tadt'

(sliel-es-tat')
Schel'ling'
Schem'nitz
Sghe-nec'ta-dy
Schiedam'
S^hi-raz', or

S^hi'raz
Sgho-har'ie
Schbnbrunn

(shen'briin)
S^ho'nen
Sghoo'djc
Schbu'wen
S^hum'la
Schuy'ler (skl'ler)
Schuyl'kill (Gkul'-
Schwa'bach [kil)
S^jhwcLrt'zen-burg
Schwarz'biirg
S^hwarz'wald
Schweid'nitz
S^hwein'ftirt
Schweltz (shwits)
S^hwer'in, or
S^hwe-rln'



Scigliano (shjl-ya'-

S^il'ly [no)

Scjinde

S^I'6, {or she'6)

S^I-o'to

S^it'u-ate

Scla-v6'ni-a

Scu'ta-ri. or

Scu-ta'rj
Se-a'ra
Se-ba'g5
Se-bas'to-pol, or

Seb-as-t5'pol
Se-ben'i-co
Sec'ghia
Se-cun-der-a-bM'
Se-dan'
Seg-es-tan'
Segni (san'ye)
Se-gbr'be
Se-go'vi-a
Seine (san, or sen)
Seis-tan'
Sel-en-|insk'
Sem'i-n6le§
Sem'pagh
Sen'e-ca
Sen'e-gal
Sen-e-gam'bi-at
Sen-naar'
Ser-am-p6re'
Sereth (sa-ret')
Ser-i-na' gur
Se-ring-a-pa-tam'
Ser-plian'to
Se'si-a (sa'-)
Se-tu'bal
Se-vas'to-pol, or

Sev-sis-to'pol
Se-vier'
Sev'ille, or

Se-ville'
Sevre (savr)
Sevres (savr)
Se-wjs-ten'
Sey-^hellef' (sa-

shelz')
Seyne (san)
Shah-a-bad'
Sha'mo
Shang-hal'
Shat-ul-Ar'ab
Shawangunk

(shong'gvm)
Shaw'nee-tbwn
She-bby'gan
Sheer-ness'
Shen-an-do'ah
Sher-shell'
Shi-^-was'see
(-wos'-)"



378



MODERN GEOGr.APPIICAL NAMES.



Shi-raz', or Shi'raz
Sliir-vaa'
Sho-sli6'nee§
Shrew§'bu-ry
Shum'la '
Si-am', or Si'am
Si-cul-ia'no (-ya'-)
Sieg'berg
Sie'gen

Si-er'ra Le-6'ne
Sj-er'ra Ne-Va'da
SIg'ma-rlng-en
Si-guen'za
Si-kokf , or
Sit-kokf
Sil-het'
Simbirsk'
Sim-fe-ro'pol, or
Sini-fe-ro-pol'

(-fa-) ■
Slm'plon,(or sing'-

plong')
STn-ca-p5re'
Sin-gan'

Sin-ga-p6re'(sing-)
Sinigaglia (sin-e-

gal'ya)
Sln'o-pe, or

S{-n6'pe
Sioux (se-6', or so)
Sir-hind'
Si-s&l'
Sis-to'va
Si-ut'
Sj-vas'
Si-wah'
Skag'er Rack
Sken-e-at'e-Ies
Skib-be-reen'
Slieb-bioom'
Sluys (slos, or

slbis)
Smal'cal-den.
Smo-lensk'
S nee-hat' tan
Snow'don
Soane

Soc-o-nus'c5
So-c5'tra, or

Soc'o-tra
So-la'la
Soignies (sbing'-

nes, or swan-

ye') [s5ng')
Soissons (swas'-
So-leure'
S51-fa-ta'ra
Sol-fe-ri'n5
Som'er-set
Som'eVf (Isles)
Somme



Soin-na.uth'

(-nawt')
S6n'der-hau'§en

(-hou'-)
So-n6'ra
S66-I06'
So-phi'at
So-ra'ta

So-ielle', or Sor'el
So-r6'ra
Sor-ren'to, or

Sor'ren-to
Sou- dan'
Sou-r^-bay'a
Soutliwark (suth'-
Sou-zel' fairk)

Spa, or SpS.
Spa-la'tro
Span'dau (-dbu)
Spey (spa)
Spey'er

Spezia (sped'ze-a)
Spezzia (spet'se-a)
Spitz-berg'en
SplUgen (splu'gen)
Spo-le'to (spo-la'to)
Spor'a-de§
Squim
Squil-la'ce (skwjl-

la'cha)
Sta'broek (-brok)
Sta-gi'ra [na)

Stal-i-me'ne (-ma'-
Stam-boul'
Stam-pa-li'j
SKin-o-vb:'
Star'gard (-gart)
Stat'en Is'land
Staun'ton
Stai-van'ger

r-vang'-)
St3.v'er-en
Steen'be'rg-en
Stet'tin', or

Stet'tjn
Steii'ben, or
Steu-ben'
Steu'ben-ville
Stey'er

Stey'ning (sta'-)
Stock'hohn
Stour

Stoiir'bridge
Stra-bane', or

Stra-bane'
Stral'sund
StiSn'ra-er, or

Stran-raer'
Strath-a'ven
Strau'bing (strciu'-)
Strel'jtz (-its)



Striv'a-li, or

Stri-va'li
Strom'bo-li
Stiii'min-ster
Stutt'gard
Sua'bi-a
Sud'kem
Siib'lettes
Su-der-raa'ni-a
Su-dg'tes
Sii'ez

Suffolk, {or -fok)
Su-gul-mes'sa
Sui'ra (swe'ra)
Sul-mo'na
Su-ma'tra
Sum-ba'wsi
Su-rat'
Siir-i-nam'
Su-sara'
Su-wa'nee .
Sve'a-borg (sva'-)
Swan'^ea
Swe'den
Swinemlinde (swe-

na-miin'da)
Switz'er-land
Sy-e'ne

Szar-vas' (zar-)
Szeg-e-din' (zeg-)



T.



