Joseph E. (Joseph Emerson) Worcester.

A primary pronouncing dictionary of the English language : with vocabularies of classical, Scripture, and modern geographical names online

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names is a difficult part of orthoepy.
For some observations on this subject,
see the Universal, Comprehensive, and
Elementary Dictionaries of the Author



AAl'borg (il'-)
-Air'gau (ar'gou)
Air'huus (ar'hos)
Ab'^-co
Ab-a-kan'
Ab-a-kansk'
Ab-an-cay' (-kl')
A-ba'no
A-bas'ci-a
Abbe-vllle', Fr.
Ab'be-viUe, S. C.
Ab-er-broth'ock
Ab-er-dSen'
Ab-er-g^-ven'ny
Ab-er-neth'y
Ab-er-yst'with
Ab-o-mey' (-ma')
Abooshehr'(-shir')
Ab-6u-kir'
Ab-ou-sir'
Ab-6u-ti*e'
A-brol'hos (-yos)
Abruzzo (-brut'so)
Ab-fi-ti*e'
Ab-ys-sin'i-51
Ac-a-pul'co
Ac-co-mac'
A-cheen'
Ach'min
Acqs (aks)
Ac'qui (ak'kwe)



A-diir'

Ad'a-na.

Ad-i-ron'l^ck

Ad'ier-berg

A-dour'

Ad-ra-mi'ti

A-dri-an-5'pIe

A-dri-at'}C

^-*5'an

^Eg'i-na, or JE-^V-

na
^rbe (a'ro-e)
Af-ghan-is-tan', or

Af-ghan-is'tjn
Af-i-oum'
Af-ra-g5'lai
Af'rj-ca
Ag'a-de§, or A-ga'-

de|
Agde (agd)
Agen (a'zhang')
Ag'ger-huus
A*'in-court, (or

ad'jin-k6r)
Agnone (an-yo'na)
A-guay'5
Ah-med-a-bSLd'
Ah-med-nug'gur
Algh'stadt
Ai'gle
Ain-tab'



Aisne (an)
Aix (aks)
Aix-la-Cha-pelle'

(aks-la-sh,j-pel')
Ajaccio (^-yat'-

cho)
A-jan'

A-jas-a-luck'
Aj-meer'
Ak-bar-a-bS.d'
Ak-er-man'
Ak-hjs-sar'
Ak-mim'
Ak-shehr'(-sh&rO
Al-a-ba'ma
A-lach'u-5i
Al-a^du'li-a
A-lais' (a-ia')
Al'a-mo
Al'a-mos
A-lap-a-h§.'
Al'a-qua.
Ala-ta-ma-hi' (al-

tj-ma-haw')
Albacete (al-bai-

tha'ta)
Al-ba'ni-a, or Al-

ba-ni'fi
Al-bl'no
Al-be-marle'
Al-be-fe'r§i (-fa'ra)



Al-bu-quer'que (iit

bu-ker'ka)
Al-ka-la'
Al-ca' mo
AlcaSiz (al-k?n-

yeth')
Al-can't^i-ra
Al-ca-rJ'^
Alc'mier
Al-co'nsi
Al-co'y
Al'der-ney
A-len'^on (or al-

ang-song'
Alentejo (-ta'h5)
Al-es-san'dri-51
A-leii'tian
Al-ejf-in'drj-j
Al-gar've
Al-*e-zi'r5i3
Al-gier^'
Al-g5'^
Al-hi'mJi
Al-j-cant'
Al-i-ca't?
Al-i-cu'dj
Alk'miar
Al-la-hgi-bSid'
Al'lah-shehr
Al'le-gha-ny
Al'lo-a



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GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Al'lo-way
Al-mgi-den'
A.l-me'i-da (?tl-

raa'e-da)
Xl-ine-ri'51
^l-mo'rah
4il-mu-ne-car'
Alnwick (an'njk)
Al-pe'nji
Al-sace'
Al-t9-mi'rfi
Al-t^-mu'r^i
Al'ten-biirg
Al'ton
Al'to-na
Altzey (alt'si)
Al-va-ri'do
Am'a-ger
A-mal'l"i
Am-a-ra-pu'r?
A-ina'se-ra
A-tna'si a
Ain'a-zon
Ain-bert' (am-b4r')
Ain'ble-slde
Amboise (-bwaz')
Am-b(5y'nai
A-nied-a-bad'
Am-ed-na'gur
Am'e-land
A'mer^-fort
Am'er-sham
Ain-ha'ra
Am'herst (-erst)
Am'i-en^ (or am-

e-ang')
A-niite'

Amlwch (am'loch)
Am-mo-noo'suc
Am-os-keag'
A-ni6ur'
Am 'phi-la
A.m-ret-sir'
Am'ster-dam, or

Am-ster-dam,'
An-9-dir'
An-a-huac'
An'a-pa,
An-a-to'li-a
An-a-tol'i-co
An'cas-ter
An-c6'na
An-da-lu'§i-a
An-da-man' Isles
An-de-rab'
An'der-nach
An-dros-cog'gin
An-du'jar (-har)



An-dux'ar(du'h9r)

An-e-ga'dfi

Ang-er-msinn-

land'
Angers (ang'zhir)
An'gle-sey
An-go'l^t
An-go'ra ^
An-gos-tu'rgi »
Angouleme (ang-

go-lam')
Anjou ("ang-zho')
An-ko'ber
An'na-berg
An-nagh' (jn-na')
An-na-m66'k9i
An-nap'o-li3
Ann A-run'del
An'ne-cy
An-no-nay'
Ans'pach
An-ta'l6

