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Almany (Olmany), a village in Belarus, southeast of the town Stolin – OE oll, “оскорблять, ругать”, mann, manna “человек, особа”, mān “плохой, престурный”.

Boriatyn, two villages in Briansk and Tula Regions (Russia) – OE bora "son", OE tūn "village".

Bryansk, a city in Russia – OE bryne „fire”;

Bukcha, a village in Belarus, west of the town of Lelchytsi – OE. bucca, "a goat”.

Homel, a city in Belorus – OE humele „bryonia”, hymele "hop, hops";

Ivot, a village in the north of Bryansk Region in Russia Ivotka, Ivotok Rivers – OE ea "river", wœt "fury";

Ivotok, the tributary of the Vet’ma River, lt. of th Desna River and the village of Ivotok on it OE ea "river", wœt "fury".

Karsun’, a village in Homel Region (Belarus) – OE cursian 1. "curse". 2. "to weave".

Khotynichi, a village in Brest Region (Belorus) – OE hof "dwelling, court, building", tūn "village".

Khvastovichi, a village in south of Kaluga Region in Russia – OE fǽst “strong, fast" and ǽw "law, custom";

Korsun’, a village in Brest Region (Belarus) – OE cursian 1. "curse". 2. "to weave".

Korsun’, a village in Orel Region (Russia) – OE cursian 1. "curse". 2. "to weave".

Mozyr’, a city in Belarus – OE. Maser-feld to N.Gmc. mosurr, "maple" (AEW);

Nerussa, lt. of the Desna, lt of the Dnieper – OE neru “nourishment”, usse „our”.

Resseta rt of the Zhizdra, lt of the Oka – OE rǽs "running" (from rǽsan "to race, hurry") or rīsan "to rise" and seađ "spring, source".

Sev, the river, lt. of the Nerussa, lt. of the Desna River – OE seaw “sap, moisture”.

Sozh, the river lt. of the Dnieper – OE socian “to boil”.

Sugia, the river, lt of the Psel, lt. of the Dnieper and the town of Sugia on it – OE suggasparrow”;

Syzany, a village south of the city of Homel’ Region in Belarus – OE. sessian “to grow quiet”.

Ul, the river, lt. of the Sev, lt. of the Nerussa, lt. of the DesnaRiver – OE ule “owl”.

Volfa, the river, lt. of the Seym, lt. of the Desna – OE wulf “wolf”.

Vytebet', the river, lt. of the Zhizdra, rt. of the Oka River – OE wid(e) "wide", bedd "bed, river-bed".


Ukraine


Awratyn, a village in Volochisk district of Khmelnytski Region, v. Avratyn of Lubar district Zhitomyr Region – OE ǽfre "after, constant", OE tūn "village".

Barashi in Yemelchine district of Zhitomyr Region – OE bǽr “abandoned, bare”, ǽsс “ash”

Berezhest’, the river, lt. of the Hresla, lt the Uzh River – OE bere “barlaey”, OE ciest “heap”. However the name can have Slavic origin.

Bohutyn (Bogutyn), a village in Zolochiv dstrict of Lviv Region – OE boga “bow”, tūn "village".

Boratyn, three villages with the same name in Lviv, Rivne, and Volyn Regions – OE bora "son", OE tūn "village".

Boriatyn, two villages in Lviv and Zhytomyr Regions – OE bora "son", tūn "village".

Brech, the river, lt. of the Snov, rt of the Desna River – OE brec “sound, noise”.

Burtyn, a village in Polonne district of Khmelnytski Region – OE būr "a peasant", OE tūn "village".

Buryn’, a town in Sumy Region – OE burna “spring, source”;

Бырловка, два села, одно в Бершадском р-не Винницкой обл., а другое в Драбовском р-не Черкасской обл. – OE byrla „body”.

Černiğiw (Černigov), a city – OE ciern “cream, ” “cow” (I.-E. guou).

Delatyn, a town in Nadvirna distryct of Ivano-Frankivsk Region – dǽl, dell "valley", OE tūn "village".

Dirdyn, a village near the town of Horodishche in Cherkassy Rgion – OE đirda “third”.

Dykanka, a village in Poltava Region – OE đicce “tick”, anga „thorn, edge”;

Fastiw (Fastov), the district city in Kiev Region – OE fǽst “strong, fast" and ǽw "law, custom".

Fenevychi, a village at the bank of the upper Teteriv River OE fenn "swamp", wīc “house, village”.

Heletyna, a village in Kamianits-Podilski district of Khmelnytski Region – OE hell "hell", tūn "village".

