Boguslav - XXIV-9 (transliterated)

  • Year: 1910
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Богуслав  Bohuslav [Ukr], Boguslav [Rus], Bohslov [Yid], Bohusław [Pol], Boguslaw, Boslev

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Росава  Rosava [Ukr], Rossava [Rus], Rosavo [Yid], Rosawa [Pol], Rossawa  

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Медвин  Medvin [Rus], Medvyn [Ukr], Medwin [Pol]  

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Кошевата  Kivshovata [Ukr], Koshevatoye [Rus], Kovshevataya [Ukr], Koszowata [Pol], Koshevata, Koshevaty, Kivshuvata,

Kiwszowata  

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Стеблёв  Stebliv [Ukr], Steblëv [Rus], Steblev [Yid], Steblów [Pol], Steblëv Pervyy  

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Тараща  Tarashcha [Rus], Tarascha [Ukr], Tarasche [Yid], Taraszcza [Pol], Tarasca, Tarashtcha  

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Корсунь  Korsun’-Shevchenkivs’kyy [Ukr], Korsun'-Shevchenkovskiy [Rus, since 1944], Korsun' [Rus, until 1944], Korsn [Yid],

Korsuń Szewczenkowski [Pol], Korsun-Schewtschenkiwskyj [Ger], Karun' Sheychenkovskaya  

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Рокитно  Rokytne [Ukr], Rokitnoye [Rus], Rokitna [Pol], Rokitno [Yid], Rakitnoye, Rakitno  

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