An-te-que'ra (-ka')
Antibes (ang-teb')
An-ti-cos'ti
An-tie'tam
Antigua (^in-te'ga)
An-tille§', or An-
' til'le?
An'ti-ogh
An-ti-o-qui'j (an-

te-o-ke'a)
An-tip'a-ro3
An-ti-s'a'nsi
An-ti-v"a'ri
An-zi'co

Anzin (ang-zang')
An-zu-'an'
Ap'en-nine^
Ap-pa-lach'ee
Ap-pa-lach-i-co'la
Ap-pen-zell'
Ap-po-mat'tQX
A-pu're (a-pit'ra)
A-pu'ri-mac
A'qui (Vkwe)
Aquila (ak'we-li)
Aquileia (ak-vve-

la'ya)
A-qui'no
Ar'a-fat
Ar-a-guy'
A-rai^he', El
Ar'^l, or A-ral'
Aranjuez (ar-an-

hvveth')
Ar'a-rat
A-rau' (a-rou')



Ar-au-ca'nj-?

Ar'be

Ar-broath'

Ar£h-an'|el

Argh-i-pel'Vgo

Ar-cot'

Ar'de-bil

Ar-deche' (-dash')

Ar-de-lan'

Ar-dennes' (-den')

Ar'em-berg

Ar'en§-berg

Ar-e-qui'pa (-ke'-)

A-rez'zo (-ret'so)

Ar-gen-tan' Tar-

zhan-fang')
A r-*en-ta'r6
Argenteuil (ar-

zhan-tehl')
Argentiere (ar-

zhan'te-ir')
Ar-gos'to-lj
Ar-gyle'

Ar'|y-r5-Cas'tr5
A-ri'ca

Ariege (a're-azh')
A-rls'pe
Arkansas (ar-kan'-

sas or ar-kan-

saw')

Ar-ki'ko
Aries (arl)
Ar-magh' (?ir-ma')
Armagnac (kr-

man-yak')
Ar-me'ni-a
Arraentieres (ar-

mau'te-Ar')
Arn'helm
Arn'stadt
Ar'o-e
A-roo's'took
Ar-pi'n5
Arques (ark)
Ar-r^-c&n'
Ar-ri-ege' (-azh')
Ar'ris-berg
Artois (ar-tvva')
Ar'un-del, or

A-run'del)
As-^haf'fen-burg
Asch-erf-le'ben

(ash-erz-la'ben)
As'co-li
As-cut'ney
Ash-an-t56', or

A-shan'tee
Ash-mu-neln'



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AshVver

Ash-tj-b'il'l?

Ash'ue-lot

As-pern'

As-ph^il-tl'te?

As-pro-pot'9i-ni5

As-sam'

As-sin'ni-bbin

As-si'si

As-s6u-an'

As-ter-j-bad'

As-trfi-can'

As-tti'ri-fi

At-?i-ca'mai

At'ba-ra

Atch-?t-fa-lay'gi

At-cheen'

At-fe' (fit-fa')

Ath-a-pes'cow

Ath-lone'

Ath'ol, or A'thol

A-th^'

A-ti'n?

A-too'i

^-trd'to

A'tri

At't^t-l'a

Attigny (it-

ten'ye)
At-tock'
A-tu'i (a-to'e)
Aube (6b)
Aubenas (ob'na)
Aubigny(6-bin'ye)
Aubusson (o-bus-
. song')
Auch (osh)
Aude (od)
Au'er-bagh (ou'-)
Au'er-stadt {o\x'-)
lu'ie-Ia
^ug^'biirg {or

bug^'burg)
AU-gus'tg-vo
Aunis (o'ne)
Aurillac (o-rel'-

yak)
Au-riin-ga-bad'
Aus'ter-litz {or

bus'ter-lTTs)
Au-tun' (o-tun')
Auvergiie(o-virn')
Aux Cayes(o-kaz')
Auxerre (6-sd.r')
Auxonne (o-zon')
Av'a-lon
A-vats'cha
A-ve'i-r6(-va'-e-ro)



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Av-e-li'n3
Avenches

(9-vansh') _
Avesnes (a-van')
Aveyron (a-va-

rong')
Avezzano (a-vet-

sa'no)
Avignon (jiv'Sn-

yo'ng')
Av'i-la
^v-is'nji
A 'von

Av-by-Sllef'
Avranches

(av-ransh')
w^x-din'
A-ya-cfi'cho
Ayamonte (i-y?-

mon't?i)
Ayle§'bu-ry
j^-zer-bj-jan', or

Az-er-bal'jan
A-z5res', or

B.

Ba'bel-mXn-

DEL

Bacchiglione

(bak-el-yo'n?)
Bach-i-an'
Baa-9-jos' (bad-

9-h6s')
Bad-ak-shan'
Ba'den

Ba-den-wei'Ier
Baeza (ba-a'th^i)
Bag-dad'
Bag-na'ra (ban-

ya'ra)
Bagneres

(ban-yir')
Bagnols

(ban-y5l')
Bagnorea (bSn-

yo-ra'9)
B^i-ha'ma
Ba-har' *

Bahhrein (ba-rln')
Bah-i'a (ba-e'$i)
Ba-hi'reh
Bah'ling-en
Bahr'el Ab'i-ad
Bahr'el Az'rek
Bai'kal
Bai'reuth (bl'rut)



GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Bal-rout'

Baja (ba'ya) .,

Bakh'te-gan

Bal-a-ghiut'

Bal-^i-kla'v^i

Ba'Ja-ruc'

Bal-Ei-s6re'

Bal'?i-t6n

Bale

Bal-e-ar'ic

Bal-fu-rosh'

B?i-llze'

Bai-kan'

Bal-li-na'

Bal-li-nii-sl5e'

Bal-ly-shan'n9n

B41'ti-more

B^tm-bar'r?!

