Beware: the contents of this article are not to be taken as official.
- Norwales (norþwalas) is an Old English term for who we today call the Welsh.
- Cornwales (cornwealas) is also from Old English. I arbitrarily decided to keep the -s for this map. I do not encourage this spelling elsewhere.
- East Engels as a term is similar to Wales because both derive from the plural forms of demonyms.
- Great Western Ocean is an attested name for the Atlantic.
- Welsc Sea uses the old definition of Welsh, which kind of meant "Celtic" long ago. Even Gauls were called Welsh at one point, like in the Old English term galwalas.