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:Yes, see [[List of state and territory name etymologies of the United States]] which contains information, and especially references you can follow, to allow you to research answers to the question yourself.--[[User:Jayron32|<span style="color:#009">Jayron</span>]][[User talk:Jayron32|<b style="color:#090">''32''</b>]] 13:56, 3 June 2019 (UTC)
::I should've clarified that I wondering about prefixkansas rivers, settlements, lakes, mountains, townships or other geographic names. Like Urkansas, Nawkansas, Plotokansas.. I have not heard of any besides Arkansas. I've ruled out counties, [[Arkansas County]] is the only one. [[User:Sagittarian Milky Way|Sagittarian Milky Way]] ([[User talk:Sagittarian Milky Way|talk]]) 15:36, 3 June 2019 (UTC)
*If you click through to that etymologies article, you'll see that it's not even clear that the words Arkansas and Kansas are related to each other at all. Most likely, they are (mispronounced) transliterations of two distinct nations, the Quapaw/Arkansas and the Kaw/Kansas. --[[User:Mareino|M]][[User_talk:Mareino|<font color="orange">@</font>]][[User:Mareino|r]][[Special:Contributions/Mareino|<font color="orange">ē</font>]][[User:Mareino|ino]] 19:26, 3 June 2019 (UTC)