Hresla, the river, lt, of the Uzh River – OE. hrisel/ rysel(e) "fat, galipot”.

Hushtyn, a village in Borshchiv district of Ternopil region - OE husc "mockery, derision", tūn "village".

Husiatyn, a town in Ternopil Region, v. Husiatyn in Chemerivtsi district of Khmelnytski Region – OE hyse "a son", "a lad", "a warrior", OE tūn "village".

Ichnia, a village in Chernihiv Region – OE eacnian „to add”;

Irpin’ (Old Ukrainian Irpen’), the river, rt of the Dnieper River – can be OE earfenn, where ear 1. "lake" or 2. “ground,” and fenn “bog, silt”.

Ivot, lt. of the Desna River and village of Ivot to the east of the town of Novhorod-Siverski – OE ea "river", wœt "fury".

Ivotka, a village in Yampil district of Sumy Region – OE ea "river", wœt "fury".

Khodoriv, a district city in Lviv Region – OE. fōdor “food, feed”.

Khodory, Khodorkiv, and Khodurkiv, a villages in Zhitomyr Region – OE. fōdor “food, feed”.

Khoten', a villages in Khmelnytski Region and the town of Khiten’ in Sumy Region – OE hof "enclosure, dwelling, court ", tūn "village".

Khotyn, a district city in Chernivtsi Region and three villages of the same name in Rivne Region – OE hof "enclosure, dwelling, court ", tūn "village”.

Kleven', the river, rt. of the Seym River, lt of the Desna River – OE cliewen “a clew”;

Klivyny, a village west of the town of Chornobyl – OE cliewen "a clew”.

Kodaky, a village south of the town of Vasylkiv – OE cot(t)uc “mallow” of unclear origin.

Korosten, a district city in Zhitomyr Region – dial. Eng. care “rocky ash”, stān “stone, rock”.

Korostishev, a district city in Zhitomyr Region – dial. Eng. care “rocky ash”, OE sticca “a stick, staff”.

Korsun’- of Shevchenko in Cherkassy Region – OE cursian 1. "curse". 2. "to weave, plait".

Kyrdany, a village near the city of Ovruch – OE cyrten "beautiful”.

Latovnia, the river, rt. of the Ten’ka, rt. of the Tnia, rt. of the Sluch River – OE latteow "a leader”.

Malatyn, a village in Hoshcha district of Rivne Region – OE māl "a spot", tūn "village".

Maniatyn, a village in Slavuta district of Khmelnytski Region – OE manian "to prevent", "to protect", OE tūn "village".

Mantyn, a village in Mlyniv district of Rivne Region – OE mann "a man", tūn "village”.

Mylatychi, a village in Pustomyty district of Lviv Region – OE myll "dust", tūn "village".

Mylatyn, three villages in Lviv, Rivne, and Volyn’ Regions – OE myll "dust", tūn "village".

Myrcha, three villages, one west of the town of Dymer in Kiev Region, other south of the town of Malin in Zhitomyr Region and in Transcarpathia on border with Slovakia – OE mirce “murky, dark, black”.

Myrotyn, a village in Zdolbuniv district Rivne Region – OE mære "border", OE tūn "village".

Myrutyn, a village in Slavuta district of Khmelnytski Region – OE mære "border", OE tūn "village".

Narovlia, a town on the right bank of the Pripjat’ River – OE nearu “narrow” and wæl “pool, source”.

Obertyn, a village in Tlumach district of Ivano-Frankivsk Region – OE ofer "over", "high", OE tūn "village".

Ovruch, a district city in Zhitomyr Region – Eng of rock.

Pakul, a village to west of the city of Chernihiv – OE pǽc-an „to cheat, deceive”, OE oll „contumely, scorn, insult”;

Penyagino, a former village, at present a district of Moscow Russia OE pæneg "money, coin"

Prypiat’, the river, rt of the Dnieper River – OE frio "free" frea “lord, god”, pytt “a hole, pool, source”.

Rashkiw (Rashlov), two villages in Ukraine (one in Ivano-Frankivs’k Region and other in Chernivtsi Region) and the village of Rascov in Moldova – OE rǽsc “horror” and ǽw "law, custom".

Rohatyn (Rogatyn), the district city of Ivano-Frankivsk Region – OE ryge "rye", OE tūn "village".

Romny, a city in Sumy Region – OE romian “to seek, aim”.

Romodan, a town in Myrhorod district of Poltava Region – OE rūma „space”, OE dān „humid, humid place”;

Rukhotyn, a village in Khotyn district of Chernivtsi Region – OE rūh "raw, rough", OE tūn "village".

