Submitted Place Names Starting with F

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FÆREYJAR   (Country)   Icelandic
Icelandic cognate of FØROYAR.
FÆRØERNE   (Country)   Danish
Danish cognate of FØROYAR.
FÆRØYANE   (Country)   Norwegian (nynorsk)
Cognate of FØROYAR.
FÆRØYENE   (Country)   Norwegian (bokmål)
Cognate of FØROYAR.
FANO   (Political Subdivision)   Italian
Habitational name for someone who comes from Fano, Italy.
FÄRÖARNA   (Country)   Swedish
Swedish cognate of FØROYAR.
FAROE ISLANDS   (Country)   English
English form of Føroyar. The name is probably derived from Old Norse fær "sheep". The Faroe Islands are an autonomous country within the Danish kingdom.
FAROES   (Country)   English
Shortened form of FAROE ISLANDS.
FEATHERSTONHAUGH   (Settlement)   English
A town in Northumberland, England. From Old English feðere "feather", stān "stone", and healh "corner."
FILIPINI   (Country)   Croatian
Croatian form of Philippines.
FINSKA   (Country)   Croatian
Croatian form of Finland.
FLORIDA   (Political Subdivision)   English (American)
Name of a state in the United States, formerly a Spanish colony, from Spanish Pascua florida, literally "flowering Easter", a Spanish name for Palm Sunday, because the peninsula was discovered on that day (March 20, 1513) by the expedition of Spanish explorer Ponce de León.
FØROYAR   (Country)   Faroese
Probably derived from Old Norse fær "sheep" and oyer, an archaic Faroese word meaning "islands".
FRENCH GUIANA   (Other)   English
French Guiana is an overseas region of France on the northeast coast of South America, composed mainly of tropical rainforest. The ruins of 17th-century Fort Cépérou overlook the capital, Cayenne, with its colorful Creole houses and street markets... [more]
FUJI   (Mountain)   Japanese
This is the name of a mountain, located on the boundaries of Shizuoka and Yamanashi prefectures in central Japan, that has been a symbol for the Japanese for centuries. The kanji that make up Fuji are 富 (fu, fuu, tomi, meaning "abundant, enrich, wealth" and 士 (shi) meaning "gentleman, samurai."... [more]
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