Bam-bouk'

Bam-j-an'

Bam-ma-koo'

Bsin-cal'lat-ry

Bin-cout'

Banf (bamf)

Ban-ga-lore'

Ban-kok'

Ban 'nock-bum

Ban-tam'

Bapaume

(ba-p5m')
Bar'a-ba
Bar-a-co'^
B?-raiche'
Bar-a-ta'ri-51
B^r-ba'doe|
Bar-bti'da
Bar-ce-lo'na
B§i-reil'ly(b£i-i'a'le)
Barnaul(bar-nbur')
Bar'ne-gat
B^-r5ach' (b^i-

roch')
Bj-ro'd^i
Bar'9-inetz
Bar-qui-sj-me'to

(-nia'to)
Barraux (bar-r5')
Barreges (bar-

razh')
Ba^'il

Basques (bask)
Bas-sa'no
Basse Terre (tit')
Bas-tan'
B^s-ti'3
Bastogne (bjis-

ton'e)
B?i-ta'vi-a



Bath

Baton Rouge
(ba-tn-rozh')

Battaglia (b^it-
tal'y^i)

Bat-tj-c^t-Io'si

Bausset (bo'sa)

Bautzen (bbut'sen)

Baux (bo)

B^i-va'-ri-si

Bay-?-.zid'
(bi-?i-zed')

Bayeux (ba-yu')

Ba-yonne'

Bay'ou (bl'6)

Bay'reuth

Baz-tan'

Bga'mjn-ster

Beam (ba-am')

Beaucaire(b6-k4r')

Beau'f9rt, S. C.

Beauley (bo'le)

Beau-ma'ris (bo-)

Beaune (bon)

Beauvais (bo-va')

Bec'clef (bek'klz)

Bed-nore'

Bed-6u-in§'

Bed-o-ween'

Beira (ba'e-ra)

Bei-rout'

Beja (ba'zha)

Be-ja-p6ur'

Be-ied'-el-Je-rid'

Be-lem'

B61-grade'

Belle-fon-taine'

Belle-ffnte'

Belle-Isle, or Bell-
isle (bel-il')

Belle- inonte'

Bel-ljn-zo'u^i

Bel-lu'no

Be-]66-chis-tan'

Be'lur-tag

Bel-vi-dere'

Be-na'ref

Ben-coo'len

Bend-e-m"ir'

Ben-e-ven'to

Ben-gil'

Ben-ga'zj

Ben-gue'la (ben-
ga'la)

Be-nin'

Ben-i-suef

Ben-Lo'mond

Ben-Ne'vis



Ben'ujng-ton

Ben-sa'lem

Bens'heim

Ben'theim (-tiin)

Be-rar'

Be-rat'

Ber-be'r5i

Ber-bice'

Ber e-zi'ngi

Ber- e-zof

Ber'gfi-mo

Berg'en

Berg'en-hdus

Berg 'eh-op-Zooia'

Bergues (berg)

Ber-h^m-pore'

Berlin', or

Ber'ljn
Ber-intt'dji
Ber'naird
Berne
B6r'ri-en
Ber-tig'
Ber'wick {or

ber'rjk)
Besan^on (ba-

zang'song')
Bes-s^-ra'bi-51
Beth'ie-hem
Bev-e-ren'
Beyra (ba'e-ra)
Bey'root

Beziers (bez-yAr')
Bhat-gong'
Bhiirt-pore'
Bi-al'ys-tok
Bid-^s-so'a
Biel'e-feld (-felt)
Biel'go-rod
Bi-enne'
Bil-ba'o
Bil-bo'a

Bil-e-dul'ge-rid
Bin-ga'zj
Bing'en
Bing'ham-t9n
Bi'6-bi-6
Bir'ket-el-Ke-

roun'
Bir'ket-el-Mar-

}-6ut'
Bir'mah
Bir'niing-ham
Bis-n^i-gar'
Bis-sa'go§
Bistineau (bis'-

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Blan'ken-burg



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GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



B16ch'ing-ley
Blei'berg
Blen'helm, or

Blen'heiin
Blois (blwa)
Bocage (bo-kazh')
B6'den-s5e'
BoBuf (buf)
Bog-lj-pSre'
Bo-g9-ta'

Boh'iner-wald
Bois-le-Duc (bwa-

le-dak'
Bok-ha'r?
Bo-li'v5ir, or Bol'-

i-var
Bologna (b?-

lon'ya)
Bol-se'na (bol-

sa'n'i)
Bol'so-ver
Bol-za'no
Bom-bay'
Bo-na-ven-tu'rji
Bon-dou'
Bo-ness'

Bon-j-f a'cio (-cho)
Boom (bom)
Boo-tin'
Bo-paul'

