On Worldbuilding: Place Names - countries, cities, places

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Hello Future Me
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*CORRECTION* : Istanbul was not officially renamed till many centuries later (though the name Istanbul was used within the Ottoman Empire colloquially), and the maps I found were not necessarily Ottoman made - my bad research there. The point about names and power still stands, but I made a mistake. If you want a different example, look into St Petersburg in Russia, whose name changes reflected power shifts as well. No flag, no country name, and I'm backing it up with this rifle from... the National Naming Association. ***Watch out 6/12/19*** ~ Tim

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Tanky The Magnorite
Tanky The Magnorite

Minas tirith is actually the language of GONDOR, not sindarin. The sindarin word for tower is Barad from Barad-dûr, meaning dark tower, or tower of darkness in sindarin.

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Christian Panas
Christian Panas

Istanbul is a name that came out of pure, abstract description and, more curiously, from Greek words, not Arabic. So it's not really an example of naming for power at all, rather the most plebeian kind of reality labeling: "Ης την Πόλη," "is tin polis," or "(going) to The City." And it's definitely The City, not the city, ecause to that part of the world, there was no other city worth calling such. I guess maybe you could say the power comes in un-naming it Constantinople, but I'm not sure it's a great example of the point you're trying to make. St. Petersburg to Leningrad (back to St. Petersburg) might work better.

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Ridge Albert
Ridge Albert

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Orion Deshawn
Orion Deshawn

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Jayako Grocock
Jayako Grocock

Saint Petersburg was the reformation of Neva following the destruction of Novgorod. Thanks Russia...

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A. P
A. P

Now I feel better about using placeholder names in my writing drafts for fictional places and names for different species.

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Dutch Doggo
Dutch Doggo

something you could also take in effect is lets say, two towns expanding and growing together into one over the years, an interesting example is that near where i live there is a place called "Hoogezand-Sappemeer" these used to be two separate towns (Hoogezand and Sappemeer) but joined together as they expanded towards eachother.

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Centergrate
Centergrate

I know of three rivers that I drive by called "Fish dam river, big fish dam river, and little fish dam river". So yes, some places are named big and little.

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saeklin
saeklin

"Coke" is effectively a proprietary eponym or "genericism". Other examples are Jello, Xerox, Kleenex, Roller Blades, Q-tip, etc. They are brand names that become so popular as to take over the generic name in everyday language. On a related note, Champagne is the genericism for sparkling wine, but only sparkling wine from the Champagne region can be called "champagne" on the labeling.

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Wille k
Wille k

5:47 🤔 The people of Orkney are called Orcadians. The Norse who settled there were described by monks as if they were orcs. The fantasy Orcs came from the north, in Angband.

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Jonny Bowler
Jonny Bowler

I can't remember where it is or what its name is, but there is a lake in America that translates to "you fish on that side, we fish on this side and no-one fishes in the middle" in the native language, simply because that's what they said when the colonists asked the name of the lake.... Names are hilarious

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Canadian Idiot
Canadian Idiot

It would be cool to have a vid of the same style about weapons/items/holy relic. Many weapons are given names or change names like Narzil becoming Anduril, amongst other swords in Tolkien’s world

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Milkymalk
Milkymalk

Hildes-heim, not Hilde-sheim; literally "Hilde's Home".

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Lghtngblt
Lghtngblt

Small "city" I used to live in was called Lacey's Spring after three Lacey brothers discovered a clear spring that would provide their settlement with clean drinking water.

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The god of squirrels
The god of squirrels

Istanbul is no bodies business but the Turks.

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Silly Willy
Silly Willy

This reminds me of "Battle", the name of the village nearest to the "Battle of Hastings"

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Rafe Kelley
Rafe Kelley

Fun fact Gael as a term for gaelic speakers is probably originally an exonym as well, from the old welsh term for foreigner Guoidel, which has the Gaelic cognate Gall. Welsh is of course the derived from the old English term for foreigner, so the irish/scotts are the welsh of the welsh. I can't track it down but I have seen speculation that the orginal endonym of Gaelic speakers was something like Feni but they maynot have had a common identity with single name prior to borrowing Gael from welsh.

