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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Hang-tcheo-fou'
Hang-tcheou'
Har'di-man
Har-fletir'
Har'ling-en
Hartz, or Harz
Ilar'wjch (har'jj)
Ha§'le-raere (haz' ,

zi-mer)
Has'selt
Hat'te-ras
Hj-van'nah, or

Ha- van 'at
Hav'el

Hav'er-ford-veest'
Ha'ver-h'iU (ha'-

ver-il)
Ha'vre (ha'vr)
Hav're-de-Grace'

(hav'vr-de-grSs')
H$i-wal'} (hji-wi'e)
Hiw'ick
Hay'tj
Haze'brouck

(iz'bruk)
Heb'ri-def
Hegh'jng-en
Hec'151
Hed-j&z'
Hei'del-berg



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Heil'bronn

Hel'i-go-Iand

Helin'stadt

Hel-mund'

Hel'sing-forf

Hel'voet-sluys

Hen-lo'pen

Hen-rl'co

He-rac'le-a

He-rat'

Herault (her'ol

or a'ro)
Her'e-ford
Her'mjn-stadt

(-man-stat)
Herrn'hut
Her'no-sand
Her-ze-go-vi'nsi
Hesse Cas'sel
Hesse D'arm'stadt
Heuseden

(hdis'den)
Heyts'bu-ry (hats-)
Hi'eres (hi'ir)
Hlld-burg-hau'zen

(hilt-burg-hbu'-)
Hil'des-heim
Him-ji-lay'?, or

Him-ma'leh
Hjn-^oo' Kho
Hin-dos-tan', or

Hjn-dos'tan
His-p^n-i-5'1^
Hiwassee (hi-

wos'e)
Ho-5ing-ho'
Ho£h'lielm
Hg-dei'da
Hogue (hog)
H5-hen-lin'den
Ho'hen-lo'he
H5-hen-zol'lern

(ho-en-tsol'lern)
Hol'stein
HSl'ston
Hol'y-head
Hol'y-well
H9-nan'
Hpn-du'ras
Hon'fleiir
Hoog'e-veea
Hoogh'ly
Hot'ten-tots
Hou-quang'
Hou'sa (ho'sa)
H&u-s^i-ton'jc
Hous'ton
Hu-51-heinc'



GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Huel'va (wel'va)
Hues'ka (vves'ka)
Huilqiiilemu(hvvil-

kwil-a'mu)
Hurd'war
Hveen (ven)
Hy'der-a-bad'
Hy'dra (or he'drji)
Hy-dr^-bad'
Hytne

L

I-bXr'ra

ib'er-ville

T'colm-kill

ig'iau (ig'Joa)

Ig-ua-la'da

il'ches-ter

ll'fra-combe

(-fra-kum)
Illimani (el-ye-

ma'ne)
Il-lj-nois' (-le-n*di')
Irn'o-la

in'di-a (or in'je-a)
ln-di-an'9 (in-je-

an'a)
ln-dian-ap'9-lis
in'dies (in'jjz)
In-dour'
in-dore'
Indie (ang'dr)
In'gol-stadt
inns'pruck
In-ve-ra'ry
in-ver-keith'ing
in-ver-Ioch'y
In-vei-ness'
in-ve-ru'ry
1-6' n a
I'o-w^i

Ips'wich (or ip'sijj
I-r'ak' Ad'je-ml
|-rak' Ai'a-bi
ir-koutsk'
Ir-o-quois' {or

ir-9-kwa')
Ir-ra-wad'dy
ir'tysch
Is'ghj-a
Iseo (e-sa'o)
Iser (e'zer)
Isere (e-sir')
Iserlohn (e'zer-

lon')
Isia {1%)
{s-lam-51-b^d'



Islay (I'la)
If'ling-ton
ls-m?-il', or

Is'mail
Is-pa-han'
Issoire (is-swSr')
Is-sou-diin'
It-a-pi- cu-ru'
It-a-wam'ba.
Ith'?i-ca

Jv'i-9a, or I-vi'^a.
lv-re'§i (jv-ra'?)

J.

Jaen (ha-en')

Jaf-n?-pa-tam'

Jal'lofFs

Jal-66-an'

Ja-mai'c?

Ja-nei'r6 (ja-na'ro)

J an in a (ya'ne-na)

J^-pan'

Japura (ha-pu'ra)

Jaqiie-mel'

Jar'o-slav (yar'o-)

Jas'sy (yas'se)

Jaszbereny (yas-

be-ra'ne)
Jauer (you'er)
Ja'va, or Ja'v^
Jed'biirgh {or

jed'bur-ro)
Je'na (ya'na)
Jesi (ya'se)
Jey-p6re'
Jo-an'nl-n"4
Jon'kip-ping
Jo-i-ul'lo(hg-rul'yo)
Joiid-pore' -
Ju-an' Fer-nan'dez
Jug'ger-nauth

(-ger-naut)
Jujuy (hu-hwe')
Juliets (zhu'Ie-9)
Juni'n^
Jung'frau {or

yung'frbu)
Ju-nj-at't^

K.

Kaarta (kar'ta)

Kiir-wan'

Kal-s^-ii'eh

Kal-91-msi-zoo'

Kal'isch

Ksi-lu'gi



Katn'i-niec

Kam-tschat'kgi

Ka-na'wh?i

(k^-n§lw'wgi)
Kan-da-har'
Ka-ra'hjs-sar'
Kar'51-su
Karls'burg
Kaschau (kSish 'o&J
Kash-mire'
K^s-kas'kj-jt
K^L-tah'dju
Ka'tijne
K^i-zan'
Kelil (kal)
Keighley (keth'l§./
Ke-lat'
Kemp'ten
Ke-na'vvh?

