" How Queensland Got Its Name" "Jervis Bay History". Retrieved 24 September 2011. 45 Vasmer suggests a Kabardian origin: šešen. Campania is likely derived from the toponym of the ancient city of Capua (from *Campuam/Kampuam *Campania) which was the most important city in the region during the oscan and etruscan period. 65 Their etymology is uncertain: possible derivations include Angul citation needed (the Angeln peninsula of eastern Jutland 66 the "people of the Narrow Water" (from the proposed proto-Indo-European root *ang-, "narrow or *angh-, "tight in reference to the Angeln's Schlei inlet, citation needed "people. Ida-Virumaa : "Eastern Virumaa" see Virumaa below Jgeva : from Estonian jgi "river" ( Pedja river ) and possibly vahe "between" (since the old estate stood on an island in the river meaning "between rivers". Trnava : The name of the city derives from the Slovak word tnie thornbush which characterized the river banks in the region. From the Irish Laigin people, named after láigne, the broad blue-grey iron spearheads they carried, and Old Norse star, meaning place or territory. Celtologists have suggested a derivation from the Celtic root cant-, meaning "rock" or "stone and from the suffix -abr, used frequently in Celtic regions. Telemark Tele comes from an old tribe. Thus the word Ardeal could become Erdély. Old documents sometimes use the variant Ipuscoa. Another theory suggests *kaste-lan as the Iberian name, later Latinized as castellani (an Iberian tribe in northern Catalonia according to Ptolemy then the name would have evolved into *catellani *catelans *Catalans. A chronicle of 905 uses the form Arba, but later the word commonly appears as Alaba or Alava. Rioja : speculatively interpreted as "red" from the redness of a prominent soil type in the area. The "heights" reference the southernmost part of the Barisan mountain range that runs through all the western part of the Lampung province. 32 Glorioso Islands, a territory: Presumably from their glorious appearance. The Journal of the Polynesian Society, Vol. Hibernia, 5, cartier Island: discovered by a Captain Nash, aboard the. The current name, Bratislava, dates from 1837 when the Slavist scholar Pavel Jozef Šafárik reconstructed a variant of the name, Betislaw 53 a from old names, believing that these derived from the name of the ruler Bretislaus I of Bohemia.