10 One-Letter Place Names – Find Out Where They Are

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7. Ø in Denmark:

The “Ø” is a hill in eastern Jutland, mainland peninsula of Denmark. Now, just like “Ö”, despite the fact that “Ø” is not being surrounded by water, the name literally means “island” in Danish and Swedish.

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Ø in Denmark

8. U in Micronesia:

“U” is a Pacific Ocean island in the Federated States of Micronesia that is lying about 1000miles southeast of Guam. It is the name of the second smallest of the six districts of Pohnpei. And it is pronounced like the “uh” vowel in a bug, “U” is derived from one local Pohnpeian word which means “tide.”

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