Tab-a-ree'ha
Ta-briz', or

Ta-breez'
Ta-ca'mes
Tac-?-ri'gu3
Ta-caz'ze ^.
Ta-c6'ny
Tac-u-bay'gi
Tad'cas-ter
Tad-ou-sae'
Tafi-let
Tag'an-rock, or

Tag'an-rog
Ta-gaz'ze
Tagliamento (tal-

ya-men'to)
Ta-hi'ti
Tai-wan'
Tal-a-ve'ra (-va'-)
Tsll'bot
Tal-ca-hua'na
Taliaferro (tol'e-
Tal-la-de'ga [ver)
Tal-la-hatch'ie'
Tam-a'qua
Tam-a-ra'ca
Tam'a-tave
Tam-a,u-li'pais



Tam-bo'ra
Ta-ini§e'
Tani-pj'co
T^i-nan-a-ri'voo, or

Ta-n^-na-ri-v66'
Ta-na'ro, or

Ta'na-ro
Ta'uey
Tan-lier'
Tan-jore'
Tan-nas'se-rlm
Tan-ne-sar'
Ta-or-mi'na
T^-pa'jos (-yos)
Tap-pa-han'nock
Tap-te'e'
Tar-a-kai'
Tar'an-to
Ta-rare'
Ta-ras-con'
Tar-bag-tai'
Tarbe's (tarb)
Tai-ri'fa

Ta-ri'ja (ta-re'ha)
Tar'no-pbl, or

Tair-no'pol
Tar'por-ley
Tar-ra-go'na
Tar'u-dant
Tasli-kend'
Tash-kund'
Ta^-ma'ni-ai
Tis-si-su'don
Tau'ber (tou'-)
Tau'de-ny
Taun'ton
Tau'ri-da
Tav'ast-huus
Tav'ast-lSLnd
Ta-vl'ra
Tav'is-tock
Tay-a'bas
Taze'well
Tcha'ny
Tcher'ni-gof
Tchud^'koe
Tci-natt'
Te-a'ki
Te^he (tesh)
Teem-boo'
Tefljs
Te-ha'ma
Tg-he-ran', or

Teh-raun'
Te-liuan'te-pec
Teign (tin, or tan)
Teign'mouth(tin'-)
Te-ju'co rte-hu'co)
T61-in-ga'na
Tel-ii-cher'ry
Tel'lj-co



MODERN GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



379



Tem-es-var'

Tem-ple-more'

Te-nSs'se-rim

Tin'e-riffe

Teii-nes-see'

Ten'ter-den

Tep-e-a'ca

Te-pic'

Te-poz-cg-lu'la

Te-quen-d^-ma', or
Teq-uen-da'raa

Ter'a-m5

Ter-ce'i-ra (-sa'e-)

Ter-ce'ra (-sa'ra)

Ter'nij-ni

Ter'mo-li

Ter-nate',or.
Ter'nate

Ter-rst-ci'na, {or
-che'na)

Ter'ra del Fue'go
(-fwa'go)

Ter'ra di La-v6'r6

Ter-ra-no'va [bon')

Terre Bonne (tir-

Terre Haute (tar-
hot', or ter'e-)

Tes^h'en (tesli'en)

Tes sin', or
Tes'sin

Tet-u-an'

Tev-«-ro'ne

Tev'i'-ot, {or tiv'-)

Tewks'bu-ry

Teyn (tlii)

Tez-cu'co

Thame (tam)

Thames (temz)

Than'et

The-a'kj

The'b?-id

Thebef

Thelss (tis)

Theresienstadt
(t?-ra'ze-en-
stat')

Thiagur (te-a'gur),
orThi-a-gur'(te )

Thibet (te-bef)

Thibodeauxville
(tlb-o-do'vil)

Thiel (tel)

Thielt (telt)

Thiers (te-ir')

Thl'va (te'va)

Tho'len (lo'len)

Tho'mar (to'mar)

Thorn, {or torn)

Than (tun)

Thurgau (tur'gou)

Thur-go'vj-st



Thu-rln'lj-a

Thurle§

Tib'bo, or Tib-boo'

Ti-bet', or Tib'et

Tigh'vin

Ti-ci'no, {or te-

che'no)
Ti-con-de-r6'ga
Tj-dore' '
Tiel (tel)
Ti-en-tsin'
Ti'gre (te'gra)
Ti-la'pi
Til-la-to'ba
Tjm-buc'too, or

Tim-buc-t66'
Ti'mbr, or

Ti-m5r'
Tim-or-lsLut'
Tim-pa-no' gos
Tin'j-an
Tin-ne-vel'ly
Ti-6'ga
T{-6ugh-ni-6'gsi

(te-o-j
Tip'e-ra
Tip-pe-ca-noe'
Tip-pe-ra'ry
Tir-ee'
Tirle-mont'
Tish-e-min'g5
Til-i-ca'ca
Tit'te-rie
Tiv'er-ton
Tiv'o-li ■
Tlal-'pan'
Tlem-san'
To-ba'go
To-bol'
To-bolsk'
To-bo'so
T6-can-tin|'
To-cat'
To cay 'a
To-cu'yo
T6d'mbr-den
Toplitz (te'p'llts)
To-kay'
To-le'do
To-len-ti'no
To-15'sa
To-lu'ca
Tom-beck'bee
Tom-big'bee
Tom-buc'too
Tong-a-ta'boo



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