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Yokohama-shi (Japan)


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    • us: Yokohama (Japan)
    • us: 横浜市 (Japan)
    • us: City of Yokohama (Japan)
    • us: Jokohama (Japan)
    • us: Горад Іакагама (Japan)
    • us: Horad Iakahama (Japan)
    • us: Іакагама (Japan)
    • us: Iakahama (Japan)
    • us: Йокохама (Japan)
    • us: Ĭokokhama (Japan)
    • us: Γιοκοχάμα (Japan)
    • us: Giokochama (Japan)
    • us: Jokohamo (Japan)
    • us: Иокогамæ (Japan)
    • us: Iokogamæ (Japan)
    • us: יוקוהמה (Japan)
    • us: Yoḳohamah (Japan)
    • us: Иокогама (Japan)
    • us: Iokogama (Japan)
    • us: Ёкохама (Japan)
    • us: Ëkokhama (Japan)
    • us: Ёкохама хот (Japan)
    • us: Ëkokhama khot (Japan)
    • us: Иокогаме (Japan)
    • us: Iokogame (Japan)
    • us: Јокохама (Japan)
    • us: Ëkoḣama (Japan)
    • us: Йокогама (Japan)
    • us: Ĭokohama (Japan)
    • us: יאקאהאמע (Japan)
    • us: Yoḳohame (Japan)
    • us: Iokoama (Japan)
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    • Yokohama
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    • found: Nihon chimei d. j., 1968: v. 5, p. 292 (Tsurumi-chō under Tsurumi-ku; Tsurumi-chō and Asahi-mura [no publs. in LC data base] merged into Yokohama-shi in 1927 and became part of Tsurumi-ku)
    • found: Daijiten (Tsurumi; merged into Yokohama-shi in 1927 and became part of Tsurumi-ku)
    • found: Kanagawa-ken no chimei, 1984: p. 171, etc. (Kanagawa-machi [no publs. in LC data base]; abs. by Yokohama-shi in 1901)
    • found: Nihon rekishi d. j., 1973 (Kanagawa-machi; abs. by Yokohama-shi in 1901; listed under Yokohama-shi)
    • found: Webster's new geogr. dict., 1984 (Kanagawa, town, Kanagawa Prefecture, Honshu, Japan; N. surburb of Yokohama; formerly an important port, now incorporated with Yokohama)
    • found: Wikipedia, May 20, 2014 (Yokohama (横浜市 = Yokohama-shi), officially the City of Yokohama, is the second largest city in Japan; capital city of Kanagawa Prefecture; 35°26ʹ39ʺN 139°38ʹ17ʺE) Afrikaans page (Jokohama) Belarusian page (Горад Іакагама = Horad Iakahama; Іакагама = Iakahama) Bulgarian page (Йокохама = Ĭokokhama) Greek page (Γιοκοχάμα = Giokochama) Esperanto page (Jokohamo) Ossetic page (Иокогамæ = Iokogamæ) Hebrew page (יוקוהמה = Yoḳohamah) Kazakh page (Иокогама = Iokogama) Mongolian page (Ёкохама = Ëkokhama; Ёкохама хот = Ëkokhama khot) Eastern Mari page (Иокогаме = Iokogame) Serbian page (Јокохама = Jokohama) Tajik page (Ëkoḣama) Ukrainian page (Йокогама = Ĭokohama; Йокохама = Ĭokokhama) Yiddish page (יאקאהאמע = Yoḳohame)
    • found: Getty thesaurus of geographic names online, May 20, 2014 (Yokohama (preferred); Iokoama, Jokohama)
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    • 1980-07-24: new
    • 2015-08-17: revised
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