Place Names of Length 9

This is a list of place names in which the length is 9.
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Means "eight gardens" in Dutch. This is the name of various towns in the Netherlands.
AITHIOPIA(Country)Ancient Greek
Greek form of ETHIOPIA.
ALEMANNIA(Region)Ancient Roman
Latin name for the lands where the Alemanni lived. The Alemanni were a confederation of Germanic tribes who lived around the upper Rhine river in the time of the Roman Empire.
French form of ALEMANNIA, used as the French name of Germany.
AMSTERDAM(Settlement)Dutch, English, German, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, French, Polish
Means "dam on the AMSTEL" in Dutch. This is the name of the capital city of the Netherlands, first mentioned with this name in the 13th century.
Dutch form of ANTWERP.
Means "apple tree" in Dutch. This is the name of a city in the Netherlands.
From Dutch es meaning "ash tree" (plural essen) and dorp meaning "village". This is the name of a city in the Netherlands.
German form of ETHIOPIA.
AUSTRÁLIA(Region & Country)Portuguese
Portuguese form of AUSTRALIA.
AUSTRALIA(Region & Country)English, Italian, Spanish
Derived from Latin australis meaning "southern". It was formally adopted as the name of the continent (and later country) by the British administrators of the region in 1824.
AUSTRALIE(Region & Country)French
French form of AUSTRALIA.
Portuguese form of BABYLON.
BABILONIA(Settlement)Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of BABYLON.
BADALOCUM(Settlement)Ancient Roman
Latin form of BAGGIO.
Bulgarian form of BULGARIA.
BETHLEHEM(Settlement)English, Biblical
Means "house of bread" in Hebrew, from the roots בַּיִת (bayit) meaning "house" and לֶחֶם (lechem) meaning "bread". This is the name of a city in Palestine. It appears in the both the Old Testament and the New Testament, notably as the town where Jesus is born.
From Old English blæc "black" and burna "stream". This is the name of a city in Lancashire, England.
From the Old English byname Blæcwulf "black wolf" combined with leah "woodland, clearing". This is the name of a city in Northamptonshire.
From the Old English byname Blīþa "happy, blithe" and worþ "enclosure". This is the name of a town in Nottinghamshire, England.
Russian form of BULGARIA.
German form of BRAZIL.
BRETAIGNE(Region)Medieval French
Old French form of Britannia (see BRITAIN).
BRITANNIA(Region)Ancient Roman
Latin form of BRITAIN.
German form of BULGARIA.
CALVIANUM(Settlement)Ancient Roman
Latin form of CAIVANO.
Italian form of CATALONIA.
French form of CATALONIA.
From Catalan Catalunya, of uncertain meaning, possibly from Latin castellum "castle" or Gauthia Launia "land of the Goths". This is the name of a region in eastern Spain.
Catalan form of CATALONIA.
From the Gallo-Roman given name Curtenus, derived from Latin curtus "short". This is the name of a few French communes.
Italian form of DENMARK.
DINAMARCA(Country)Spanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of DENMARK.
Dutch form of DEUTSCHLAND.
Old English form of ENGLAND.
Spanish form of STOCKHOLM.
EUPHRATES(River)English, Greek, Ancient Roman, Ancient Greek
From Greek Ευφρατης (Euphrates), the name of a river in Mesopotamia. It is derived from Old Persian Ufratu, itself from Elamite or Sumerian, of unknown meaning.
FINLANDIA(Country)Spanish, Italian
Spanish and Italian form of FINLAND.
FRANCONIA(Region)Late Roman, English, Italian, Spanish
Latin name derived from Frank, the name of a Germanic tribe. This is the name of a region in southern Germany.
FRANCUSKA(Country)Croatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of FRANCE.
Dutch cognate of FRANKREICH. This is the Dutch name for France.
FRANKRIKE(Country)Swedish, Norwegian
Swedish and Norwegian cognate of FRANKREICH. This is the Swedish name for France.
Russian form of FRANCE.
Slovene form of FRIULI.
Russian form of GERMANY.
Italian form of JORDAN (the country).
From Old English hunig "honey" or the given name Huna combined with cot "cottage". This is the name of a small town in Devon, England.
Portuguese form of INDONESIA.
