Wilno is the Polish and Belarusian name of the city of Vilnius.
Vilnius ( (ˈvʲɪlʲnʲʊs ); see also other names) is the capital of Lithuania, and its largest city, with a population of 539,939 (806,308 together with Vilnius County) as of 2014. The name of the river derives from the Lithuanian language word vilnis ("a surge") or vilnyti ("to surge"). The city has also been known by many derivate spellings in various languages throughout its history: ''Vilna'' was common in English. The most notable non-Lithuanian names for the city include: Wilno, Вiльнюс, Вiльня, Wilna, Viļņa, ''Вильнюс'', ווילנע (''Vilne''), Vilno. An older Russian name was Вильна / Вильно (''Vilna/Vilno''), although Вильнюс (''Vilnius'') is now used. The names ''Wilno'', ''Wilna'' and ''Vilna'' have also been used in older English, German, French and Italian language publications when the city was part of Poland. The name ''Vilna'' is still used in Finnish, Portuguese, Spanish, and Hebrew. ''Wilna'' is still used in German, along with ''Vilnius''.