Discussion in 'Forum Games' started by wrenchboy, Oct 7, 2014.
In Yuma Arizona there are some number roads that include a fractional number.
3 1/2 road
2 1/4 road
Tightwad, MO; and yes, there is a Tightwad Bank.
Ball's Falls, Ontario
Sober Island, Nova Scotia
Bacon Cove, NFLD
Crotch Lake, Ontario
Belchertown, MA (usa)
Big Skin Bayou Oklahoma
Long Island, NY has some interesting town names here's a few... Mattituck, Ronkonkoma, Hauppague, Shinnecock.
Cities in Michigan
Watching videos of people trying to pronounce Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch is pretty funny.
Here's a website to help you:
What/where is this?
Lone Tree, IA. @ the time the town was settled it was the lone tree, it has since fallen down & died.
Truth or Consequences.
In my mother's home town there is a street called "Behind the ham".
I have always been amused by Jersey Shore, PA. All the more curious because it is neither near New Jersey, nor near the shore.
Where I used to live we had
Flesh Hovel Lane (name originates from the abattoir that used to be there.)
Not a town, but Chunky Gal Mountain in north Georgia.
Also, Country Girl Road in Princeton WV.
Gotta love those names.
Homolovi state park
Near Winslow Arizona
Indian name pronounced Homol'ovi
What language is the name from and does the l' represent a palatalized L, a glottalized L or a voiceless L?
Hopi meaning " little hills "
Thank you. So, the apostrophe after the L would be a glottal stop.
Separate names with a comma.