INDONESIA(Country)Indonesian, English, Italian, Spanish, Late Greek
From Greek Ινδος (Indos), referring to the INDUS, combined with νησος (nesos) meaning "island". This name has been used since the 18th century by colonial powers to refer to the Indonesian archipelago and since 1945 to refer to the independent nation.
Dutch form of INDONESIA.
Russian form of JORDAN (the country).
French form of JERUSALEM.
Portuguese form of JERUSALEM.
JERUSALEM(Settlement)English, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Biblical
From Hebrew יְרוּשָׁלַיִם (Yerushalayim), from an earlier Canaanite form like Urushalim, probably meaning "established by (the god) SHALIM". This is the name of a city in Israel and Palestine. Originally a Canaanite city, it was conquered by the Israelites under King David at the beginning of the 10th century BC. It is now regarded as a holy city by Jews, Christians and Muslims.
Spanish form of JERUSALEM.
Dutch form of JERUSALEM.
JORDANIEN(Country)German, Swedish
German and Swedish form of JORDAN (the country).
KIMBERLEY (1)(Settlement)English
Means either "CYNEBURGA's field", "CYNEBALD's field" or "CYNEMÆR's field". This is the name of towns in Warwickshire, Nottinghamshire and Norfolk.
KIMBERLEY (2)(Settlement)English
City in South Africa which was named after John Wodehouse, 1st Earl of Kimberley (1826-1902). His title was taken from the name of the town of KIMBERLEY (1) in Norfolk.
KĨRĨNYAGA(Mountain)Eastern African, Kikuyu
Kikuyu form of KENYA (the mountain).
KOLUMBIEN(Country & Political Subdivision)German
German form of COLOMBIA and sometimes of COLUMBIA (for example Britisch-Kolumbien for British Columbia).
LONDINIUM(Settlement)Ancient Roman
Latin form of LONDON.
MARRAKECH(Settlement)French, Italian, Spanish
French, Italian and Spanish form of MARRAKESH.
From Arabic مرّاكش (Marrakush), possibly from Berber Murt n Akush meaning "land of God". This is the name of a city in Morocco.
Arabic form of MARRAKESH.
Spanish form of MOROCCO.
NORÐVEGR(Country)Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse cognate of NORWAY.
Portuguese form of PAKISTAN.
PORTUGALE(Region)Late Roman
Later form of PORTUS CALE, referring to the area around the city.
From Old English preost "priest" and leah "woodland, clearing". This is the name of a few small towns in England.
Kazakh form of KAZAKHSTAN.
SAINT MAUR(Settlement)French
Name commemorating Saint MAURUS. This is the name of several communes in France.
German form of SILESIA.
From Old English scir "bright" and burna "spring, fountain, stream". This is the name of several towns in England.
Swedish form of SLOVAKIA.
Danish form of SLOVAKIA.
French form of SLOVAKIA.
SLOVENIEN(Country)Danish, Swedish
Danish and Swedish form of SLOVENIA.
SLOVENIJA(Country)Slovene, Croatian, Serbian
From medieval Slavic slovene referring to the tribe of the Slavs. This is the Slovene name for Slovenia.
Russian and Bulgarian form of SLOVENIA.
SLOVENSKO(Country)Slovak, Czech
From medieval Slavic slovene referring to the tribe of the Slavs. This is the Slovak name for Slovakia.
SLOVINSKO(Country)Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of SLOVENIA.
German form of SLOVENIA.
Italian form of STOCKHOLM.
STOCKHOLM(Settlement)Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, English, German, Dutch, French
From Swedish stock "log" and holme "islet". The islet probably referred to Helgeandsholmen in central Stockholm. This is the name of the capital city of Sweden. The first written mention of the name occurs in 1252.
Hungarian form of SLOVAKIA.
TAILANDIA(Country)Spanish, Italian
Spanish form and Italian variant of THAILAND (probably via English).
Polish form of THAILAND (probably via English).
French form of THAILAND (probably via English).
From Old English wacu "wake, vigil" and feld "field". This is the name of a city in England.
WINTHROPE (1)(Settlement)English
Means "Wine's village", from the given name WINE and Old English þrop "village". This is the name of a town in Lincolnshire.
WINTHROPE (2)(Settlement)English
Means "Wigmund's village", from the given name WIGMUND and Old English þrop "village". This is the name of a town in Nottinghamshire.
From the given name WIGMUND combined with Old English ham "home, settlement". This is the name of a town in Norfolk.