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          Toponomastica danubiana

 

 

         Source: Maurizio Tani, La rinascita culturale del ‘700 ungherese, Roma: Gregorian University Press, 2005 ( ISBN: 88-7839-018-9)  

         Legenda 

         aggettivo: adjectiv         vedi: see  

            i – italiano   l – latino   ru – rumeno    s – slavo     cr – croato   ser – serbo    slo – slovacco  t – tedesco    u – ungherese

 

List of place names in different danubian languages 

Alba Iulia, vedi Gyulafehérvár

Alba Regalis, vedi Székesfehérvár

Agram, vedi Zagreb

Agria, vedi Eger

Aranyosmarót (u) = Zlate Moravce (slo)

Bács (u) = Bač (ser)

Bécs, vedi Wien

Besztercebánya (u) = Banská Bystrica (slo)

Bratislava, vedi Pozsony

Buda (oggi parte di Budapest, u) = Buda (l, i), Ofen (t)

Budapest (u) = Budapestinum (l), Budapest (h, i, t)

Beszterce (u) = Bisztricium (l), Bistritz (t), Nösen (t), Bistriţa (ru)

Cinquechiese, vedi Pécs

Debrecen (u) = Debrecinum (l), Debretzin (t)                                                         

Diakóvár (u) = Djakovo (cr)

Eger (u) = Agria (l, i), Erlau (t) 

Esztergom (u) = Strigonium (l), Strigonia (i), Gran (t), Stihom (slo)    

Fiume (i) = Fiume (u), Flumina (l), Rijeka (cr), St. Veit am Pflaum (t)

Gran, vedi Esztergom

Győr (u) = Jaurinum (l), Giavarino (i), Raab (t)                 

Gyulafehérvár (u) = Alba Iulia (l), Alba Giulia (i), Alba Julia (ru)                      

Hermannstadt, vedi Nagyszeben

Kalocsa (u) = Caloca (l), Caloccia (i)                                                                      

Kassa (u) = Cassovia (l, i), Kaschau (t), Kosice/Koice (slo)

Kecskemét (u) = Kecskemétinum (l)                                                                           

Kolozsvár (u) = Claudiopolis (l), Claudiopoli (i), Cluj(-Napoca) (ru), Klausenburg (t)

Komárom (u) = Comaromium (l), Komárno (slo)

Leopoli, vedi Lemberg

Lemberg (t, u) = Lwow (s), Lemberg (t, u)

Nagybecskerek (u) = Nagybecskerekinum (l), Grobetschkerek (t), Becsmen (ser), Zrenjanin (ser)

Nagyszeben (u) = Cibinium in Transylvania (l), Gran Sebenico (i), Hermannstadt (t), Sibiu (ru)

Nagyszombat (u) = Tyrnavia (l), Tyrnau (t), Trnava (slo)

Nagyvárad (u) = Magnovaradinum (l), Granvaradino (i), Growardein (t), Oradea (ru)

Nyitra (u) = Nitra (l), Neutra (t), Nitra (slo)

Ofen, vedi Buda

Pannonhalma (u) = Mons Pannoniae (l)

Pápa (u) = Papa (l, i)                                                                                                  

Pécs (u) = Quinque Ecclesiae (l), Cinquechiese (i), Funfkirchen (t), Pétskostel (s)                      

Pozsony (u) = Posonium (l), Pressburg (t), Presburgo (i), Possonio (i), Bratislava (slo)

Raab, vedi Győr

Ragusa (i; aggettivo: raguseo) = Ragusa (l, u), Raguza (h), Dubrovnik (cr)

Rozsnyó (u) = Rosnavia (l), Rosenau (t), Roznava (slo)

Strigonium, vedi Esztergom

Székesfehérvár (u) = Alba Regalis (l), Alba Regia (i), Stuhlweissenburg (t)           

Szeged (u) = Segedinum (l), Seghedino (i)

Szepes (regione di, u) = Comitatus Scepusiensis (l), Spisská (slo)

Szepesbéla (u) = Bela in Scepusio (l), Berl (t), Spisská Bela (sc)

Szerém (regione di, u) = Srijem (cr)

Szombathely (u) = Savaria (l, i), Steinamanger (t)                                  

Tata (u) = Tata (l, i), Dotis (t)

Temesvár (u) = Temesvarium (l), Temeschwar (t), Timişoara (ru)

Trencsén (u)  = Trenchinium (l), Trentschin (t), Trencin (slo)                        

Tyrnavia, vedi Nagyszombat  

Ungvár = Uzgorod (s)

Vác (u) = Vacium (l), Vaccia (i), Waitzen (t), Vacov (slo)           

Várad, vedi Nagyvárad

Veszprém (u) = Veszprimium (l), Vesprino (i)

Wien (t) = Vienna (l,i), Wien (t), Bécs (h)

 Zagreb (cr) = Zágréb (u), Zagabria (l, i), Agram (t)

Zara (i) = Zadera (l), Zara (u), Zadar (cr)