(ke-naw'w?)
Ken-ne-bec'
Ken-ne-biink'
Ke'ogh (ke'6)
Kergue'len'§ Isl.
Ker-man'
Ker'man-shaw
Ker-slialw'
Kgsh'5

Kez'wick (kez'jk)
Kets'ke-met
Khar-kbf
Khar-t65m'
Kher'sgn, or

Ker-son'
Khi'va
Kho-kand'
Kho-ras-san'
Ki-akh't?
Ki-an-ku'
Kick-a-p66'
Ki-ef, or Ki-ev
Kiel

Kil-d&re'
Kil-ken'ny
Kil-la'la
Kil-la'loe
Kil-lar'ney
Kil-mar'ngck
Kjl-mSre'
Kin-car'dine
Kin-ross'
Kin-sale'
Kjn-tore'
Kjn-tyre'
Kl'o-Wsiy
Kir-kal'dy
Kirkcudbright

(kirk-ko'bre)



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GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Kfr-man-shih'

Kir-rie-miiir''

Kis-kj-min'e-taa

Kit-tan'ning

Kit-ta-tin'ny

Kl-u-ta'jah

Knisteneau

(nis'te-no)
Ko-lin' ■
Kol-y-van'
Kongf'berg
K5n'igs-berg, or

Koen'igs-berg
Ko6-ta-nai'
Ko-ras-san'
Kbr-do-fan'
Kos-cj-us'ko
Kos-tro'raa
Kras-no yarsk'
Kreuznacli

(kroits'nak)
Kur-djs-tan'
Ku-rile?', or

kil'rlles _
Kur-ree-cnane'
Kursk
Kut-tore'

L.

LXb-ra-dor'

LS.c'ca-dive^

Lach-a-wan'nQck

Lach-a-wax'en

La^Chine'

I.ach'sa

iifi-dakh'

L?-d6'ga

La - ir6ne^'

La-fay-ette'

La-Pour^he'

Li'go Maggiore

(-ma-j5'ra)
La-Gran *e'
La Guay'ra
La-gu'na
Lgi-hore'
La-hon' (la-ho')
La Maii'cha, or

La Man'^lia
La-mar'
Lambaycque (1am-

ba-ya'ka)
La-me'go (-mii'go)
Lam'mer-muir
La-Mbiile'
Lim'sa-ki
La-nal'



Lan'ark, or L§i-

nark'
Lan'c^s-ter
Lan-cj-a'no (lS.n-

che-^'no)
Lan-d^u' {or

lan-dbu')
Landes (langd)
Lan'dre-cy
Land^'berg
Land-scr5'n5i
Land-shut'
Lang'holm

(lang'um)
Lan'gres (lan'gr)
La 1 1 - - 1 1 e -d oc ' (-§e-)
La-ni'csi
La'6:f
La-peer'
La Pld'ta
La-raclie' (-rash')
La-re'do (-ra'do)
L&r-js-tan'
Lar'ni-ka
La-Salle'
Lat-a-cuti'g'i
Llt-a-ki'?
Lat-ta-koS'
Lau'ban (lou'ban)
Lau'en-biirg, {or

lou'en-burg)
Laimce'ton

(lans'tun)
Lau-^aiine'

(l6-zan')
Lau'ler-bi-unn

(Ibu'ter-bmn)
La-val' ■
Lavaur (ia-v5r')
La-vo'ro
Lay'baich, or

Lay 'bach
Learn 'in g-ton
Lec'ce (let'chj)
Lech

Lec-t6ure'
Lee'ward (le'ward

or lu'ward)
Leg-horn', or

Leg'hbrn
Le-gna'no (len-

ya'no)
Le'high (le'hi)
Leices'ter (les'ter)
Leigh (lb)
Leigh'lin (lek'lin)
Leigh'ton (le'tun)
Lel'nin§-en



Leln'ster, or

Leln'ster
Leip'sic
LeI-ri'a
Leith (leth)
Leit'me-ritz
Lelt'rjm, or

Lei'trim
Leix'lip

Le'na, or Le-na'
Len'a-wee
Le-noir' (le-nor')
Len-ti'na
Lepm'in-ster

{En^. lem'ster)
Le-on', or Le'on
Le-o-ni'dj
Le-on-tl'nj
Leop'old-stadt
Le-pan'to
Le Puy (le-pwe')
Ler'}-da

Ler'wick (ISr'ik)
Les'}-na
Les Marligues

(la-mar-teg')
Leuch'ten-burg

(Ibik'ten-burg)
Leut'ma-ritz

(loit'ma-rlts)
Leutschau (lijit'-

shbu)
Le-vant'

Lev'en, or Le'ven
Le-w§,r'den, or

Leeu'war-den
Lew'is-ham
Ley'den (Il'dn)
Li-be'rj-a
Li bourne'
Ligh'te-nau (-nou)
Lich'ten-fel§
Lich'ten-stein
Liege {or iS-azh')
Lieg'nltz
Lille, Lisle (lei)
Li'ma, or Li'mai
Lim'er-ick
Lim-6|es' (-ozh')
Limousin (le-mo-)

sang')
Limoux (le-mo')
Li-na'res
Linf'en
Lin'kio-ping
Lin-lith'gow, or

Lin'lith-gow
Lintz (lints)



