Medieval Slavic Origin Place Names

This is a list of place names in which the origin is Medieval Slavic. The Slavic languages are a group of related languages spoken primary in central and eastern Europe.
Bélarus (Country) French
French form of Belarus.
Belarús (Country) Spanish
Spanish form of Belarus.
Belarus (Country) Belarusian, Russian, English, Portuguese, Indonesian, Malay
Means "white Russia", from the Slavic root bělŭ meaning "white" and Rus. This is the name of a country in Eastern Europe. Many languages use a translation of "white Russia" to refer to the country, for example German Weißrussland and Swedish Vitryssland.
Belarus' (Country) Belarusian
Alternate transcription of Belarusian Беларусь (see Belarus).
Belorusija (Country) Serbian, Macedonian, Slovene
Serbian, Macedonian and Slovene form of Belarus.
Belorussiya (Country) Russian
Russian variant of Belarus.
Białoruś (Country) Polish
Polish form of Belarus.
Bielorrússia (Country) Portuguese
Portuguese variant of Belarus.
Bielorussia (Country) Italian
Italian form of Belarus.
Bilorus (Country) Ukrainian
Ukrainian form of Belarus.
Bjelorusija (Country) Croatian
Croatian form of Belarus.
Hviderusland (Country) Danish
Means "white Russia", a Danish calque of Belarus.
Hviterussland (Country) Norwegian
Means "white Russia", a Norwegian calque of Belarus.
Lefkorosia (Country) Greek
Means "white Russia", a Greek calque of Belarus.
Maskva (Settlement & River) Belarusian
Belarusian form of Moscow (the city and the river).
Mosca (Settlement) Italian
Italian form of Moscow.
Moscou (Settlement & River) French, Portuguese (Brazilian), Catalan
French, Brazilian Portuguese and Catalan form of Moscow. In Portuguese it refers to both the city and the river, while in French and Catalan it only refers to the city.
Moscova (River) Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of Moskva (the river).
Moscovo (Settlement & River) Portuguese (European)
European Portuguese form of Moscow (the city and the river).
Moscow (Settlement) English
From the name of the Moskva River, in Russian Москва (Moskva), from Old East Slavic Москꙑ (Mosky). It is of uncertain origin, but it may be from a Slavic root meaning "damp, wet". This is the name of the capital city of Russia.
Moscú (Settlement) Spanish
Spanish form of Moscow.
Moskau (Settlement) German
German form of Moscow.
Moskova (River & Settlement) French, Finnish, Turkish
French form of Moskva (the river), Finnish form of Moscow (the city), and Turkish form of both the city and the river.
Moskovi (Settlement & River) Georgian
Georgian form of Moscow (the city and the river).
Moskva (Settlement & River) Russian, Ukrainian, Czech, Slovak, Bulgarian, Croatian, Serbian, Macedonian, Azerbaijani, English
Russian form of Moscow. In most languages this name refers to both the city and the river, while in English it only refers to the river.
Moskwa (Settlement & River) Polish, German
Polish and German form of Moskva. In Polish it refers to both the city and the river, while in German it only refers to the river.
Mosky (River & Settlement) Medieval Slavic (Hypothetical)
Old East Slavic form of Moscow.
Orusiya (Country) Kyrgyz
Kyrgyz form of Russia.
Rasiya (Country) Belarusian
Belarusian form of Russia.
Reosia (Country) Korean
Korean form of Russia.
Resey (Country) Kazakh
Kazakh form of Russia.
Roes (Region) Dutch
Dutch form of Rus.
Roshia (Country) Japanese
Japanese form of Russia.
Rosia (Country) Greek
Greek form of Russia.
Rosiya (Country) Ukrainian
Ukrainian form of Russia.
Rosja (Country) Polish
Polish form of Russia.
Rossiya (Country) Russian
Russian form of Russia.
Rus (Region) Russian, Ukrainian, English, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
Probably of Old Norse origin, possibly from róðr meaning "rowing", referring to the Norse Varangians and their main mode of transportation. This was the name of a medieval Slavic state of Eastern Europe (around Belarus, Ukraine and western Russia), originally founded by the Varangians in the 9th century.
Rus' (Region) Belarusian
Belarusian form of Rusi (see Rus).
Ruś (Region) Polish
Polish form of Rusi (see Rus).
Rusi (Region) Medieval Slavic
Old East Slavic form of Rus.
Rusia (Country) Spanish, Romanian, Indonesian, Malay
Spanish, Romanian, Indonesian and Malay form of Russia.
Rusija (Country) Serbian, Croatian, Slovene, Macedonian, Lithuanian
Serbian, Croatian, Slovene, Macedonian and Lithuanian form of Russia.
Rusiya (Country) Arabic, Bulgarian, Tajik, Azerbaijani
Arabic, Bulgarian, Tajik and Azerbaijani form of Russia.
Rusiyeh (Country) Persian
Persian form of Russia.
Rusko (Country) Czech, Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of Russia.
Rusland (Country) Dutch, Danish
Dutch and Danish cognate of Russland.
Rússia (Country) Portuguese, Catalan
Portuguese and Catalan form of Russia.
Russia (Country) English, Italian, Late Roman
Derived from the name of the medieval state of Rus. The modern country of Russia includes the eastern portions of Rus, and has also expanded far to the east across Asia.
Russie (Country) French
French form of Russia.
Rússland (Country) Icelandic
Icelandic cognate of Russland.
Russland (Country) German, Norwegian
Derived from the medieval state of Rus and land meaning "country, state". This is the German and Norwegian name for Russia.
Rusya (Country) Turkish, Tagalog, Cebuano
Turkish, Tagalog and Cebuano form of Russia.
Ryssland (Country) Swedish
Swedish cognate of Russland.
Vitryssland (Country) Swedish
Means "white Russia", a Swedish calque of Belarus.
Weißrussland (Country) German
Means "white Russia", a German calque of Belarus.
Wit-Rusland (Country) Dutch
Means "white Russia", a Dutch calque of Belarus.