Bor-deaui' (-do')
Borgne (born)
Born 'holm
Bor-n6u' (bor-no')
Bor-o-di'no
Bosh-u-an'a^
Bos'na-Se-ral'
Bos'nsi-Se-ra'jo
Bo5'worth(-wurth)
Bot'e-toart (-tort)
Bouillon (bo-el-

yong') ^
Boujeiah(b6-ja'ya)
Boulogne (bo-Ion')
Bour'bon
Bourdeaux

(bor-do')
Bourg (borg)
Bourges (borzh)
Bou'ro
Bou-ton'

Bovines (bo-ven')
Bow'doin (bo'dn)
Bra'fc^nt
Era'ga
Bra'h}-l5w
Brah-m.^-poo'tr^t



Braidalbin (bred'-

al-bin)
Braunsberg

(brouns'berg)
Bra-zil'
Bfiiz'os

Brazza (brat'si)
Breath'jt
Bregh'in
Brec'on

Bre'd^t, or Bre-da'
Breg'entz
Brei'sagh
Brel'ten-ba£h
Brem'en

Bres'cisi (bres'ch^i)
Bres'lau (or

bres'Iou)
Bretagne(bre-tan')
Briancon (bre-

ang'song')'
Brl-&re'
Briel
Bri-enne'
Bri-entz'
Brieux (bre-tt')
Brigh'ton (bri'tn)
Brln'di-st
Bri-6ude'
Brls'agh
Bris'gau (-gb(i)
Broek (bruk)
Brom'ton
Bron'do-Io
Brook'lyn
Brough (bruf)
Briich'sal
Bru^gef
Bruhr(brul)
Brunn
Brus'sel3
Brzesc (zesk)
Bugh'fin
Bu-ghan'^n
Bu-cha-rest'
Bud'wels
Buenaire

(bwa-nir')
Bue-na-ven-tu'r^
Buenos Ayres

(bwa'n9s-i'res,

or ir'ez)
Builth (bilth)
Bu-ja-lan'ce
Buk-h'i'ri-ci'
Bu'la-mi
Bul-ga'ri-a
Bulkh



Bun'combe
(bungk'um)

Bun-del-ciind'

Buntz'lau (or
bunts'lou)

Biird-wan'

Burg

Bur'gos

Bur-h^m-pour'

Biir'ling-ton

Bur-rfim-poo'ter

Burscheid
(bur'shit)

Bury (ber'e)

Bu-shire'

Bu-trin-to'

By -ra'ghur

c.

Ca-bXr'ra3
Cdb'ell
Ca-ben'd?
C^i-bre'r? (k|i-

bra'ra)
Ca-bul'", or Ca'bul
Cab-u-lis-tan'
Caceres (ka'-

tha-res)
Cac-ha'o
Cachoeira (ka-

sho-a'e-ra)
Ca-dore'
Ca'en {^or kang)
Caer-mar'then
Caer-nar'von
Caer-phil'ly
Caf-fra'rj-a
Caffref (kSfferz)
Caf-j-ris-tan'
Cagiiari (kal'-

ya-re)
C^-haw'b^
Cahir (kdr)
Ca-h5'ki-?i
Ca-h66f'

Cahors (k?i-hbr')
Cal'cos (ki'kos)
Cairn-gorra'
Cairo (ki'ro)
Cai'ro, U. S.
Cal-^-bar'
Ca-Ia'bri-R, or Ca-

'la'bri-a
Cal'ajs (kal'is)
Cal-a-ma'ta
Cal-a-mi-a'uG^
Cal-a-ta-ydd'



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Cal-a-trl'v?
Calcasiu (kal'-

kst-sho)
Cal-cut't^i
Cal'der
Cal-e-do'nj-^i
Cal'en-berg
Cal-i'-cut'
Cai j-for'ni-si
C?il-la'o {or k?l-

ya'o)
Calne (kawn)
Cal-ta-gi-ro'ne
Cal-ta-nj-sct'ta
Cal'u-inet
Cal-va'dos
Cim-ba-hee'
Cam-bay'
Cam-bo'di-gi
Cam-bo^e'
Cam'hray, or

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

pan'ya)
Camp'bell

(k&m'el)
Cam-peach'y
Can-a-jo-har'ie
Can-^n-dai'gu^
Can-5i-n5re'
C?-na'r?, or C&n'.

a-ra
Ca-na'rief
Can-da-har'
Can-deish'
Ca-ne'a
Cannes (kan)
Can'tal, or

Cjtn-tal'
Can'ter-bu-ry
Can-ton', China.
Can'ton, U. S.
C^in-tyre'
Cape Bret'on, or

Cape Bre-ton'
Cape (p-lr'ar-deaii

(jir'^r-do)
Cape Hai'ti-en
Cap-i-ta-na't^
Ca'p5 d'ls'trj-^i
Ca'pri
Ca-rac'cas
Car'^-man
Car-a-ma'ni-^
C'ar-ca-sonnc'
Uiir'de-nas
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C^r-do'nj

CS.r-i-'a'co

Car-ib-be'^n

Car-ib-bee'

Car-ilsle' (kar-lil')