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Nev G
Nev G

Fun fact: King's Landing is also where King Tommen Baratheon landed after jumping out a window.

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big clover
big clover

1:37

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Lord Telperion
Lord Telperion

Terra!

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Commpisto
Commpisto

Even IKEA comes with better names than most countries.

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Commpisto
Commpisto

Lol, the earths name in my language is "Ball of land"

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James Carruthers
James Carruthers

The Romans didn't call Scotland "land of the Scoti". They called it either Pictavia (land of the painted people) or Caledonia (land of the Caledonii tribe). The tribe of the Scoti were mainly based in north eastern Ireland and it was used as a general term for Irish Gaels. The Gaelic Scoti kingdom of Western Scotland (Dal Riata) probably didn't yet exist during Roman times. And the pre-Gaelic, pre-Roman endonym does survive in the Gaelic language; Alba, as in Albion, the oldest known name for all Britain. Which makes sense as Scotland was the last remaining part of Britain where the people didn't identify with the Romans, and the union of the Picts and Gaels was probably originally dominated by the Picts (despite the Gaelic language eventually becoming dominant).

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Noah Bella
Noah Bella

Zealand is also the name of a Provinz in the Netherlands

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iResonate
iResonate

Only those in America who are on coke call all sodas coke.

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Gavin Power
Gavin Power

We see Oma and Shu’s tomb

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LogDogZebraGod
LogDogZebraGod

the no flag no name bit was great lol

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Daniel Shipley
Daniel Shipley

My epic fantasy world is literally called.... The Continents. A few cities: Ceraborn, Lensia and Mormo. Pretty good I think haha

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Kitten Pinkamations
Kitten Pinkamations

Then there’s my sad attempt; Me coming up with town names on a Minecraft server and naming a place, “Zenquarriver,” because it’s zen, a quarry, and there’s a river. Zen-Quarry-River. Zenquarriver.

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Mark Hoover
Mark Hoover

See, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kleine_Scheidegg and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grosse_Scheidegg.

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Tepalus
Tepalus

Helms Klamm (Helms Deep) "Where helmets are windy" You gotta respect Tolkiens naming skill.

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Corinne Eaglebridge
Corinne Eaglebridge

15:40 *blinks* *repeats segment* I was just caught off guard because an island in a video game I play is called Jorvik... (Some place names include Silverglade, Valedale, Firgrove, Jarlaheim, Dundull, New Hillcrest, Crescent Moon Village, and Fort Pinta)

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The Radioactive Player
The Radioactive Player

A place name I created before watching this video, for the reasons described in the video: Setton Town Seaton Town Sea Town Town Sea Town That Sea Town Town vs. Sutton ie South Town

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Ricardo Camacho
Ricardo Camacho

Trying to wrap my head around the fact Scotland could have been called Gayland.

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Ricardo Camacho
Ricardo Camacho

To answer your question about "Bigger" and "Smaller" in names, to distinguish similar places. Here in Portugal we have Campo Grande and Campo Pequeno. Which means "Big field" and "Small field" and are names of places in Lisbon. They're also names of metro stations. Corresponding to their respective areas obviously. There's also other place names like Beira Baixa, which means "Low Edge" (edge as in the edge of a cliff, or of a table, not the edge of a blade, that would be a Gume). Queluz de Baixo which means Down Queluz, or Queluz of Down, Lower Queluz. Queluz itself is believed to be of Arabic origin like many other city names in Portugal (Algarve is the most notable example). Rio Maior, which means Larger River. So yeah, plenty of examples, I could probably find many more.

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Joseph McCarthy
Joseph McCarthy

Well done Eddie Izzard joke.

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John Burt
John Burt

One day, I'm going to write an SF story set on a world settled by people arriving from Earth whose first settlement is called Good Landing. It was named by the pilot of the lander. You know what a pilot's definition of a "good landing" is, right . . . ?

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Czerny
Czerny

8:52 in germany it's very common to have cities named "Big-something" or "small-something". Theres Groß-Zimmern and Klein-Zimmern, Groß-Umstadt, Groß-Ostheim ("Big-Easthome") Groß-Biberau (which I just now realize can be translated as Big-Beaver-[word for grassland near the water]... and those are just a few places in my area that came to my head. (Some other unrelated favourites include Dieburg, technically just saying "Thecastle", Fischbachtal ("Fishbrookvalley", which I think sounds very pretty in english), Darmstadt (that's a funny one in my opinion, Darme is the name of a creak that runs through the city, but Darm is also your intestine or at least part of it, so you basically got a city called City of intestines), Altheim (Oldhome) and Dreieich (Threeoak).

