U.S. City Name Etymologies
Can you guess these U.S. cities based on what they are named for?
- Quiz by Quizmaster - Jan 14, 2018
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"Brotherly Love" in Greek
Mythical bird that rises from its own ashes
Duwamish tribal chief
Apostle who spread Jesus's teachings to the Gentiles
Englishman who tried to colonize Virginia
French for "red stick"
Author of the Bill of Rights
Seventh President of the U.S.
City in Georgia
Plato's home town
College town in New York
Greek island, home to Odysseus
Suburb of D.C.
City in Egypt
City in Arizona
A geographical formation, Spanish for "table"
Suburb of Chicago or Denver
Roman goddess of dawn
Suburb of Chicago
Rome's greatest orator
City in Texas
Spanish for "yellow"
"Body of Christ" in Latin
Spanish for "the pass"
City in New Hampshire
The birthplace of the Industrial Revolution
City in northern California
Greek expression yelled by a person making a discovery
City in upstate New York
Greek colony on Sicily, home to Archimedes
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