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Hohhot (China)

LC control no.n 82145320
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Geographic headingHohhot (China)
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Geographic subdivision usageChina--Hohhot
Variant(s)Huhehaote (China)
Huhehaote shi (China)
呼和浩特市 (China)
Hu-ho-hao-tʻe (China)
Hu-ho-hao-tʻe shih (China)
呼和浩特 (China)
Kȯke Qota (China)
Kȯkeqota (China)
Khȯkh Khot (China)
Khȯkhkhot (China)
Kuei-hua (China)
Huhhot (China)
Hou-ho (Inner Mongolia, China)
Huhe-hoter (China)
Kuku-khoto (China)
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inDai, H.C. Huhehaote jian shi, 1981: t.p. (呼和浩特 = Huhehaote [Wade-Giles: Hu-ho-hao-tʻe])
Altan Orgil. Kȯke Qota-yin su̇m-e keyid, 1981: t.p. (Kȯke Qota [in Mongolian script; Cyrillic spelling: Khȯkh Khot or Khȯkhkhot])
Japan. Rikuchi Sokuryōbu. Kasei Kita Shina ... Kweihwa (Kuei-hua), 1934-
BGN gaz., China, 1990 (Kuei-hua see Hohhot)
Jankowiak, W.R. Sex, death, and hierarchy in a Chinese city, 1992: CIP galley ("Huhhot is the capital city of the Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region (IMAR)")
Hu-ho-hao-tʻe ching chi tʻung chi nien chien, 1992: t.p. (Hu-ho-hao-tʻe shih) t.p. verso (Huhehaote [in rom.])
GEOnet, Mar. 12, 1999 (Hohhot; PPL, 40°48ʹ38ʺN 111°39ʹ08ʺE, variants: Hohhot Shi, Hou-ho, Huhehot, Huhe-hoter, Hu-ho-hao-tʻe, Hu-ho-hao-tʻe shih, Kuei-sui hsien [earlier name], Kuku-khoto)
Bayin-a bayin-a, 2006: title page verso (呼和浩特 = Huhehaote)
Baotou gong an zhi, 1999: t.p. (呼和浩特市 = Huhehaote shi)
Vikipedii︠a︡, Oct. 15, 2010 (Khȯkh Khot [in Cyrillic]; Kȯkeqota [in Mongolian script]; city in Inner Mongolian region of China)
Geographic area codea-cc-im