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Evongelo
Evongelo

In America we have a lot of Indian names for places. Like Chattanooga and Tallahassee as just a couple examples.

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Luca nahuel Leiss
Luca nahuel Leiss

I live in La Matanza (;

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Mon trainer ash D
Mon trainer ash D

I made the debatably foolish decision to create several actual languages to name locations There is a chance I want to die

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Hecking Heck
Hecking Heck

Half of America calls “fizzy drinks” soda and the other half calls it pop, coke isn’t very common

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Kit DuBhran
Kit DuBhran

American here: I do not call all fizzy drinks coke. They are called soda. You may also call them soda pop. If you call them pop I will look at you funny. You say coke, and I will hand you a Coca Cola. Also, in vein of the River River. Have you seen the Christian fish, with the Greek letters in it? Those letters spell out the Greek word for fish. So that is literally a fish fish. I think it every time I see one on someone’s car. “Fish fish!”

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Aspern Park
Aspern Park

Yeeaah, the people of the medieval times weren't the brightest candles

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Adam Wolf
Adam Wolf

Here around Cincinnati, Ohio, two rivers flow into the Ohio river and they are the Little Miami River and the Great Miami River. So, it's not exactly the "big" and "small" thing, but it's close!

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Derek Padilla
Derek Padilla

But shuntv earth been called ocean?

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Sifilone
Sifilone

My city name came from the arab frase: " Source of loud water" in naming cities i usually choose to name them with something you can only found in them.

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John Willy Flaten
John Willy Flaten

Im just glad we didnt name the planet.....Planet :P

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UKWA Totsku
UKWA Totsku

Thank god for the Romans, otherwise we would have been called "Gayland"...

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Lostime
Lostime

Tower of the god, Me a weeb: TOWER OF GOD

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Galderon 1
Galderon 1

In Germany, there exist 2 cities called "Frankfurt" so they named them after the rivers that float there: "Frankfurt am Main" and "Frankfurt an der Oder" which means Frankfurt near the river "Main" and Frankfurt near the river "Oder".

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Boredfan Gerrude
Boredfan Gerrude

Toby Fox, the creator of Undertale handled the rather uninspired name of the ruins of the old city of the monsters and the new city home of the monsters pretty well in my opinion for the reason that while the name is kind of dumb, it's made believable when it's pointed out that the one who named it, King Asgore was bad at naming things. Because let's be real, naming things is really hard.

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Sapien
Sapien

8:58 It reminds me of here in Germany having two Frankfurts. Frankfurt at the Main and Frankfurt at the Oder. The latter was named after the former but both were eventually named after the river that they're at.

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ARCHIE
ARCHIE

There was once a river in America simply called "the the river river" but because that name sucks they decided to "loosely" translate it to Dutch and call it the murderkill river

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Ballroom Blitz
Ballroom Blitz

That’s not Dutch lol. Maybe it means “moordkuil” “murderpit”

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I Liked Google Plus
I Liked Google Plus

A place that's called "bigger..." is Great Britain, to distinguish it from the smaller Britain, or Brittany. Both were home to the Britons

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I Liked Google Plus
I Liked Google Plus

The City of London came first

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Mountainarchist
Mountainarchist

Hmm, pretty unlikely that they would have problems with D. Its a pretty common sound, and H probnably wouldnt replace it anyway. I reccomend divine falls--> divuhnfuys --> davunfas

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Steven Choza
Steven Choza

Actually, Istanbul is actually not an Arabic word; it’s actually just Greek for “to the City” which, if we ignoring that first word, means people are just calling Constantinople “The City.” Also, the Ottomans were Turkish, not Arabic.

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Rafael Geraldo
Rafael Geraldo

Roman 1: "Okay, we need to name this place we took from the Gaels. Any ideas?" Roman 2: "How about Gaeland?" Roman 1: "Yeah, 'Gaeland'... I like that." Roman 3: "LOL Gayland" Roman 1: *sighs* "Scotland it is."

