Bulgarian Place Names

Bulgarian names are used in the country of Bulgaria in southeastern Europe. See also about Bulgarian names.
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ANGLIYA Англия (Country) Russian, Bulgarian
Russian and Bulgarian form of ENGLAND.
ATINA Атина (Settlement) Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of ATHENS.
BALGARIYA България (Country) Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of BULGARIA.
BELGIYA Белгия (Country) Russian, Bulgarian
Russian and Bulgarian form of BELGIUM.
BRAZILIYA Бразилия (Country) Russian, Bulgarian
Russian and Bulgarian form of BRAZIL.
GERMANIYA Германия (Country) Russian, Bulgarian
Russian and Bulgarian form of Germania (see GERMANY).
HOLANDIYA Холандия (Country) Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of HOLLAND (1), referring to the provinces and sometimes the entire country.
ITALIYA Италия (Country) Russian, Bulgarian
Russian and Bulgarian form of Italia (see ITALY).
KITAY Китай (Country) Russian, Bulgarian
Russian and Bulgarian cognate of CATHAY, used as the Russian and Bulgarian name of China.
MONGOLIYA Монголия (Country, Political Subdivision & Region) Russian, Bulgarian
Russian and Bulgarian form of MONGOLIA.
NIDERLANDIYA Нидерландия (Country) Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of NETHERLANDS.
PAKISTAN Пакистан (Country) Urdu, Punjabi, English, Italian, French, German, Dutch, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Polish, Slovak, Russian, Bulgarian, Croatian, Serbian
From Persian پاک (pak) meaning "pure" and the suffix ستان (stan) meaning "land of". The name was coined in 1933 by the Pakistani nationalist Choudhry Rahmat Ali who justified it as an acronym of Punjab, Afghania, Kashmir and Sindh, plus the final three letters of Baluchistan.
POLSHA Полша (Country) Russian, Bulgarian
Russian and Bulgarian form of POLAND.
RUMANIYA Румъния (Country) Bulgarian
Bulgarian form of ROMANIA.
RUSIYA Русия (Country) Bulgarian, Tajik
Bulgarian and Tajik form of RUSSIA.
UZBEKISTAN Узбекистан (Country) English, Russian, Ukrainian, Slovak, Serbian, Croatian, Bulgarian, Swedish
From Uzbek O'zbekiston, derived from the ethnic name O'zbek (which is probably in part from Turkic beg meaning "chieftain, master") combined with the Persian suffix ستان (stan) meaning "land of". This is the name of a country in central Asia.