Car'lg-witz

Carl^-cro'n^i, or

Carlf-cro'n^
Carlsruhe (karlz'-

ro or karlz-ro'e)
Carmagnola (kar-

man-yo'l?)
Car-mo'n?
Car-nat'jc
Car-naLui'
Cir-ni-5'l?i
Car-9-li'na
Car-pa'thi-Ein
Car-pen-tras' (or

kar-pan-tra';
Car-ra'ra
Car-rick-fer'gus
Car-ta'go
Car'ter-et
Car-tha-ge'nj
Ca-fac'
Ca-sal'
Ca-saMe
Cas-a-na'n5i
Cas-biii'
Casch'au (-ou)
Cashalton (kas-

hor'tn)
Ca-shan'
Cish'ell
Cash-mere', or

Cash 'mere
Cas-si'na
Cas-si-qiii-a'ri
Cas-tel-nau'da-ry

(-tel-no'dfi-re')
Castiglione (kas-

tel-yo'na)
Cas-tile'
Castillon (kas-tel-

yong')
Cas-tine'
Cas'tle-bar' (kW-

sl-bar')
Cas'tle-ton (kSs'-

sl-ton)
Castres (kaj'tr)
Cas'tro ^io-van'nj
Cat-a-ba.in'bj
Cat-a-Iiou'la
Cat-a-l6'ni-a
Cu-fa'ni-a, or Ca-

ta'ni-a



GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Ca-tan-za'ro
Cateau Cambresis

(kat'o kam'-

bre-se)
Cath-91-ri'nen-

stadt
C?t-man'd63
Cgi-tbr'ce
Cat-t?-raLu'gug
Cgit-ta'ro
Cat'te-gat
Cau'cji-sus
Cjlugh-na-wa'g?i
Caune (kon)
Cau'ver-y, or Ci'-

ver-y
Cav'a-la
Ca,wn-pore'
Cax-a-mar'c^
CaJ-enne' (ki-en')
Cay-man' (ki-)
Cs-yu'g?
Cfi-yiise'
Caz-e-no'v}-?
Cec'il
Cefa-lii
Ce-la'no
Cll'e-bes
Cel'le
Ceph-a-lo'n|-a, or

Ceph-a-19-ni'at
Ce-ram'
Cerignola (ser-in-

yS'la)
Ce-rJ'go

Cer-ve'ra (-va'ra)
Cer'vi-a (cher've-)
Ce-se'na (cha-sa'-)
Ceu'ta (or sa'u-ta)
Ce-vennes' (-ven')
Cey-I5n', or

Cey'lon
Cha-ca'6
Cha-gaing'
Cha'gre (sha'gur)
yha'gre^
gha-leur'
QJhalons (shA-

long')

gham'ber-ry
ham'berf-bUrg
Cham-blee'
^ha'mou-ni', or

Qha-mou'ni
Champagne

(sham-pan 'ye)
^"ham-paign'
(sham-pan')



Cham-plain'
^han'de-leur'
<^han-der-na-gore'
ghan-til'Iy (shan-

tel'ye)
Ch9-pa'lgi
Chap'el-Hill
Charehte (sha-

rangt')
Char'i-ton
J0har'kov
^harle'mont
Charleroi (sharl-

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

(shar'Ie-vwa')
Char'lottes-ville
Chartres (shar'tr)
Cha-ryb'dis
ChH^u'Que
Chateaubriant

(shat-o'bre-angf)
Chateaudun (shat-

6-dun')
Chateau-Gonthjer

(shat-6-g6n'te-§i)
Chateauguay

(sliat-o-ga')
Chateauroux

(shat-o-ro')
Chatellerault

(shat'tel-ro')
Chat-ta-h66'chee
Chaudiere (sh6-

de-&r')
Chaumont (sho-

mong')
Chazy (sh§i-ze')
Chel'i-cut
Chelms'ford

(cheraz'ford)
Chel'ten-ham (or

chelt'njm)
JBhem'nitz
Che-mung'
Che-nan'go
Chen-yang'
Cher (shir)
Cher'burg
Cher-o-keS§'
4^he"r's9n

Chertsey (ches'se)
Ches'a-peake
Clie-siin'c66k
Chet-i-mach'e§
Chev'i-ot
Chi-a'na



Chl-a'pgi
jBhl-a'ri
jChi-a'v^-rl
jChi-gi-ven'nsi
yhi-ci'go (she-

kaw'go)
Chich'es-ter
Chick-gi-mag'gj
Chick'?-pee
Chick'?i-saw5
Chicot (she'ko)
jChi'em-see
Chi-enne'
Chieti (ke-a'tf)
Chi-hua'hua

(che-wa'wa)
CM'li(che'le)
Chil-ij-co'the
Chiloe (che-io-a')
Chim-b9-ra'z5
Chin-chil'lgt (or

chin-chel'y?)
Chln'su-ra
jehi'os'
Chip'pen-ham
Chip'pe-way
Chi-pus-co'?
Chi-qui'tos (che-

kS'tos)
Chiswick (chiz'ikj
Chit-a-gong'
Chit-tore'
Chi-vas'so
Chot'z}m
Cholmondely

(chum'le)
^ho-rgi-san', or

jCho-rac'sgtn
Cho-w^n'
jChris-ti-a'nai
.Chris-ti-a'ni-51
£3hrls'tigin-sand
JBhris'tian-stadl
Chu-la-ho'm§i
Chum'bul
Chum'leigh

(chiim'le)
Chitp'rah
Chu-quj-sa'cfi

(chu-ke-sa'k?)
Cic-a-cole'
Ci-en-fue'gos (the-

en-fwa'gos)
Cin-51-lo'a
Cln-cin-na't}
Cir-car§'
Cir-cas'si-a (sir-

kash'e-a)



