Definition for nicosia (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for nicosia
Nicosia has been aggressively courting Tel Aviv to this end.Israel Looks to Eurasia to Achieve Top Energy and National Security Goals|Allison Good|October 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I am given a cabin to share with the MP, whom I view after the long days in Nicosia more and more as a very old friend.
We visited severally Nicosia, the inland capital of the kingdom, Fuma Gosta, and a few other unimportant sea-side villages.The Thistle and the Cedar of Lebanon|Habeeb Risk Allah
The place to which Isaac had retreated was a city which he possessed in the interior of the island called Nicosia.Richard I|Jacob Abbott
And Bisset forthwith related several incidents that had occurred during the residence of the Tartars at Nicosia.
At that time, however, the state of Nicosia was very different.
The whole island by this time was occupied by the Turks, Nicosia and Famagosta alone holding out.Venice and its Story|Thomas Okey
British Dictionary definitions for nicosia (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for nicosia (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for nicosia
eatern Mediterranean island, from Greek Kypros "land of cypress trees" (see cypress).