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What are States named after countries?


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New Hampshire - Hampshire England New York - York England New Jersey - Jersey England

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There are eleven elements that are named after states, countries an geographical features. Californium is named after California. Francium is named after France. Gallium is named after the Latin word for France, Gallia. Germanium was named after Germany, Germania.

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That depends on what sport. In sports such as baseball, yes. Also, the teams can be named after countries, or provinces/states, like in the CFL.

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They both are the same but has been named differently in different countries and states.

They both are the same but has been named differently in different countries and states.

The United States all I know, and the only one I know of is a ghost town in West Virginia.

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According to the related website, 3220525 women or girls in the United States are named Mary. Of course there are many in other English-speaking countries, such as Canada and England. No doubt there are also several who have that name spelled the way in countries where other languages are spoken.

Elements are named after countries, not countries after elements ! Countries: francium, germanium, gallium, ruthenium, indium Regions: scandium, hassium, californium Continents: americium Also many towns.

There are no Central American countries named for saints. The closest would be El Salvador - 'The Savior.'

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