Estonian exonyms


Estonian exonyms

"Below is list of Estonian language exonyms for places in non-Estonian-speaking areas of Europe :"

Albania (Albaania)

*Tiranë – Tirana

Austria

*Wien – Viin

Belgium (Belgia)

*Brussel-Bruxelles Brüssel

Bulgaria (Bulgaaria)

*София ("Sofija") – Sofia

Denmark (Taani)

*København – Kopenhaagen

Finland (Soome)

*Helsinki – Helsingi
*Turku – Turu

France (Prantsusmaa)

*Paris – Pariis

Germany (Saksamaa)

*Berlin – Berliin

Greece (Kreeka)

*Αθήνα ("Athína") – Ateena
*Κέρκυρα ("Kérkyra") – Korfu

Italy (Itaalia)

*Roma – Rooma
*Venezia – Veneetsia

Latvia (Läti)

*Ainaži – Heinaste
*Alūksne – Aluliina
*Ape – Hopa
*Cēsis – Võnnu
*Daugavpils – Väinalinn
*Ērģeme – Härgmäe
*Gaujiena – Koivaliina
*Gulbene – Kulna
*Ikšķile – Üksküla
*Jelgava – Miitavi
*Kārki – Karkla
*Liepāja – Liibavi
*Limbaži – Lemsalu
*Ludza – Lutsi
*Mazsalaca – Väike-Salatsi
*Naukšeni – Nausküla
*Rēzekne – Räisaku
*Rīga – Riia
*Rūjiena– Ruhja
*Salacgrīva – Salatsi
*Valka – Läti-Valga
*Valmiera – Volmari
*Ventspils– Vindavi

Luxembourg (Luksemburg)

*Luxembourg – Luksemburg

Poland (Poola)

*Kraków – Krakov, Krakovi
*Warszawa – Varssavi

Portugal

*Lisboa – Lissabon

Romania (Rumeenia)

*Bucureşti – Bukarest

Russia (Venemaa)

*Gdov (Гдов) – Oudova
*Ivangorod (Ивангород) – Jaanilinn
*Izborsk (Изборск) – Irboska
*Kronstadt (Кронштадт) – Kroonlinn
*Pechory (Печоры) - Petseri
*Pskov (Псков) - Pihkva
*Saint Petersburg (Санкт-Петербург) - Peterburi, Piiter
*Vyborg (Выборг) – Viiburi

erbia

*Београд/Beograd – Belgrad

witzerland (Šveits)

*Genève – Genf

ee also

*List of European exonyms


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