Rybotyn, a village in Korop district of Chernihiv Region – OE rūwa "cover, covering", OE tūn "village".

Rykhta, the river, lt of the Trostianycia, rt of the Irsha, lt of the Teteriv River, the village of Rykhta in Vyshhorod district of Kiev Region – OE riht, ryht, “right, direct”.

Rykhtychi, a village in Drohobych district of Lviv Region – OE riht, ryht, “right, direct”.

Selatyn, a village in Putyla distruct of Chernivtsi Region – OE sele "house", "housing", OE tūn "village".

Senkiv, a village in Poltava district – OE sencan “to dip, sink”.

Seym, the river, lt. of the Desna River – OE seam "side, seam".

Skowiatyn, a village in Borshiv district of Ternopil Region – OE scuwa "shade", "protection", OE tūn "village".

Skwyra, the district city in Kiev Region and the Skwyra River, lt of the Ros’ River, rt of the Dnieper River – OE swiera “neck”, “ravine, valley”.

Smela, a city in Cherkassy Region – the name of the city can have as Slavic as Anglo-Saxon origin. (Eng smile or smell) but but OE smiellan "to strike, hit, burst" suits best of all taking in consideration the diphthong in the old variant of the city's name.

Smiach, the river, rt. of the Snov, rt. of the Desna River and the village of Smiach on it – OE smieć “smoke, steam”.

Steniatyn – OE stān "stone", tūn “village”.

Strutyn, a village in Zolochiv district of Lviv Region – OE streaw "straw", tūn "village”.

Strutynka, a village s in Vinnytsia Region and two villages in Odessa, and Region – OE streaw "straw", tūn "village”.

Swessa, the river, lt. of the Ivotka, lt. of the Desna River, the town of Svessa in Sumy district – OE swǽs “peculiar, pleasant, beloved”.

Tal, the river, rt of the Teteriw, rt of the Dnieper River – OE dǽl “valley”.

Tarashcha, a town in Kiev Region – OE. đurre “dry”, ǽsc “ash-tree”.

Tetiew, a town in Kiev Region – OE. tætan “to gladden, coddle”.

Tulchin, the district center in Vinnytsia Region – OE tulge “strong, firm”.

Ushomyr, a village in Korosten’ district of Zhitomyr Region – OE. æsc "ash-tree”, mære "border".

Wendychany, a town in Vinnytsia Region – OE wendan “to turn”, cinn “chin”.

Yahotyn (Yagotyn), a city in Kiev Region – OE iegođ „a little island”.

Zerce, the river west the town of Olevs’k – OE sierc "shirt".

Zhelon’, the river, rt of the Low Prypiat’ River – OE scielian “to part”.

Zherev, the river, lt of the Uzh River, rt of the Prypiat’ River – OE. gierwan "to boil” or "to decorate”.

Zhereva, lt of the Teteriv, rt of the Dnieper River – OE. gierwan "to boil” or "to decorate”.

Zhitomyr, the center of the Region – OE. scytta "protection”, mære "border".

Zhuratyn, a village in Bus’k district of Lviv Region – OE gierian "to equip, prepare, make ready", tūn “village”.


Poland


Boratyn, a villages in Subcarpathian Voivodeship – OE bora "son", OE tūn "village".

Chotyniec, a village in Subcarpathian Voivodeship – OE hof "enclosure, dwelling, court", tūn "village”.

Chotynin, a village in Łódź Voivodeship – OE hof " enclosure, dwelling, court ", tūn "village”..

Czorsztyn, a village in Lesser Poland Voivodeship – OE scorian "to jut out", stān “stone, rock”.

Rymanów, a town in Subcarpathian Voivodeship – OE rīman "to count, number, relate".

Rytro, a village in Lesser Poland Voivodeship – OE rið "rivulet, stream","quiet, calm, gentle, soft”.

Szaflary, village in southern Poland – AS sceaf “sheaf, bundle”, OSax. lāri “empty”.

Tyniec, a village as a part of the city of Kraków – OE tūn "village”.

Wałbrzych, a city in Lower Silesian Voivodeship – OE wæl “whirpool, eddy, river”, brycg “bridge”.


Czech Republic and Slovakia


Čadca, the district town in northern Slovakia near the border with Poland and Czech Republic – OE scēad(ā) "separation".

Chotĕnov, a village and municipality in Pardubice Region of Czech Republic – OE hof "dwelling, court, building", tūn "village”.