841

LTp'a-rj

LTp'pe-Det'mold
Lisieux (le-zS-Si')
Lis^mSre'
Lith-u-a'nj-51
Lit'jz
Lit-to^ra'Ie
Li-va'di-fi, or LiV-

fi-di'a
Li-vo'ni-a
Liln-dafF
Lla-nel'ly
Lla'nos (lya'noa)
Llanrwst (lan-

rost')
Llerena(ly5i-ra'na)
Lo-an'do
Lo-an'go
Lo-car'no
Loch-3l'ber
Loches (iosh)
L62h Lev'en
Loch Lo'mond
Logh'y

Lo-deve' (lo-dav')
L5'di (I5'de)
Lo-fo'den
Lo-gron'5 (-yo)
Loire (Ivvar)
Loiret (Iwa-ra')
Loja (lo'ha)
Lo'ker-en
Lom'bsir-dy
Lo'mond
L66-ch66'
Lo-rain', Ohio.
L'Orient (lor'

e-ang')
Lor-raine', Fr.
Lost-with'iel
Lo'thi-an
Lough'bor-ough

(liif'bur-o)
Lough Erne

(lok'ern')
Lough Neagh

(lok'ne'j or 15k'

ne'?)
Lou-i^-j-ade'
L6u-i^-j-an'gi
Lou'is-vllle
Lou-vain'
Louviers (lo'v^-ji)
Lou'vo
Low 'ell
Lowositz (lo'v^

Sits)
Lo-zere'



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Lu-beck', or Lu'-

beck
Lub'lin
Lu-ca'ya

Luc'cgt, or Luc'c'i
Lu-ce'na (lu-

tha'n'l
Lu-ce'ra (lii-

cha'ra)
Lil-cerne'
Luck-nbw'
Lu-^on'
Lu-da-mar'
Lud 'wigs-burg
Lud'wjgs-lust
Lu-ga'no
Lund

Lil'ne-burg
Ld'ne-ville'
Lu-pa'tai
Lu-sa'tj-ai (lu-sa'-

she-a)
Lut'zen
Lux'em-burg
Lu-zerne'
Lu-zon'
Ly-com'mg
Lym'fi-ord
Lynch'blirg
Lyonnais_

(le-on-na')
Ly'onj (li'onz)

M.

Ma-ca'5 {or
nia kou')

Ma-cas'sar
Mac'clef-field
Jvla^-e-do'nj-^i
Mac-e-ra'tgi

(mach-)
Ma-chi'as
Ma-chyn'lath
JMac-ken'zie
Miick-i-nELw'
Ma-comb' (-k8m')
Mac-quar'rie

(-kwor'-)
Mad-a-gas'car
Mad-a-was'cfi
Mad-do-15'nfi
Ma-dei'ra (or mj-

da'ra)
Mad'e-r'l
Ma-dras'
Ma-drid', or

iviad'rid



GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Mad'u-ra, or M?-

da'ra
Mael'strftm
Mae§e (maz)
Maes'tright

(raes'trikt)
Mag-da-le'njL

(-la'na)
Mag'de-biirg
Ma-lel'lan, or

ivia^-ei-lan'
Ma|-e-roe'
Ma|-iio're (raa-

jo'ra)
Ma-*in-da-na'o
Mag-ni'?a
Magny (man 'ye)
Ma-ha-nud'dy "
Ma-hon'
M^h-rat'ta
Ma'i-di
Mal-hjd-pore'
Main, or Main
Ma'i-n'4
Ma-jbr'cai
Mai-a-bar'
Ma-lac'cai
Mal'a-ga
Malaisia (mai-la'-

she-a)
Ma'lar-en
Ma-la'ya
Mal-dive^', or

Mal'dive§
Ma-lem'ba
Malines (mi-len')
Mal-lj-col'lo
MaI'me-dy
Malmf'bu-ry

(mamz'-)
Malplaquet (mal-

plak'a)
Mai' Strom
Mal-va-si'a, or

Mal-va'sj-ai
Mal'wah
Ma-mar'9-neck
Ma-nar'
Man-?-yiink'
Mlnche
Man'ches-ter
M&n-da-vee'
Man-din'go
Mi'ne

Man'g?-l5re'
M^n-hat'tan
Man 'helm
Man-j-tou-woc'



Miinn'hsirts-berg
Man-re'sa (main-

ra'sa)
Le Mans

(le-mang')
Man-sou'rl
Man'to-va
Man'tu-91
Man-ZEi-na'res (^or

man-tha-na'res)
Man-z^-nil'lo (-yo)
Mar-^-cay'bo

(-ki'b5)
Mar'j-mec
Mar-sm-liam'
Mar'a-non
Mar'a-vi
Mar-ble-head'
Marfjhe
Mar-din'
M^-ren'go
Mar-ga-ri'tji
Mai-i-a'ngi
Mar-i5-gEi-lante'
Ma-ri-el'
Ma'rj-en-bUrg
Ma-rj-en-wer'der
M^i-ri-en-zell'

(-tsei')
Marigliano (mar-

el-ya'no)
Mar'mo-rai
Ma-rosch' (-rosh)
Ma-ross'
Mar-quc'sa^

(mjir-ka'saiz)
Mar-sa'la
Marseilles (-salz')
Mar-ta-ban'
Mar-tj-ni'co
Mar-tj-nique'
Masafuero

