Bahamar region was added in v2.4 patch, which may be named after the Bahamas. The original names (as listed in the data-tables) of the 4 swamps are: Marshland, Pantano la Sombra, Pantano Eterno, and Pantano Encantados. These correspond with v2.4 names, except for the last swamp, which probably should be translated as Enchanted Swamp or Swamp of Enchantment.
The Bahamas are a group of about 700 atolls and cays in the western Atlantic Ocean, of which only between 30 and 40 are inhabited. The land on the Bahamas has a foundation of fossil coral, but much of the rock is oolitic limestone; the stone is derived from the disintegration of coral reefs and seashells. The land is primarily either rocky or mangrove swamp.
A bayou is a body of water typically found in flat, low-lying areas, and can either refer to an extremely slow-moving stream or river (often with a poorly defined shoreline), or to a marshy lake or wetland. Bayous are commonly found in the Gulf Coast region of the southern United States, particularly the Mississippi River region, with the state of Louisiana being famous for them. A bayou is frequently an anabranch or minor braid of a braided channel that is moving much more slowly than the main stem, often becoming boggy and stagnant, though the vegetation varies by region. Many bayous are home to crayfish, certain species of shrimp, other shellfish, catfish, alligators, and a myriad of other species.