Chotín, a village in the Nitra Region in Slovakia – OE hof " enclosure, dwelling, court ", tūn "village”.

Chotyně, a village in Liberec Region of Czech Republic – OE hof "dwelling, court, building", tūn "settling".

Chotyněves, a village in Ústí nad Labem Region of Czech Republic – OE hof "dwelling, court, building", tūn "settling".

Chrudim, a city in the Pardubice Region of the Czech Republic- AS hrōd (rōd) "plat of land", eam "an uncle".

Horšovský Týn, a town in Plzeň Region – OE tūn "settling, town, village".

Hrochův Týnec, a village in the Pardubice Region of the Czech Republic - OE tūn "village"? Maybe Slavic modification of the Anglo-Saxon name.

Lokca, a village in Žilina Region of Slovakia – OE locc “lock of hair”.

Olomouc, a city in Moravia – OE eola "elk", moc "manure". However the name can have Czech origin as holy “bare| und mauc “mountain” (Wikipedia).

Stod, a town in Plzeň Region – OE stōd "stud of horses".

Týn nad Vltavou, a town in Southern Bohemia – OE tūn "village"

Týn nad Bečevou, a village in the Olomouc Region of the Czech Republic – OE tūn "village"? Maybe Slavic name.

Týnec is a village in Southern Moravia – tūn "village"? Maybe Slavic modification of the Anglo-Saxon name.

Týnec nad Labem, a village in Central Bohemia – OE tūn "village"? Maybe Slavic modification of the Anglo-Saxon name.

Týnec nad Sázavou, a town in Central Bohemia – OE tūn "village"? Maybe Slavic modification of the Anglo-Saxon name.

Týnec, a village in Southern Bohemia – OE tūn "village"? Maybe Slavic modification of the Anglo-Saxon name.

Týneček, a village in the Olomouc Region of the Czech Republic – OE tūn "village"? Maybe Slavic modification of the Anglo-Saxon name.

Týniště nad Orlicí, a town in the Hradec Krālovē Region of the Czech Republic – OE tūn "village"? Maybe Slavic modification of the Anglo-Saxon name.

Týnišťko, a village in the Pardubice Region of the Czech Republic – OE tūn "village"? Maybe Slavic name.


Germany


Beesten, a municipality in Lower Saxony – to AS beēastan “to the east”?

Breddin, a municipality in Brandenburg – AS bræd „breadth, width“, OE tūn "village".

Dresden, the capital city of Saxony – OE dærst (dræst) „leaven, dregs, refuse“.

Emsdetten, a town in North Rhine-Westphalia – AS ēam “uncle”, deað “death, dying”, OE tūn "village".

Eutin, a city in Schleswig-Holstein – AS ēow „yew-tree“, OE tūn "village".

Genthin, a town in Magdeburg – AS gēn „again“, OE tūn "village".

Gilten, a municipality in Lower Saxony – AS gylt „sin, crime“, OE tūn "village".

Hatten, a municipality in Lower Saxony – AS hāt „hot, fire“, OE tūn "village".

Hopsten, a municipality in Rhine-Westphalia – OE hop „a part of land“, OE tūn "village".

Klitten, a village in Saxony – AS clite „coltsfoot“, OE tūn "village".

Mallentin, a municipality in Meklenburg-Vorpommern – AS – māl „case, cause, action, agreement”, læn “loan, borrowing, resent”. , OE tūn "village".

Motten , a municipality in Bavaria – AS mōt „moot, council, court” , OE tūn "village".

Prettin, a town in Saxiny-Anhalt – AS prætt „trick, craft, art“, OE tūn "village".

Roggentin, a municipality in Meklenburg-Vorpommern – AS rogian „to flourish“, gēn „again“, OE tūn "village".

Schmitten, a municipality in Hesse – AS smitte „smudge, smut, blot“, OE tūn "village".

Schotten, a town in Hesse – AS scēotan “to soot”, OE tūn "village".

Velten, a town in Brandenburg – AS wæl 1. “slaughter, carnage”. 2. „whirlpool, eddy, pool“, OE tūn "village".

Wettin, a town in Saxony-Anhalt – AS wæt „wet, moist“, OE tūn "village".

Wilthen, a town in Saxony – AS will „wile, trick“, OE tūn "village".

Wulften, a municipality in Lower Saxony – AS wulf „wolf“, OE tūn "village".

Zarrentin, a town in Meklenburg-Vorpommern – AS carr “stone, rock” , OE tūn "village".

Bad Zwesten, a municipality in Hesse – OE twist “fork”.