(mas-a-fwa'ro)
Mas 'cat

Mas-sa-chu'setts
Mas'u-ah
Ma-su-Ij-pa-tara'
Mat-a-m6'r?s
Ma-tan'zas
Mat-a-pan'
Mat-tap'o-ny
Mat-?-ri'^
Mat-a-ro'
Mats' mai
Mat'u-ra, or M^

tu'ra
Miuch Chunk
MSLu'i



Ma.u-m5S'
Mau-re-pas'

(mo-re-pa')
Mau-ri"ti-u3

(mau-rish'e-usJ
May-9-ghues''

(-ges')
Mayence

(ma-yans')
Ma-yenne'
Mayne (man

or min)
May-n86th'
Ma-zan de-ran'
Maz-at-lan'
M^z^za'ra (m?t-

sa'ra)
Me-a'co
Meaux (m5)
Megh'lin
Me-cho-a-can'
Meck'len-biirg
Me-con'
Mec-ran'
Me-di'na, or Me-

di'na
Me-di'na, Ohio.
Med-j-ter-ra'ne-jin
Meigs (megz)
Mei-Kong'
Mei-nam'
Mei'nin|-en
Mels'sen (mi'sen)
Me-jer'dah
Mek-i-nez'
Mel-rose'

Mel'ton-Mow'brsiy
Me-lun'
Mem'e!
Mem'mjnf-en
Mem-phre-ma'gSg
Me-nard'
Men-do'za {or

men-do'tha)
Me-nin'
Men-nom'o-nie
Mentz (ments)
Me-nuf
Men-za'Ieh
Meq'ui-nez (mSk'

e-nez)
Mer-din'

Mer-gui' (mer-|8'J
Mer'j-da
Mer-i-ma-^hi'
MSr'j-o-neth
Mer-men-tau'

(-to')"



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GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



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Mfer'se-bUrg

Mer'thyr Tyd'vil

MSs'chtd

Mesh'ed

Mes-9-lon'gi

Mes-si'n?

Mes-u-ra'do

Mes-u-ra'ta

Met'e-lin

Metz(mets or mas)

Meurthe (murt)

Meii^e (muz)

Mezieres

(mez-yir')
Mi-a'c5
Mi-am'i
Mi-i'va
Mi^h-i-gSn'
Mi^h-il-i-mack'i-

nSLc (or mak-?-

naw')
Mid'del-biirg
Mid'dle-bor-ough
Mid'dle-bu-ry

(-ber-e)
Mid'dle-tbwn
Mil'an
Mi-laz'zo (me-

lat'so)
Milhau (me-lo')
Mil'ledge-ville
Mi'16

Mil-W£Lu'kie
Min'cio (mln'cho)
Min-da-na'o
Mjn-do'ro
Mjn-gre'li-ji
Min'ho (or

men'yo)
Min-ne-tar'ee
Miqueion (mik-

e-lon')
Mlr-a-mi-^hi'
Mi-ran'd9-r4
Mirepoix

(mer-pw'i')
Mis'i-tra
Miskolcz

(misk-holts')
Mis-sis'que (mjs-

sis'ke)
Mis-sis-sip'pi
Mis-so-Ion'ghi
Mis-sSu'rj (rajs-

so're)
Mis-tras'
Mittau (mit'tbu)
Mo-bile'



Mo-ca-rSn'gj

Mo'ghji

Mo'de-ni

Mod'i-ca

Mog-a-dore'

Msniiwk

Mo'hj-lev, or

Mo-hi'lev
Mol'dau (-dou)
Mo-ltse'
Mo-Io-kai'
Mom-ba'z|i
Mon'eL-co
Mo-nSLd'nock
Mon'j-ghan
Mon-as-tir'
Mon-chai-b66'
Mon-de'go (-da'g5)
Mondonedo (mon-

d9n-ya,'do)
Mon-do-vi'
Mo-nem-ba-si'51
Mon'fa-lout
Mon-fer-ra'to
M6n-ghir'
Mon-go'li-a
MSn-i-teaii' (-to')
Mon-o-mo-ta^pa
Mo-non-ga-he'la
Mo-nop'o-li
Mon-ro'vi-a
Mons (or raong)
Mon-tag-na'na

(mon-tan-ya'na)
Mon'ta-gue
Montargis (mong-

tar-zhe')
Montauban

(mong-to-bang')
Mont Blanc (or

Qiong blang)
Montbrison (mong-

bre-zong')
M5nt-calra'

(-kam')
Mon-t&'go
Mon-teith'
Montelimart

(mong-tel'e-

mar')
Mon-tel'o-vez
Monterey (mon-

te-ra')
Mon'te Vid'e-o (or

mon'te-ve-da'o)
Mont-fer-rat'
Montilla (mon-

tel'j'a)



Mont-martre'

(raong-martr')
M6nt-mo-ren'cy
Mont-pg'lj-er, rL
Mont-pel' Ij-er (or

mong-pei'e-a)
Mont-re-Sl'
Mont-re-a'le
Mont-rS^e' *
Mont-ser-rSt'
Moor-stied-a-bSd'
M66se-hil'l9ck
Mo-ra'va
Mo-ra'vj-51
Mor'ay (mur're)
Mor-bi-han'
Mo-re'a
Mo-re'na (m^-

ra'na)
Mor-la'£hi-?i
Morlaix (mor-la')
Mbr-taigne'

(mor-tan')
Morte-mar'
Mos'gho
Mo-§el]e'
Mos-qui'to (mos-

ke'to)
Mo'siil, or Mo-sul'
M9-ta'la
Mo-ta'pa

Moulins(in6-iang')
M6ul-tan'
M6ur-z6uk'
Mo-zam-bique'
Muhl(m61)
Muhl-helm'

(mol-him')
Muhr (m8r)
Mulhausen

(mul-hbu'zen)
Mul-ljn-gar'
Mu'njch
Mun'ster
Miir'ci-a (mur'-

she-?i)
Miir'frees-bir-

ough
Mur-vi-e'dr5

fmur-ve-a'dro)
Mus-cat'
Mus-cofee
Mus'co-vy
Mus-fcin'gum
Mus'sel-biirgh

(-biirg or -bur'9)
Mut'tra
Myc'9-n}



Myc'9-n5s

My-s6re'

Myt-}-lS'n?

