Kyiv

Kyi = Kij = Sambat = Shambat = Шамбат (bulgariska) = Самбатас (bulgariska)

Kyiv = Киоаба = Kuar = Kænugarðr = Κια(ο)βα = Shambatas = Sambatas = Σαμβατας (grekiska)

enligt Konstantin VII Porfyrogennetos

Latin: Veterem Ruthenum =  Staroruština (czech)
Rutenici, Regio Rutenico

Even now the dwellers by the Danube call this town Kievetz.

Den gotiske historikern Jordanes lär ha kallat bosättningen Danapirstadir.


Kujaba, Kuyaba, Куявія ,Куябия, Куйа.а, Кукийана, Kuyavia, Kujawia, كويابة‎ (Kūyāba) = Kyiv
Arsania, Artania = near Riazan/Rjazan
Slaavia, Slawia, Славия, Славія, صلاوية‎‎ (Ṣ(a)lāwiya) = Ilmen Slavs territory

From wikipedia:
Kuyaba (Arabic: كويابة‎ Kūyāba) was one of the three centers of the Rus or Saqaliba (early East Slavs) described in a lost book by Abu Zayd al-Balkhi (dating from ca. 920) and mentioned in works by some of his followers (Ibn Hawqal, Al-Istakhri, Hudud ul-'alam). The two other centers were Slawiya (Arabic: صلاوية‎ Ṣ(a)lāwiya) tentatively identified with the land of Ilmen Slavs and Arthaniya (Arabic: ارثانية‎ ’Arṯāniya) not properly explained.


Kiou, Kiov, Kionien(sis) - i latinska källor.
Ruthenoru.
Kiow, Kiovia.
Kiouf, Kioff


City was built 861 by Prince Kio. 1615 burnt by Tartars. The Palatinate of Kjovia is also called Volhinia Inferior, and also the Vkrayne, and is a part of Red Ruthenia, and lies on the both sides of Nieper.
Källa/Source: ''A Geographical Dictionary, Representing the Present and Ancient Names of All...'' Av/by Edmund Bohun

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