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Kabalafeulde – today Kobylie. means mare field/land, kabala=kobyla (slavic), feulde=field/land (germanic)
Filka – Veľka, Velika (great, large) – slavic
Baasfiamyklousfelde – field/land of baas, son of miklos (nicholas). mishmash of latin, germanic, hungarian…
Zylwaswyffalw – szilvásújfalu. slivník village. szilva=plum in hungarian, probably of slavic origin, wyffalw=újfalu=new village in hungarian
Ighazaszalanch – egyházasszálánc  ;D egyház is hungarian for church, temple or something like that. szálánc = slanec, slavic origin
Imylamochar – imyla=unknown, maybe hungarian, močar=swamp (slavic)
Elsoycha – oľšavica, slavic
Elsoa – oľšava
Ilswa – oľšava  ;D
Weresuagasa – vörösvágás, means "red clearing" in hungarian
Mokoycha – makovica, slavic
Bodonwara – Bodon was nobleman from Lapuspatak (stone creek) branch of Aba family. he built the castle Makovica, also called Bodonvár. vár=hungarian for castle. name Bodon is of unknown origin, but Aba dynasty was mainly of turkic (khazar) origin
Thwgrina – yes, Tuhrina  :) unknown origin
Noghbagh – Nagybagy  ;D today Bačkovík. nagy=great, large in hungarian, bagy (baď)=unknown origin
names Tarcza/Torysa, Chornad/Hornad, Poprad are unknown, probably of pre-slavic origin.

i didnt make it up, its from Osídlenie Košickej kotliny III by Varsik  ;D

some more funny names
(years arent needed, all are from middle-ages)

Kanatopa
Kemonahurka
Korythweulgh
Kuzurumezew
Kwnapathaka
Kysthopul
Saruschkorong

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