N.

Nag-p66r'

Ni-hSnt'
Na'mur, or

Na-intir'
NSn-ga-sack'i
Nan-kin'
Nan'se-mond
Nantes (nants

or nangt)
Nan'ti-coke
Nap'lous
Nap'o-lj
Nar-bonne'
Na-sho'ba
Nash'u-a
Nash'viile
Nas'siu (or

nas'sbu)
Na't?l, or Na-tal'
Natffh-i-toch'e^

(or nak'e-t5sh)
Na-to'li-a
Nat-tore'
Niu'ga-tuck
Naum'burg (or

nbum'btirg)
N§.up'lj-si
Nav'an
Nav'a-rtn
Nav-ai-rl'no
N^-varre'
Nav-i-dad'
Nax-l'ai
Naz'a-reth
Neagh ^ne or nS'ji)
Nedj'ed
Ne-gap-gi-tSm'
Ne'gr9-ponte
Nels'se (ni'se)
Nemours

(na-mor')
Nenagh (ne-ni')
Ne-paul'
Nep'js-sing
Ner-bud'dah
Nert-s^iink'
Nes'c9-pec
Neth'er-land^
Neu'biirg (or

nbi'burg)
Neuf-<;ha-tel'
Neusatz (nSi'^ts)



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NeQse (nus)
Neu'sohl (nbi'sol)
Neu'stadt

(nbi'stat)
Neuwied(noi'wet)
Ne-vi'da
Nevers (na-vir')
NSv'er-sink
New'bu-iy-p6rt
New-cis'tle
New Jg^gho't?!
New'found-land
New Gre-n'4'dai
New Or'le-ana
New ZSa'lgLna
Ni-ag'a-r^
Nic-^-r'A' gvL^
Nice (nes)
Nic-o-bar'
Nic-9-let' (-la')
Nj-cop'o-li
Ni-c6's}-5i
Nic-o-te'ri (nlk-

9-ia'ra)
Nie'men
Nieu'pbrt
Nievre (nu-a'vr)
Nl'ger
Nik-o-lai'ef
Nil-cftnd' "
Nira'e-guen (-iSn)
Njm-we'gen

(nim-wa'gen)
Ni'brt (ne'iJr)
Nip'is-sJng
Nlsh-gi-pour'
Nismes

(nem or nemz)
Ni-velles'

(ne-vel')
N9-ce'ra (ng-

cha'ra)
Noinnoutier

(nwar-mo'te-si)
Nord-hau'sen

(nbrt-hou'zen)
Nord'kio-ping
Nbrd'lin|-e»

(nbrt'Hn|-en)
Nbr'nian-dy
Nbr'ridge-wock
Nbrth-amp'ton
Nbr-tbuni'ber-land
Nor'wjch (nSr'rjj)
Not'ting-ham
No-va'rii
No'v^ Sco'tJ-si
No'v^ Zera'blsi



GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Nov-go-rod', or
Nov-o-go-r5d'
Nox'u-bee
No-yon' (n5-yong')
Nu8-vi't5is
Nu'rem-berg
Ny'k9-ping

o.

Oahu (wa'ho)

Oaxaca ( wa-ha'ka)

O'ber-lln

O'bj-on

OcaSa (o-kan'y?i)

Oc-co-qu^n'

O-ce-an'51 (o-sh9-

aii'si)
5-ce-an'i-cj

(5-she-an'e-ksL)
Oc-mul'gee '
0-c6'nee
O'cra-coke
O-den-see'
Oe'den-burg
oe'land (6'l?nd)
Oels (els)
6e're-br5
Oesel (o'sel)
Oet'ting-en
Sf'fen-bagh
6g'deni/-biirg
0-|ee'chee
Oglio (ol'yo)
Oise (waz)
Ok-hotsk'
Ok-tib^be-hi
Ol'den-biirg
Oleggio (o-led'j6)
Olei-oa (6-la-r6ng')
Ol-i-ven'zfi
Ol'mutz
Ql'o-netz
0-15t'
6m'a-ha.
Oman'
(!)-m5'fi
Om-pom-po-noo'-

sac
Onate (on-ya't?i)
0-ne'ga,^ 5n'e-ga
Oneglia (o-nal'y?)
0-nel'd^
6n-on-da'g§i
On-ta'rj-S
Oo-jein'
Oo-na-Ias'fca
Oor'fa



Oo-roo-mSe'ai

Oo3-ta-n3iu'lee

Oos'ter-hbut

Op-e-i3u's^3

Op'peln

Op'pen-heim

O-raii', or 0'r?tn

6r'e-bro

Or'e-gon

O'rel, or O-rel'

