on N coast of Atka I., Aleutian Islands.
Name given for Kovurof Bay to the west and published by US@C&GS in the 1944 Aleutian Coast Pilot (p. 97). It was called "Cape Tolstoi" meaning "broad", by Ingenstrem (complete name not available), the name was published by Captain Lutke (1836, p. 310), Imperial Russian Navy (IRN).
Aaxsax, Adgayulix, Adgayus Gaavanaa, Adgayuulgix, Angyam-qala, Asadas Qakuudguu, Asuzudaagamax, Asuzudam Ikladgucha, Asuzudax, Baanax Itax, Bechevin Bay, Bluefox Bay, Chuguuxsax, Chuguzigalix, Hachuugix Umyagix, Hadagusim-quchikix, Hyanasxaa, Igzangtusix, Ikuutas Qalingis, Kahngadgagix, Kinkagux, Kovurof Bay, Podsopochni Bay, Portage Lagoon, Qiigaa Adux, Qunikax, Sergief Bay, Sitam Tatuu, Suung Naagix Chaxaa, Suung Qigaagix Chaxaa, Tillamook Cove, Utxis Udaa, Uzax Hacha, Wall Bay,
Asuzudam-yaaga, Ayagas Hidaluu, Ayuxas Yaaga, Baanax Itam-yaaga, Bechevin Point, Cape Tadluk, Cape Taldluk, Chuguuxsam-hidaluu, Hyaagatum Hidaluu, Island Point, Kovurof Point, Naagix Hadagusix, Podsopochni Point, Qakuudgum-yaaga, Qaxsadgagim-yaaga, Qugidax, Qunikam-yaaga, Sergief Peninsula, Sitam Gutikix, Suung Kadaa, Txaglum-changii, Unguchiing Yaaga, Utxis Yaaga, Uutuux, White Point,