Welsh place names in other countries
- Bagillt Lake - named after Bagillt, Wales
- Bryn Crwn - Welsh for 'round hill'.
- Bryn Gwyn - Welsh for 'white hill'.
- Dolavon - from Dolafon, the Welsh for 'meadow by the river'.
- Drofa Dulog
- Glan Alaw - Welsh for Owen Jones, the donor of the land.
- Glyn Du - Welsh for 'black creek' or 'black valley'.
- Hendre - Welsh for 'Old Town'.
- Puerto Madryn - named after the Welsh estate of Sir Love Jones-Parry.
- Trelew - named after Welsh settler Lewis Jones.
- Treorky - also Treorcky.
- Trevelin - from Trefelin, the Welsh for 'Mill Town'.
- Tyr Gobaith - Welsh for 'land oh hope'.
- Tyr Halen - Welsh for 'salty earth'.
- New South Wales - Captain James Cook originally called it 'New Wales', later adding the 'South'.
- Aberglasslyn - likely corruption of Aberglaslyn
- Allynbrook - from River Alyn
- Bangor - named after the birthplace of the landowner.
- Cardiff - name suggested by a Welsh settler in 1889.
- Llanarth - suburb of Bathurst, from Llanarth
- Llangothlin - anglicisation of Llangollen
- Swansea - a coal mining community.
- Western Australia
- Herefordshire: Numerous villages, parishes and farms in the Archenfield region adjacent to Wales, including:
- Shropshire: Numerous villages, parishes and farms, notably in the Oswestry area adjacent to Wales, including:
- Bangor Ridge (Portland)
- Llandilo (Westmoreland)
- Llandovery (St Ann)
- Llandewey (St Thomas)
- Western Cwm - a glacial valley on the face of Mount Everest (cwm is Welsh for 'valley')
- Swansea - a former copper mining town.
- New Jersey
- New York
- Pennsylvania See Welsh tract for more information
- Bala Cynwyd
- Bangor - the first Chief Burgess an emigrant from Wales.
- Bryn Mawr - founded by Welsh Quakers.
- Caernarvon Township
- Upper Gwynedd and Lower Gwynedd Townships.
- Montgomery County
- Nanty Glo - from the Welsh nant y glo, stream of coal.
- North Wales
- Radnor Township
- Tredyffrin Township 
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- Captain Cook's Journal: Preface, The University of Adelaide eBooks. Retrieved 2012-01-12.
- Dr. Rebecca Tortello, The People Who Came, The Gleanor, June 7, 2004. Retrieved 2012-01-12.
- The Quakers of Dolgellau, BBC North West Wales, 17 January 2008. Retrieved 2012-01-14.
- 0966e Gwefan Cymru-Catalonia, The Wales Catalonia website. Retrieved 2012-01-14.