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GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Cirencester (sTs'-

e-ter)
CYrk'nitz

Cit-ta-del'l5i(chit-)
Ciudad Real (the-

u-dad' ra-al')
Ciudad Rod-ri'go

(the-u-dad'-)
Civita Veg'ghi-'i

(che've-ta )
Clac-man'n?n
Cla'gen-furth

(kla'gen-furt)
Clar'e-mont
Clau'sen-blirg

(klbu'sen-burg)
Clausthai

(klbus'tal)
Cler-mont'
Clermont-Ferand

(klir-mong' fe-

rang')
Cllth'e-roe
Clog'her {or

klo'her)
Clon-a-kiKty
Clon-mell'
Co-a-ho'm^
C6-a-hui'I? (-we'-)
Cob'be
Co-bi'jah
Cob-lentz'
Co'biirg
Coch-9-bam'bgi
Codogno (k9-

don'yo)
C6ev'or-den
Coeymana (kwe'-

manz)
Cognac (kon-yak')
C9-hoe?'
Coim-be-toor'
Co-im'brgi
Coire (kw'ir)
Col'ches-ter
Cole-raine'

Cijl-mar'
Coin (koun)
Colnbrook (kbun'-

bruk)
Cologna (kQ~

lon'ya)
Cologne (ko-lon')
Col'on-say
Col-o-ra'do
Co-lum-bi-an'gi
Co-ma.n'che?



C6-map-a'gu?i

Com'ber-m5re

Comines(k9-men')

Com'o-rin

Co-mbrn'

Com'9-ro

Compeigne (koni-

pe-an')
Com-p9S-tel'l^
Con-cSLn'
Conde (kon'da)
Co-ne'cuh
Con'e-m§.ugh
Con-es-to'gai
Con-ga-ree'
Con'naught, or

Con-naught'
C9n-neC'ti-cut

(kon-net'e-kut)
Con-o-C9-cheague'
Con'stance
Con-stan-ti'nfi
Con-stan-tj-no'ple
C66-m$is-sie', or

Coo-mas'sie
C9-0S'

Coo-s^iw-hatch'ie
Co-pen-ha'gen
C9-pi'ah
Co-pi-a'po, or

Co-pi-a-po'
Coqu'et ('kok'et)
Co-quim^bo

(-k5m'b5)
Cor-?i-chie'
Cbr'bagh
Corbeil (kor-bal')
C9r-dil'le-r93 (or

kbr-dei-ya'r?is)
Cbr'do-va
Co-re 'at

Cor-fd', or Cbr'fv
Cor'inth
C6r-o-man'del
C9-r6'ne

Correze (kor-raz')
Cbr'si-c?
Corte (kbr'tgi)
C9r-t5'n?i
C9-run'n?i
C9-sen'z9i
C9-shoc't9n
Cosne (kon)
C9S-seir'
Cos-slm-ba-zar'
CSs't^i Ri'ca
Cote d'Or (kot-

dbr')



Cotes du Nord

(kot'-du-nbr')
Co-to-pax'i
Cou-lan'
Cour'lfind
Cour-tray'
Coutancea (k6-

tans')
Cov'en-try
Cov'jng-ton
Cbwe? (kbuz)
Cbw-e't^
Cra'cow
Crec'y (kres'e)
Cre'feld (kra'felt)
Crem'nitz
Cre-mo'n?
Creuse
Crev'elt
Cri-me'a
Crit'ten-den
Cr6-a''ti-?i (kro-a'-

she-§i)
Crom'ar-ty, or

Cr9-mar'ty
Cron'stadt
Csaba (cha'ba)
Csongrad (chon'-

grad)
Cu-ba'gugi
Cu-ban'
Ciid-da-Iore'
Cud-da'p5ih
Cuen'ca(kwSn'sa)
Cui-a'ba (kw?-

a'ba)
Cu-ll-9-c&n'
Cul-lo'den
Cul'pep-er
Cul-ross' (or

ko'ros)
C4-ma-na'
Cu-ma'ni-?i
Cum'ber-lgind
Cdm-ma-zee'
Cu'par (k6'p9r)
Cd-rgi-^oa' (-so')
Cur-dis-t&n'
Cu'risch-e Haff'

(ka'risli-e-haf)
Cur'rj-tuck
Cur-zo'ia
CiJ-strin'
Cut-tack'
Cux-ha'ven
Cuy-a-ho'g?(ki-?-)

ho'ga)
Cyc'lsi-d5f



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Czernowitz
(cher'n^-vits)

Czirknicz (tsSrk'-)
nits)

D.

DXg-hes-tXk'
Dah'9-lney
Dal-51-go'a
Dal-keith'
D?l-ma'ti-? (dfil-

ma'she-?)
Dam-gi-ris-cot'tj
D5i-mSs'cu3
Dam-i-et'ta
Dan'bu-ry
Dan-ne-mo'r?i
Dan'ube
Dar-d^-nellej'
D$ir-f6ur'
Da'ri-en
Darm'stadt
Dart'niouth
Dau'phi-ny
De-bret'zin
Dec'can, or

Dec-can'
De-cize'
Del-9-g5'gi
Del'hi (del'le)
Del'vi-no
Dem-^i-ra'rsi
Dem-be'^
De-mo'na
Dgn'bigh (den'be)
Den'de-ra
Den-der-mond'
Dept'fordrdet'furd)
Der-bend'
De-Ruy'ter, or

