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enosis

[ ih-noh-sis, ee-noh-; Greek e-naw-sees ]
/ ɪˈnoʊ sɪs, iˈnoʊ-; Greek ˈɛ nɔ sis /
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noun (sometimes initial capital letter)

a movement for securing the political union of Greece and Cyprus.

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Origin of enosis

1935–40; <Modern Greek énōsis,Greek hénōsis union, equivalent to henō-, variant stem of henoûn to unify (derivative of hén, neuter of heîs one) + -sis-sis
e·no·sist, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for enosis

enosis
/ (ˈɛnəʊsɪs) /

noun

the union of Greece and Cyprus: the aim of a group of Greek Cypriots
C20: Modern Greek: from Greek henoun to unite, from heis one
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