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Exonyms in Georgia

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Exonyms in Georgia

Explanation of the terms endonym and exonym here External. Return to exonyms summary page here

For technical reasons, all alternative place name versions in the lists below have been labelled as "exonyms", even though it may be a local-language alternative form.

Note: many of the postal code ranges shown below originate from Wikipedia and may not be complete – caution is advised when using them.

Alternate place name forms/postal code tables can be acquired at http://www.grcdi.nl/settlements.htm External

Other language place name data can be acquired at http://www.grcdi.nl/otherlanguageplace.htm External

Georgia: Endonyms External and exonyms External in German:

Postal code GeorgianGerman For more information about this place:
  თბილისი or T’bilisi → Tiflis Tbilisi - Wikipedia External

Georgia: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Icelandic:

Postal code GeorgianIcelandic For more information about this place:
  თბილისი or T’bilisi → Tibilisi Tbilisi - Wikipedia External

Georgian place names should be used in preference to their Russian equivalents.

Georgia: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Russian:

Postal code GeorgianRussian For more information about this place:
  ახალქალაქი or Akhalk’alak’i → Akhalkalaki Akhalkalaki - Wikipedia External
  ახალციხე or Akhalts’ikhe → Akhaltsikhe Akhaltsikhe - Wikipedia External
  ბაღდათი or Baghdati → Mayakovskiy Baghdati - Wikipedia External
6000-6010 ბათუმი or Bat’umi → Batumi Batumi - Wikipedia External
  ბორჯომი or Borjomi → Borzhomi Borjomi - Wikipedia External
  ჭიათურა or Chiat’ura → Chiatura Chiatura - Wikipedia External
  დუშეთი or Dushet’i → Dusheti Dusheti - Wikipedia External
  გურჯაანი or Gurjaani → Gurjaani Gurjaani - Wikipedia External
  ჯვარი or Jvari → Dzhvari Jvari (town) - Wikipedia External
  ხონი or Khoni → Tsulikidze Khoni - Wikipedia External
  ქობულეთი or K’obulet → Kobuleti Kobuleti - Wikipedia External
  ქუთაისი or K’ut’aisi → Kutaisi Kutaisi - Wikipedia External
  მცხეთა or Mts’khet’a → Mtskheta Mtskheta - Wikipedia External
  ფოთი or P’ot’i → Poti Poti - Wikipedia External
  რუსთავი or Rust’avi → Rustavi Rustavi - Wikipedia External
  სამტრედია or Samtredia → Samtrediya Samtredia - Wikipedia External
  სენაკი or Senak’i → Senaki Senaki - Wikipedia External
4200 სიღნაღი or Sighnaghi → Signakhi Signagi - Wikipedia External
  თბილისი or T’bilisi → Tbilisi Tbilisi - Wikipedia External
  თელავი or T’elavi → Telavi Telavi - Wikipedia External
  თეთრიწყარო or T’et’ri-Tsqaro → Tetri-Tskaro Tetritsqaro - Wikipedia External
  ტყიბული or Tqibuli → Tkibuli Tkibuli - Wikipedia External
  Tsit’eli-Tsqaro → Tsiteli-Tskaro  
  წყალტუბო or Tsqaltubo → Tskhaltubo Tsqaltubo - Wikipedia External
  ზესტაფონი or Zest’ap’oni → Zestafoni Zestaponi - Wikipedia External

Georgia: Endonyms External and exonyms External in Spanish:

Postal code GeorgianSpanish For more information about this place:
  თბილისი or T’bilisi → Tiflis Tbilisi - Wikipedia External

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