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EnglishEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

The US city is named after the English town (from which several prominent colonists had come), which itself is sometimes said to be named as a contraction of Botolph's town or Botolph's stone (the name Botolph itself coming from Old English Botwulf, from boda + wulf). However, this is uncertain.

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Boston

  1. The capital and largest city of Massachusetts, the informal capital of New England, and the county seat of Suffolk County; named for the town in England.
    • (Can we date this quote?), Unknown:
      And here’s to good old Boston, / The land of the bean and the cod, / Where Lowells talk only to Cabots / And Cabots talk only to God.
  2. A town and borough Lincolnshire, England.
  3. A city in Georgia, United States; named for Thomas M. Boston, who found a medicinal spring near the town site.
  4. A town in Indiana; named for the city in Massachusetts.
  5. A town in New York; named for the city in Massachusetts.
  6. A town in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
  7. A town in South Australia.
  8. A municipality of the Philippines.
  9. A village in County Clare, Ireland.
  10. A village in Kyrgyzstan.
  11. A neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky.
  12. A CDP in Nelson County, Kentucky.
  13. A CDP in Pennsylvania.
  14. A CDP in Accomack County, Virginia.
  15. A settlement in Belize.
  16. A settlement in Suriname.
  17. An unincorporated community in Texas; the de jure county seat of Bowie County.
  18. An unincorporated community in Belmont County, Ohio.
  19. An unincorporated community in Highland County, Ohio; named for the city in Massachusetts.
  20. An unincorporated community in Licking County, Ohio.
  21. An unincorporated community in Summit County, Ohio; named for its township, itself named for the city in Massachusetts.
  22. An unincorporated community in Missouri; named for the city in Massachusetts.
  23. An unincorporated community in Culpeper and Rappahannock counties, Virginia.
  24. (card games) An eighteenth-century trick-taking card game for four players, with two packs of fifty-two cards each.
  25. A habitational surname transferred from the place name.
  26. (rare) A male given name transferred from the place name and the surname.

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Proper nounEdit

Boston m

  1. Boston

CzechEdit

Proper nounEdit

Boston m

  1. Boston

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Further readingEdit

  • Boston in Kartotéka Novočeského lexikálního archivu

FinnishEdit

 
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Proper nounEdit

Boston

  1. Boston

DeclensionEdit

Inflection of Boston (Kotus type 6/paperi, no gradation)
nominative Boston Bostonit
genitive Bostonin Bostonien
Bostoneiden
Bostoneitten
partitive Bostonia Bostoneita
Bostoneja
illative Bostoniin Bostoneihin
singular plural
nominative Boston Bostonit
accusative nom. Boston Bostonit
gen. Bostonin
genitive Bostonin Bostonien
Bostoneiden
Bostoneitten
partitive Bostonia Bostoneita
Bostoneja
inessive Bostonissa Bostoneissa
elative Bostonista Bostoneista
illative Bostoniin Bostoneihin
adessive Bostonilla Bostoneilla
ablative Bostonilta Bostoneilta
allative Bostonille Bostoneille
essive Bostonina Bostoneina
translative Bostoniksi Bostoneiksi
instructive Bostonein
abessive Bostonitta Bostoneitta
comitative Bostoneineen

PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English Boston.

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Boston f

  1. Boston (a city in Massachusetts, United States of America)

Serbo-CroatianEdit

 
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PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /bôston/
  • Hyphenation: Bos‧ton

Proper nounEdit

Bȍston m (Cyrillic spelling Бо̏стон)

  1. Boston

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SpanishEdit

 
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Proper nounEdit

Boston ?

  1. Boston