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Tag details: York

Tag aliases

TagMembersUsesTranslations
York4441,153German, Spanish, French, Croatian, Icelandic, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian, Slovak, Finnish, Swedish, Turkish
york123474German, Spanish, French, Croatian, Icelandic, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian, Slovak, Finnish, Swedish, Turkish
YORK483German, Spanish, French, Croatian, Icelandic, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian, Slovak, Finnish, Swedish, Turkish
Efrog22Welsh
York.11
efrog00Welsh

Tag translation

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LanguageTranslationVotesTranslatorStatus
BelarusianГорад Ёрк
30
  
BulgarianЙорк
30
  
CroatianYork
11
 Aliased
DutchYork
11
 Aliased
FinnishYork
11
 Aliased
FrenchYork
11
 Aliased
GermanYork
11
 Aliased
IcelandicYork
11
 Aliased
ItalianYork
11
 Aliased
LatinEboracum
10
EdwardSeparate under Eboracum (3 uses, 2 members)
LatvianJorka
30
  
LithuanianJorkas
30
  
NorwegianYork
11
 Aliased
PolishYork
11
 Aliased
Portuguese (Portugal)York
11
 Aliased
RomanianYork
11
 Aliased
RussianЙорк
30
  
SerbianЈорк
30
  
SlovakYork
11
 Aliased
SpanishYork
11
 Aliased
SwedishYork
11
 Aliased
TurkishYork
11
 Aliased
WelshEfrog
30
CynfelynAliased

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