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S J Glenson
S J Glenson

Doncaster the centenment of caster

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Penri Plays
Penri Plays

"who does understand Welsh?" *laughs in welsh* fŵl

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S. Munro
S. Munro

Avon=River... huh. So Ker Avon means Dog-River.

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JTRaptor 777
JTRaptor 777

"or that stupid farm your D&D players really want to buy FOR NO REASON." LOL

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The God Emperor of Mankind
The God Emperor of Mankind

This is not earth, it is holy terra

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lilli luna
lilli luna

the city of Bologna (italy) 's name litteraly just cames from Bononia which is the latins way of saying the they had cleared out the swamp over there and it could be used to build camps in now ( pretty much the same place the verb to bonify comes from I just find it personaly funny the name is litteraly just "that place we bonified"

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sßss sss
sßss sss

Well, I call all soda soda. Unless it really is Coke, then I call it Conk

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Sean Kopper
Sean Kopper

Someone probably said it already in the 2,000 comments but Little Round Top and Big Round Top are hills in Gettysburg, there's your example

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Max Grozema
Max Grozema

My home province is loosely translated to 'green place', named after the capital which is also called 'green place'. The whole province is flat agricultural farmland. That's how stupidly simple naming can be.

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Blandy8521
Blandy8521

This gave me an idea for the d&d campaign I'm in. "Forest of Fallen Giants. This forest was once the site of ancient battle. This place was once called “The Great Loss” as this battle mostly wiped out the giants. Those who survived scattered and the name was lost to history. Centuries later the battleground became a forest and was found by primitive humans who worshipped the corpses as gods. In the present day Pine Industries has claimed the land and is studying the giants to see how they function and how they can be used to further Pine Industries Pine Industries making intuitive decisions so you don’t have to."

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Heliopath
Heliopath

Today I learned that They Might be Giants are supporters of islamic culture.

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Adam Baker
Adam Baker

Correction Scotland during roman times was originaly known as Caledonia derived from Caledonii the peoples living there during the time of the Romans. It only became Scotland when the Scotti a northern Irish gaelic tribe conquered the area and displaced the Brythonic peoples and this was well after the Romans left Britain

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Paul Ballard
Paul Ballard

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The Green Ghost
The Green Ghost

2:18 What about Minas Gerais?

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Ερμής Σουλδάτος
Ερμής Σουλδάτος

Istanbul is an Arabic name?!?!?!?! Where exactly did you hear that??? It comes from the Greek «Is Tan Polan», meaning "to the city"

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Emily
Emily

"Simple names stick" Me: ~looks at Massachusetts town names~ "Not always but sure"

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Rudy Fisher
Rudy Fisher

Hello Future Me, you should do a video on world building in Isekai (like Ready Player One, Sword Art Online, etc). How world building a videogame world for a fictional story is different than world building for just a story or a videogame in real life.

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Stefan Sauvageon / What-a-Twist
Stefan Sauvageon / What-a-Twist

In France, Scotland is called "country of the Gaels"

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Eric Gabriel Bautista Jaimes
Eric Gabriel Bautista Jaimes

What is the origin of the name of your cities?

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spacemarine633
spacemarine633

Sometimes ridiculously simple names are just as viable. For example: the capital of the german state northrhine westfalia is Düsseldorf. Düssel is the name of the river that flows through it Dorf is simply german for village So it translates to village by the düssel. Not only does this show how utterly simplistic names can be sometimes (it just describes where it is) it also shows that the name has not changed as it expanded from being a village to becoming the state capital.

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PyjamaMC
PyjamaMC

This is actually so in depth it's crazy. When me and my friends had to make up a country name for a school project, everytime they came up with an unpronouncable name I would veto it cause "what population in their right minds would rattle that doozie off everytime they wanted to say where they were". I also can't stand when a DM's list of cities are all latin-based, and for no reason at that.

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Vanillastump
Vanillastump

How I think names of places change. 1 guy pronounces it wrong, and "corrects" enough people that it becomes the word. Like how people say "ect cetera" or "expresso".

