For example, one of the mountain ranges is a place they lived for a while but then left due to a lack of ore. I translated Dead Mountain to Niikor Onol or another where they live now is by an inland sea so named it Udar Onol. I may play with the lettering some but i like the idea.
How do these names sound?
Of course my artistic talent is so bad that i have to add a translation.
Amat Arel is the giant inland sea nestled into a mountain valley. It river feeds the human capital city, which is on the coast where the river hits the sea.
Onol is mountain, so each of those are mountain ranges. They were named by the dwarves, and then Bitter Peaks was named by the barbarians that live in the north.
Further south, we have The Sand Sea, with the "Vanishing River" that disperses into the sand and then to the east, the Oasis River that is diverted from the Misty River (that name will probably change) and it flows along an old river bed, ending up in the Oasis Canyon, which is also a trade post. From there we go south into Wood Elf territory, and a bunch of unpronounceable names.
Alust'linae is a decent sized lake, fed by the vanishing river (it goes underground and comes up in or near the lake) The others are pretty clear i think. The rain forest itself is called Atara'lath.
Then to west is the Halfling farmlands which is fed by an irrigation river. (As a side note i used live next to one of those, we moved after a couple kids drowned and the town wouldn't front the money to build a fence)
As for river placement, do they work or am i breaking too many rules?