O-rel-la'na (or

o-rel-ya'na)
O'ren-biirg
Orihuela (Sr-e-
_ hwa'la)
O-ri-no'co
6r-i-za'ba
Or'ie-anf (or br-

la-ang')
Or-lof

Qr-o-pe'sa (-pa'-)
Or'te-gal'
Orthez (br-ta')
O-ru'ro
6r-vi-e'to (br-ve-

a'to)
O-sac'c^
0-sa*e'
6s-ce-5'l9
Osh-moo-nayn'
Qs'i-mo
Of'n^-bruck
0^'n^-burg
Qs-sa-biw'
Gs 'si-pee
Qs'so-la
Os-su'na
Os-tend'
63'ti-aks
Os-we-gSteh'ie
Os-vve'go
6s'\ves-try
O-tab'a-Io, or 6t-

a-ba'l6
O'ta-heite, or

O-ta-hel'te
Ot'cha-kov
Ot-se'go
6t-ta-ja'no

rSt-ta-ya'no)
Ot'ta-wa
Ot'ter-bUrn
Ouachita (wosh-

e-ta')
Oiide (6d)
oude'narde (or oa-

de-nar'de)
ou'fa (o'fa)



Ouis-con'sin
(wjs-kon'sin)

Ou'rfil, or 6u-xiV

6u-ralsk'

our'fa (or'fa)

oui'ga (or'ga)

our-mi'jth

6u§e (6z or buz)

out-cbjng-fSu'
(o-chang-fo')

O-ver-ys'sel

O-vi-e'do (o-v?-
a'do)

8-was'co
-we 'go
6-why'ee
O-zark'"

P.

Pic'Q-IifiT

P^-dang'

Pad'er-bbrn

Pad'o-va

Pad'u-ai

Pais'ley

Pa-lat'i-nate

Pal'^-tine

Pal'?-wan

Pal-em-bang'

Pa-len'cj-a

(pa-len'she-?)
Pa-len'que (-k?)
Pal-es-tri'na
Pal-}-ca.ud-§her'ry
Pal-mi'ras
Pal-my'ra
Pa' 16 Al'to
Patn'li-c5
Pam-pe-lu'nSk
Pam-plo'n'i
Pan-si-ma'
Pa-nay' (p§(-ni')
Pa-no'ia

Pan-sco'va (-chjy-)
Pap'u-a
Pa-ri'
Par-Ji-guay', or

Par-a-guay'
Par-a-i'ba
Par-a-mar'i-b5
Par-a-mat'tji
Par-a-na'
Par-a-n9-i'b5
Pa-rec'£hj-5
Pa''n-a
Par-j-ma'
Par-i-na'



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GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



345



Pir-me-?an'

Pas-ca-fioii'lsi

Pas-cua'ro

Pas-quo-tank'

Pas-sa'jc

Pas-sa-ma-quod'dy

Pas-s?-r6o-wan'

Passau (pas'sdu)

Pat-a-go'iij-^

Pa-tapg'co

Pat'e-ri

P?-tras'

Pau (po)

PSiu'ca-tuck

P4-vi'a

Pays de Vaud

(pa'e-de-v6')
Pe-dee'
PSe'ble?
Pe-gu' -
Pel'pus (or pa'-

e-pus)
Pe-king'
Pe-lew'
Pem-i-|e-was'set

(pem-e-je-wos'-

set)
Penn-syl-va'n|-gi
Pe-nob'scot
Pen-ryn'
Pen-sj-c5'lsi
Pen-zance'
Pe-o'ri-a
Per-di'do
Perigord ^per-

e-gbr')
Perigueux (per'-

e-gu')
Per-nam-bu'c5
Per'nau (per'nbu)
Pe-ro'te
Perpignan (per-

pen-yang')
Per-qiiim'an^
Per'si-a (per'she-a)
Pe-ru'
Pe-rii'*i-a_
Pesaro (pa's5i-r6)
Pe-sha'wur
Pesth, or Pest
Pel-scho'ra
Pe-ter-war'deln
Phil-a-del'phj-a
Phi-lip'pjne^
Phil-ip-pop'o-l{
Pi-a-cen'za.

(p5-a-chent'sa)
Pi-a'vo



PiC'ar-dy

Pi-chin'cha

Pi'co

Pic-tou' (pik-to')

Pied'mont, or Pi'-

ed-moiit
Pienza (pe-ent'sa)
Pi-e-to'la ■
Pignerol (pin-

ya-rol')
Pignerolo (pin-y?-

ro'lo)
Pil-co-ma'yo
Pil'Iau (pil'lbu)
Pin-e-ro'lo
Pi-om-bi'no
Pt'?a

Pis-cat'a-qua
Pjs-cat'a-quig
Pis-to'ja (pis-

to'ya)
Pit'caith-ly
Pla-cen'ci-?i
Plaquemine

(plak-men')
Pla'ta, La
Platte

Plau'en (plbu'en)
Pleis'se (pli'se)
Plyn-lim'mon
Po-ca-hon'tas
Po-co-moke'
Pod-gbr'za
P5d-la'chi-a
Point C6u-pe5'
Poitiers (pbi-terz'

or pwa'te-a)
Poitou (pwa-to')
Pol-ta'va, or Pol'-

ta-va
Pol-y-ne's»-a
Pou)-e-ra'ni-a
Pon-di-cjher'ry
Pont-^har-traiu'
Pontefract

(pom'fret)
Pon'ti-ac
Pon'to-toc
Poo'nah
Po-pa-yan'
Pop-o-cat'a-petl
Port-au-Prince'

(port-5-prTns')
Pbr'tj-ci (or pbr'-

te-che)
Port Ma-hon'
Por'to Prny'a
Por'to Ri'cs'



Port'u-g^l
Po'^eu
Po-ten'zii (p9-

teiit'sa)
Po-to'mac
Po-to-si', or P9-

to'si
Pough-keep'si§!

