Several trade products, especially food, have been named after their places of origin throughout the centuries. To mention just a few,
- champagne, after Champagne, France.
- calico, after Calicut, India
- cashmere, after Kashmir, India/Pakistan
- port, after Oporto, Portugal
- muslin, after Mosul, Iraq
- alsatian (a German shephard) after Alsace, France
- china (tableware), after China
- canary, Canary Islands
- spa, after Spa, Belgium
Is there, in linguistics, a phrase or term for naming something after its place of origin?
Edit - Re Tim's answer, although most of them are trade products, the term I'm looking for also includes animals, behaviors, recipes, etc.