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Podlachian Names
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In this chapter we are seeking to collect as many traditional names of localities in Podlachia as possible.

Each entry in this dictionary begins with the official (Polish) name of a locality; its version in the standardized Podlachian spelling follows the symbol p; its local (traditional) version (sometimes more than one version) follows the symbol m; the symbol inf precedes a short notice of a historical nature about the locality.

Work in progress.

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In the search field, you can use * character (asterisk) for a wildcard, for example: ala* (search for words that start with ala...), *tka (search for words that end with ...tka), etc.

Total names in the dictionary:   282

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Adamowo   p Adamóvo; m Adamóvo;
Homoty   p Homóty; m Homóty;
Koterka   p Kotérka; m Kotérka;
Maćkowicze   p Maćkóvičy;
Mętna   p Mútna; m Mútna; inf vjoska povstała v XIX v.
Mielnik   p Mélnik; m Mélnik; inf perša zhadka v 1240 r.; miêśki prava otrymav v 1440 r., strativ u 1934 r.
Moszczona Królewska   p Moščóna; m Moščóna; inf perša zhadka v 1529 r.
Niemirów   p Nemiróvo; m Nymyróvo; inf perša zhadka v 1495 r.
Radziwiłłówka   p Radzivíłuvka; vjoska povstała v 1576 r.
Tokary   p Tokarê; m Tokarý; inf vjoska povstała v XV v.
Wilanowo   p Vilinóvo; m Vylinóvo;
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