(po-kep'se)
Pbw-Jiat-tan'
Poz-zu-6'l6 (pot-

su-o'lo
Prague (prag)
Prai'rie-du-(^hi-

en'
Preble (preb'bl)
Preg'el
Prenz'lbw

fprents'lbw)
Pres'teigne (-ten)
Prev'e-sa
Prieg'nitz
Prin-cj-p'a'to (-che)
Privas (pre-v'a')
Provence

(prov-viins')
Prussia (pru'she-fi

or prush'e-§i)
Pruth (prut)
Pskov (skoO
Puebla (pwa'bla,

or pu-a'bla)
Pu-er'to Ri'co
Puglia (pui'ya)
Pu-las'ki
Puy-de-Dome

(pwS'de-dom')
Pwllheli (pol-

hel'e)
Pyr'e-nee?

Q.

Q,ue-b£c'
(iuSd'lin-burg
Clueretaro (ke-ra'-

ta-ro)
Quesnoy

(ken-wa')
Q,uiberon

(kjb'rong')
Q,uil-e-ma'n9
Q.uil-l5'ta
aui'lo-a
duimper

(kilm-pir')
duin'e-baug
Q,ui't6'(ke't'5)



R.



Raab (rab)
Ra-bat'
Ra-clne'
Ra-gS's^
Ra-J9-niun'dra
Raj-p6o-ta'na
Rci'leigh (ravv'Ie)
Ranibouillet (rgiin-

bd'jl-ya)
Ram-il-lie§'
Ram-p66r'
Ran-ca'gua
Ran-goon'
Rapides' (-p5d')
Rap-pa-han'nock
Rar'i-tan
Ras'iadt
Rat'i-bbr
Rat'is-bon
Ra-ven'na
Ra'ven§-berg
Read'ing
Red 'ruth
Re|'en
Reg'ens-burg
Reggio (ved'jb)
Re-ho'both
Rei'chen-bach
Rei'chen-berg
Rel-ki-a'vjk
Reim^
Rel-no'sa
Renaix (re-na')
Ren-frew'' (-frd')
Rennes (ren)
Rens'se-lner
Re-que'na (re-

ka'na)
Re-sa'ca
Reus (ra'us), Sp.
Reus (or rois), Oer
Reat'Jing-en
Rev'el'

Re-vil'la (-vGl'ysi)
Rhe (ra)
Rhea (ra)
Rh5ini§ (reinz, or

remz, or rangz)
Rheln'tal
Rhode?

Rhodez (ro-da')
Ri-a-zan'
RTc'ca-ree?
Ri^he'lieii

(resh'lil)
Rideau (re-do')



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346

Rie'sen-ge-birg'
Uieti (re-a'te)
Rt'ga, or Ri'gEi
Rig'o-let
Rim'i-nJ
Ri-9-bain'ba
Rl'o Bia'vo
Ri'6 Col-o-ra'do
Ri'6 del Nor'te
Ri'6 Gran'de
Rio Janeiro (re'o-

ja-tia'ro, or re'd-

ja-ne'ro, or ri'o-

ja-ne'ro)
Ri-om' (re-ong')
Rl'o Sal-j-dil'lo

r-yo)
Ri^o Sa-la'do
Ri'6 Ti'gre
Ri'6 Ver'de
Ri'pen
Rive-de-Gier

(rSv'de-zhe'a)
Rive§
Riv'o-lt
Roane (ron)
Ro-an-oke'
Ro^he'fort
Rocliefoucault

(rosh'fS-ko)
Ro-^helle'
Rocli'es-ter
Roer-mon'de
R6-liil-cund'
Roinagna (ro-

man'ya)
Ro-ma'ni-a, or Ro-

ma-ni'a
Ron-ce-val'les
Ros'bach
Ros-com'raon
Ros-crea'
Ro-§et'ta
Ros sa'no
Ro'then-burg (ro'-

*yii-burg)
Roth'er-ham
Rothe-say'
Rot'ter-dam
Roubaix (ro-ba')
Rouen (ro'ang)
Roulers (ro-la')
Roussillon (ro-

sll'yong')
Rov-e-re'do (rov-e-

ra'do)
Rovigno (-ven'yo)
Ro-vi'go



GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES.



Row-Sn'
Rox'bu-ry
Ru'doi-stadt (-Stat)
Ru'gen
Ru-me'lj-a, or Rti-

me-li'ai
Rup-pin'
Russia (rii'she-Ei

or rush'e-^)
Rust's^huck -
Ruth'er-ford
Ru-ther-glen'

s.

