Cyclades

[ sik-luh-deez ]
/ ˈsɪk ləˌdiz /

plural noun

a group of Greek islands in the S Aegean. 1,023 sq. mi. (2,650 sq. km).
Greek Ki·klá·dhes [kee-klah-thes] /kiˈklɑ ðɛs/ .
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Cyclades
/ (ˈsɪkləˌdiːz) /

pl n

a group of over 200 islands in the S Aegean Sea, forming a department of Greece. Capital: Hermoupolis (Ermoupoli, on Syros). Pop: 112 615 (2001). Area: 2572 sq km (993 sq miles)Modern Greek name: Kikládhes
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