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Seattle (Wash.)


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    • us: City of Seattle (Wash.)
    • us: سياتل (Wash.)
    • us: Siyātil (Wash.)
    • us: Горад Сіэтл (Wash.)
    • us: Horad Siėtl (Wash.)
    • us: Сіэтл (Wash.)
    • us: Siėtl (Wash.)
    • us: Сиатъл (Wash.)
    • us: Siatŭl (Wash.)
    • us: Σιτ̔̈«”αϐ·τλ (Wash.)
    • us: Siatl (Wash.)
    • us: 시애틀 (Wash.)
    • us: Siaetʻŭl (Wash.)
    • us: סיאטל (Wash.)
    • us: Siʼaṭel (Wash.)
    • us: Сиетл (Wash.)
    • us: シアトル (Wash.)
    • us: Shiatoru (Wash.)
    • us: Сиэтл (Wash.)
    • us: Сијетл (Wash.)
    • us: Sijetl (Wash.)
    • us: Сієтл (Wash.)
    • us: Sii͡etl (Wash.)
    • us: Séatl (Wash.)
    • us: 西雅圖 (Wash.)
    • us: Xiyatu (Wash.)
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    • found: U.S. Engineer Dept. Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors. Port and terminal facilities at the port of Seattle ... 1941.
    • found: Washington place names origins, via WWW, March 2, 1999 (Seattle. The largest city in Washington is on Puget Sound in northwest King County. It extends 15 miles north-south, and about nine miles east-west, with the main business section centering around Elliott Bay. The city has diversified industries and businesses. It was named for Noah Sealth, chief of several Indian tribes when Seattle was established in 1851.)
    • found: Involving all neighbors : building inclusive communities in Seattle, c2000: cover (City of Seattle)
    • notfound: NUCMC data from Seattle Municipal Archives for Southeast Seattle (Wash.). Town Council. Minutes, 1906 (Southeast Seattle was inc. on July 2, 1906, following a merger with Hillman City and York, for the sole purpose of being annexed to Seattle, Wash., on Jan. 7, 1907)
    • found: GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (ppl; 47°36ʹ22ʺN 122°19ʹ55ʺW)
    • found: Wikipedia, July 28, 2010 (Seattle; 47°36ʹ35ʺN 122°19ʹ59ʺW) Arabic page (سياتل = Siyڶatil) Belarusian page (Горад Сіэтл = Horad SiЇetl; Сіэтл = SiЇetl) Bulgarian page (Сиатъл = SiatІul) Greek page (Σιτ̔̈«”αϐ·τλ = Siatl) Korean page (시애틀 = SiaetІul) Hebrew page (סיאטל = SiaѴtel) Macedonian page (Сиетл = Sietl) Japanese page (シアトル = Shiatoru) Russian page (Сиэтл = SiЇetl) Serbian page (Сијетл = Sijetl) Ukrainian page (Сієтл = SiЋiЌetl) Uyghur page (SЃeatl [in rom.]) Yiddish page (סיאטל = SiaѴtl) Chinese page (西雅圖 = Xiyatu)
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    • 1979-05-01: new
    • 2017-10-21: revised
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