Saade (sad)

Saal (sal)

Saa'le

Saal'feld

Saar'bruck

Saar-lou'js

Saatz (sats)

Sa'bj-a

Sa-bi'na

Sa-bine'

Sa-ble-stan'

Sack-a-too'

Sa'c6

S3lcs, or Siuks

Sag-a-da-hoc'

Sa^-ha-li'en, or

Sa-gha'ii-en
Sag'i-niw
Sague'nay (sag'-)
Sah'a-ra, or Sa-

ha'ra
Sah-run-pore'
Said (sId)
Sai'da
Sa'ide
Sal-gon'
St. Al'banf (or

-a.u'bunz)
St. S.'mand(sang-)
St. As'aph
St. Au-gus-tine'
St. Xus'tle
St. Brieux (-bre-u')
St. jehris'to-plier'^
St. Clair^'ville'
St. Cloud

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

or -krwa)
St. Cyr (sang'ser')
St. Diz'i-er (sang-

diz'e-a) |



St. Do-min'go
Saintes (sangt)
St. £t-i-enne'
St. Eu-sta'ti-?i
St. Fe-ll'pe
St. Flour
St. Gall

St. Gen-e-vieve'
St. §ribr'^i5(-jbr'jo)
St. ^i-o-van'nj
St. Got'hard
St. He-le'na
St. Hel'}-er
St. Il-de-fon's5
St. Ja'go (or

-ya'go)
St. L6u'js(or-lo'e)
St. Lu'c}-a (or

-lu-se')
St. Ma'lo
St. MS-u'rsi (or

-mbu'ra)
St. Mi'i



Il'chgi-el
Iig'uel (-mig



St. Mig'uel (-mig'

wel or -me-gel')
St. Neots (-nots)
St. o'iner (or

-6-mir')
Saintonge (sang'-

tonzh')
St. Pierre
St. Pol'ten
St. Q,ueutin

(-kan'tang')
St. Sal'vgt-dor'
St Se-bas'tian

(-se-bast'yan)
St. Ser-van'

(-vang')
St. Sev'er (or

sev'ir)
St. Sev-er-i'na
St. Tam'ma-ny
St. Yriex (-e're-a)
Sgi-ka'ra
Sa-la'd5
Sal-a-man'c5L
Sa-ler'no

SELl'ford (saw'ford)
Sa-II'na
Sa-llne'
Sali§'bu-ry (s§.lz'-

ber-e)
Sal-lee'
Salm
Sa-I6'na
Sal-o-ni'ca
Sal-sette'



Sa-lu'd?

Sa-luz'zo (-lut'so)
Sal-VflL-dor'
Sal-win'
Salzwedel (salts'

wa-del)
Sa-ma'n^i
S?-mar'
Sam-ai-rang'
Sam-air-cand'
Sam'bre (sam'br)
Sam-o-*i"ti-si
Sam-by-ede§'
Sam-9-thra'k}
S^im-soon'
San Au-gus-tlne' '
San-do-mir'
Sand'wjch (or

sand'wij)
San-ga'}
San'ga-mon
San-i-Iac'
San M?i-rl'no
Sanquahar

(sank'ar)
S^n-san'ding
San'ta Cruz(-kMis)
San'tgi Fe' (or -fa')
San'ta Ma-rl'51
S^n-tan'der
San't?i-rem
san'ta Ro-sa-li'j
San-tee'
San-ti-a'g5
San-til-la'na (sSn-

til-ya'na)
San-to-ri'nj
Saone (son)
Sar'?i-bat
Sar-a-gos'sfi
Sar-^-nac'
Sar-a-toP
Sar-Ei-to'gai
Sar-si-wan'
Sa-ree', or S'i-tV
Sarre

Sarthe (sart)
Sas-ka-sha,w'jn, or

Sas-katch'ai-wii;
Sas'sa-rt
Sat-a-doo'
Sa-ta'li-a

sat'a-raii

Sault (so) St. Mary
Saumur (so-miir')
Sa-van'nah
Save
Sav-e-nay'



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GEOGBAPHICAL NAMES.



Bavigliano (siv-

el-ya'no)
Savigny (sa-

vln'ye)
B5Lv'o-lax
B^-v5'na

Sa-vby', or Siiv'oy
Saxe-Al'ten-burg
Saxe-Wei'mar
Sea-fell'
Scaii-de-roon'
ScSLn-di-na'vi-gi
Scar'bor-ough
Scar-pan'to
gcbaff-hau'sen

(shaf-hou'zeii)
Schau'en-bur'g

(shbu'en-burg)
Schelestadt (shel-

es-tat')
.Sgiieldt, or S<;heldt
S^hem'nitz
S£he-nec't£i-dy
Schie-dSLm'
S^lij-raz'
Scho-har'ie
S^hon-brunn'
S^ho'nen
Schoo'djc
School'ey'? ML
Sghou'wen
SQhumMa
Schuy'ler (skl'ler)
Sihtiyl'kill

(skul'kil)
S9hwa'ba.5h
S^hwart'zen-burg
S^hwarz'biirg
S^hwarz'wSlld
S^hweid'nltz

(shwit'nits)
S^hwein'ftirt
S^hweitz (shwits)
S^hwer'in, or

S^hwe-rln'
Bcigliano (sbjl-

ya'no)
S9l'6 (or she'o)
Sqi-o'to
Sgla-vo'nj-^
Scot'lgind
Scu'ta-ri
S^yl'la

Se-ba'go
Seb-e-nl'co
Se-din'
Se*-es-taQ'



Segni (san'ye)

Se-gor'be

Se-go'vi-a

Seine (san or sen)

Seis-taii'

Se-lef'keh

Sel-en-^insk'

Se-men'dri-§i

Sgm-i-gal'li-§i

Sem'i-nole§

Sem'pach

Sen'e-ca

Sen'e-gal

Sen-e-gam'bi-a

Sen-lis' (sing-les')

Sen-naar'

Sens (sang)

Ser-am-pore'

Ser'es

Sereth (sgi-ret')

Ser-i-na'gur

Ser-jn-gap'^-tam'

Ser'vi-ai

Set'ledje

Se-tu'bal



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