De-Ruy'ter
Desaguadero (dSs<

?i-gua-da'r6)
Des-e-a'd^
De-sha'
Des Moinea

(de-mbin')
Des'sau (or

dSs'sbu)
Det'tjng-en
Deutz (doits)
Deux-Ponts (du-

ponts' or du-

pong')
De vl'ze?
D{-ar-be-kir', or

Di-?r-be'kir



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Die'men'^ L5nd
Diep'holz (dlp'-

holts)
Di-eppe'
Diest
Dietz

Digne (den)
Di'jon' (de'zhSng')
Dil'ling-en
Din-?ge-p5re'
Dl-naii' (de-nang')
Di-nant'
Djn-wid'die
Di'ti
Dix-ln'
Dix-mude'
Dnie'per (ne'per)
Dnies'ter (nes'ter)
Dof-re-f'i-eld'
D51-pl'ly
Dol-lart'
Dom-j-ni'c?, or

D^-min'i-c^i
Dom-i-nique', Fr.
D6n-9g-ha'dee
Don'cas-ter
DSn'e-gal
Don'go-li, or Don-

go'lsi
Don'na-ghue
Dor'ches-ter
Dordogne

(dbr-don')
Dordrecht (dor'-

drekt)
Dbr'nogh
Dor-pat'
Dou'ay (do'a)
Doubs (dob)
Dou'ro (do'ro)
Dov-re-f}-eld'
Dow-le-t?-bad'
Dbwn-pat'rjck
Draguignan (dra-

|en-yang')
Drentbe (drent or

dren'te)
Dres'deri
Dreux (dru)
Dri'no
Drogh'e-d?
Dro'hp-'bicz (dr5'-

li9-bich)
Drbit'W}ch

(drbit'ich)
Dr9-more'
DrSn'thelm

fdrSn'tim)



GEOGRAPHICAL NAIVIES.



Dru'sef

Du Buque' (-bok')

Duero (du-a'ro)

Du'is-burg

Dulcigno (dul-

chen'yS)
Dnlwich (dul'jch)
Dum-blane'
Dum-frle§'
Dun-bar'
Dun-dallk'
Diin-das'
Dun-dee'
Dun-ferm'line

(dun-fer'iin)
Diin-keld'
Dun-kirk'
Dun-sin'nane
Dunwich(dun'}ch)
Duquesne (dti-

kan')
Du-rance'
Du-raz'zo (-rat'so)
Dur'ham (dur'^im)
Dus'sel-dbrf
Dut'lin|-en
Du-vil'
Dwa-ra'ca.

E.

^B-SSM'BUIi, or

Eb-sam-b6l'
Ecc-loo'
fich'ter-nSch
E^'i-ja {or %.'-

the-ha)
Eck'muhl
Ecuador (ek-

wa-dor')
Edge'combe

(ej'kum)
Edge'fiSld
Edinburgh (^d'in-

biir-ro, or ed'jn-

burg)
Ed'js-to
Ed'ward§-ville
Effing-ham
Eg'j-na, er ^-^T'n?
Eh-ren-breit' stein
Elgh'stadt
Ei'len-burg
El'se-nagh
Eis'ie-ben
5-kat-e-ri'nen-

burg
5-kat-e-ri'n9-gra.d



5-kat-e-ri'no-slav
El A-rai^jhe'
Elbe (elb)
El'ber-feld
El-beuf (el-buf)
El'che (eVcha)
El Do-ra'd5
El-e-phan-ti'n?i
El'gin

$-]is'9-bet-gr&d'
?1-I6re'
|ll-Bil'n§t
]g-l6'ra
El-sj-nore', or £1-

s)-neiir'
El'wan|-en
Embrun (am'-

brun')
Em'mer-igh
En-ga-dine'
Enghien (an-

ge'an)
England (Ing'-

gland)
En-i-sei'
Enkhuizen (enk-

hbi'zen)
En-nis-cbr'thy
En-nis-kil'len
^-per'j-es
Ep-er-nay'
Ep'i-nal
^-rak'lj-?
Er'furt
Er'i£ht
Er-i-van'
Er'!ring-en
Er'ze-ruin
Erz-|e-bir'ge
^s-cu-rj-al'
Esquimaux (es'-

ke-mo)
Es-se-qui'bo(-ke'-)
Ess'ljng-en
Es-tre-ma-du'rai
Es'tre-moz'
Es'zek (es'sek)
Etampes (a-tarap')
Et'o-Wah
Eutin (bi-ten')
Eux'ine
Evef'ham
Ev'o-ra

Evreux (ev-ru')
Ex'e-ter

Eyalet (I-ya'let)
Ey'der
Ey'iau (or i'lba)



F.

Fa-En'za

Fah'lun
Fai-6um'
Fiir^field
Fa-lai^e'
Fal'kirk, or 1^1-

kirk'
Falkland (fiwk'-

l?nd)
Fal'niouth
Fa'r6e,'or Fa'rj-*
Far-sis-tan'
F^u-quier'

(faw-ker')
Fay-al'
F^iy-ette'
Fay'ettCTVille
Fay-6um'
Feh-rsi-b&d'
Fel-sin-1'c.h?
Fe-lx-cj-a'nji
Fer-ma'n jgh (fer-

ma'ngi)
Fer-jnby'
Fer-ra'ra
Fer'rgl, or

Fer-rol'
Fez-zan'

Fi'ch-tel-ge-bir'g?
Fi-es'o-le (-la)
Figeac (f Izh'ak')
Figueras (fe-

ga'rais)
Fi'ji, or Fee'gee
Fin-is-terre'
Fisme (fern)
Fiume (fyo'mji}
Fle^he (fleph)
Flen^'bbrg
Flush'ing
Foggia (foj'ja)
Foix (fwa)
Fontainebleau

