Medieval German Origin Place Names

This is a list of place names in which the origin is Medieval German. This was the form of the German language that was spoken in medieval times.
Schweiz (Country) German, Swedish
From the name of the town and canton of Schwyz. This is the German and Swedish name of Switzerland.
Schwytz (Settlement & Political Subdivision) French
French form of Schwyz.
Schwyz (Settlement & Political Subdivision) German, English, Spanish
Meaning uncertain, possibly related to Old High German suedan "to burn" or possibly of Celtic origin. This is the name of a town (and a canton named for it) in central Switzerland.
Suisse (Country) French
French cognate of Schweiz, used as the French name for Switzerland.
Suiza (Country) Spanish
Spanish cognate of Schweiz. This is the Spanish name for Switzerland.
Švajcarija (Country) Macedonian
Macedonian form of Schweiz, used as the Macedonian name for Switzerland.
Švajcarska (Country) Serbian
Serbian form of Schweiz, used as the Serbian name for Switzerland.
Švicarska (Country) Croatian
Croatian form of Schweiz, used as the Croatian name for Switzerland.
Svitto (Settlement & Political Subdivision) Italian
Italian form of Schwyz.
Svizzera (Country) Italian
Italian cognate of Schweiz, used as the Italian name for Switzerland.
Switz (Settlement) Medieval German
Medieval German form of Schwyz.
Switzerland (Country) English
From Switzer, a word meaning "Swiss", ultimately derived from the name of the Swiss town and canton of Schwyz, plus land. This is the name of a country in central Europe.
Zwitserland (Country) Dutch
Dutch form of Switzerland.