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Vanillastump
Vanillastump

In U.S., also never say fizzy-drink. Pop, Coke, Soda, all of those are used. I've never heard fizzy-drink outside of other English speaking YouTubers outside the U.S., or on TV shows based there.

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Freddy Powell
Freddy Powell

A note about Gloucester/Gloucestershire: Gloucester is not the castle of Gloucestershire. Gloucestershire is the county(shire) around Gloucester. Gloucester comes from a remnant of the old place name (a welsh root I believe), and then the castle of that place.

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Alex
Alex

8:55 there's a place in Scotland called Biggar...

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Vale Brücken
Vale Brücken

10:28 Wasn't it officially Constantinople until the 1920s though?

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Luke Eszeha
Luke Eszeha

Actually ist hildes-heim not hilde-sheim

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Sage Delphi
Sage Delphi

I would love to know the history behind this New Mexico town named “truth or consequences”

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Eric Gabriel Bautista Jaimes
Eric Gabriel Bautista Jaimes

Sound interesting

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Andii Neushul
Andii Neushul

My city is translated to 'The Crosses' and it's named as such because it was originally a cemetery where people could be buried while the west was being.. 'settled' and eventually a settlement grew. We even like to refer to here as 'The City of Crosses'

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Samuel Pulkkinen
Samuel Pulkkinen

Thinking of One Piece and its namings: - The Drum island, a snowy land which has humongous mountains as if cut part way, so they don't shrink to a peak, but end in a drum-like appearance. - Logue Town, the birthplace and the place of execution decades later for the great Pirate King, the city of beginnings and ends. (ProLOGUE and epiLOGUE) And of course many others, some of which are a bit more in your face and not as natural-seeming.

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Dezert _drnerdycat
Dezert _drnerdycat

In Indiana there is still a town called battleground by the locals.

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Kyle O'kane
Kyle O'kane

how DARE you insult the druid state of Treeland!

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Matthew Parker
Matthew Parker

Eoforwic Pronounced like "that."

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Darius der Rote
Darius der Rote

In Germany there are two towns called 'Gutebutter' (good or fresh butter) and 'Faulebutter' (lazy or rancid butter). I have no idea why (something about bad harvests and muddy ground I think), but it's fascinating!

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Hughie Gibson
Hughie Gibson

Hahaha, love the Eddie Izzard reference.

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Michael Zoller
Michael Zoller

I bet when we meet aliens, 90% of them will call their home planet some variant of "Dirt".

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Jack Writer
Jack Writer

In german Germany means Deutschland. And German is Deutsch. ...so while in german that works, in english it means... We have many germs?

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Juan Pablo Villaseñor
Juan Pablo Villaseñor

So, what you're saying is that Istanbul... was Constantinople, but now it's Istanbul, not Constantinople?

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Greatest Axolotl
Greatest Axolotl

👽

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NcX
NcX

For the record, no, Americans do not call all fizzy drinks "coke". That's just a Southern thing (and things can be weird in the South).

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Greatest Axolotl
Greatest Axolotl

haha i live in the south, and most people i know dont even call coke "Coke" they call it conk lmao

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Jason Peterson
Jason Peterson

Western United States =Pop, South(ern) United States = Coke, Eastern United States = Soda for "fizzy" drinks! lol

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Jungle The rainwing
Jungle The rainwing

In the Dragonwatch series there is a town in Titan Valley called 'Small Side'

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Michael Drzyzga
Michael Drzyzga

The idea of endonyms vs exoynyms was really interesting me. I've been pondering a post-post apocalyptic setting, and the way humans vs descendants of surviving alien invaders compete for influence - well, I want to call it interesting, but if writers block persists, am I really interested? Or do I simply *want* to be interested?

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nanardeurlambda
nanardeurlambda

"is there any place called like 'bigger... thing' ?" Well, I don't know, what do the people from 'Great Britain' think of this one? :- p

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SamJPatterson
SamJPatterson

Love love LOVE the Eddie Izzard reference

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Manfred Connor
Manfred Connor

@8:54 Duh. How about "Little Big Horn"? "Greater Serbia" "Upper Saxony" .............Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.........................."Great Brittan" ........................................Oh, gosh darnit! That was sarcasm wasn't it? ; @ P

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