(fon-tan-blo')
F6n-tai-ra'bi-?i
Fontenay-le-

Comte (font-na*

le-kong'ta)
Fon-te-nby'
Fontevrault (f8n-

tev-ro')
Fbr'men-te'r'i

(-ta'ra)
For-m5's5i
For'ref
Fbr-syth'



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GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Por-te-ven-tu'r?
Forth

Fos-sa'no

Foth'er-jn-gay

Fougeres(fo-zhir')

Fou'lah^

Foyers (fi'erz)

Frince

Franche Comte

(fransh kong'ta)
Francois

(fran'swi)
Frjn-co'ni-^i
Fi^n'e-ker
Fran'ken-stein'
Filin 'ken-thai

(-ken-tal)
Fras-ca'ti
Frauenburg

(frdu'en-burg)
Fraii'stadt (frbu'-

stat)
Fred'er-icks-biirg
Fred'er-jcks-haU
Frei'berg
Frei'^jng
Frel'§ing-en
Frel^stadt '(-stat)
Frejus (fra-zhus')
Frey'biirg
Fri'biirg
FriSd'Iand
Friesch'e-liaff
Frie?'l9nd
Fri-6')i
Frontignac (fron-

tjn-yak')
Fuer-ta-ven-tu'ra
Funch'al, or Fun-

chal'
Funf-kirch'en
Fumes (furn)
Fur-ruck-51-bad'
FUrth (furt)
Fyz-?-bad'

G.

Ga-dX'mis

Waeta (ga-a'ta)
Gaillac (gal-yak')
Gaillon (gal-yon')
Giir'logh
Gal-lj pa'go^
Gal-5i-shiel§'
Gfil-lip'o-11
Gal'lj-po-lis'
Gal'19-vvay



GXl'ves-tgn
Gll'way
Gan-jain'
Gar-don'
Garfagnana (g"4r-

fgtn-ya'na)
Garigliano (gar-el-

y'a'no
Ga-ronne'
Gas'co-ny
Gas'pe
Ge-Eiu'gai
ireel

j&ef fle (pffl)
Gen-e-se'o
yen'o-a
Gera (ga'ra)
Ge-ro'na (ha-ro'-)
Gers (zhAr)
Gex (zhex)
j&ey'ser^
Gha-da'inis
Ghent (§ent or

gong)
Gher-gong'
Ghi-lan'
§rib-ral'tar
jGiSs'sen (|e'sen)
Gijon (he-hon')
Gi-l6'lo

^ir-|en'ti
Gironde (zhe-

rond')
(^I'zeh
Glauchau

(elou'kdu)
Gle-nelg'
Glogau (glo'gbu)
Glo-g5Lvv'

Glouces'ter (glos'-)
Gluck'stadt
Gmund (gmunt)
Gnesen (gna'zen)
Gnes'nfi (nes'n^)
GJo-dav'e-ry
Goes (hos)
Go-jam'
Gol-con'da
Gom-broon'
Gomera (go-ma'ra)
Go-naive?'
Gon-za'les
Goom'ty
Go-ree'
Gortz (gorts)
Go'tba (or go'fi)
Got'leri-burg



Got'tin|-en (get'-

jng-en)
Gou'da
Gour (gor)
G5-yaz'
Goz'zo (■got'sS)
Gr'A-cj-o's^i
Gi?i-,na'd5i
Grant'h^m
Gratz (grets)
Graudenz (grbu'-

dents)
Gravelines

(grav'len')
Green'wich

(gre'nij)
Greifs-WEil'de
Gre-na'da
Gren-6'ble
Giin'del-w§.ld
Grisons (gre-zon')
Gron'in|-en
Gruyeres

(gru-yAr')
Gua-dgi-lav'i-ar
Gu'a-dfi-lax-a'r? (or

Gwa-da-la-ha'ra)
Gua-d^-16upe'

(ga'da-16p')
Gui-d^l-quiv'ir, or

Gua-dal-quj-vir'
Gua-di-a'nai
Gua-na're
Gua-nj-xua'to

(gwa-na-hwa'to)
Guan'ca Ve-li'ci
Gu'ir'drif-ui (gar'-

daf-we)
Gua-te-ma'Iai
Guax-a'cEi (or
gvva-ha'ka)
Guay-a'mai
Guay'mas
Guay-a-quil' (gwi-

a-kel')
Guaz-9-cuSl'co
Gue'bre^ (|e'berz)
Gueret (ga'ra)
Giiern'^ey
Gui-a'na (|e-a'na)
Gui-enne' (ge-en')
Gui-nes' (|e-nes')
Gui-pus'co-a

(ge-pos'ko-a)
Gui^'bor-ough

(giz'bor-o)
Gum-bin'nen
Gund-wa'n^h



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Guntz'burg

Gur-wal'

Guy-5in-dotte' (fi-)

Gu-zel-his'sjir

Gu'ze-rat'

Gwju-nett'

H.

Hab'er-shXm
Had-ra-m§LUt'
Haer'lein(har'lem)
Hague' (hag)
Haguenau (dg'no)
Hai'nan
Hainault (ha'n5 or

hi'nbult)
Ha-Jy-Poor'
Hal'ber-stadt
Hal'le
Hal'leln
Hallowell (ha'-

lo-el)
Ham-51-dSln'
Ha'mah
Ha'mein
Ham'9-9ze
Hanau (ha'nbft)



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