See also: enosis and ênosis

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Borrowed from Greek Ένωσις (Énosis, union).

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Enosis

  1. Any political movement aiming to incorporate Greek-populated areas currently outside Greece into Greece.
    1. (especially) A political movement aiming to incorporate the island of Cyprus into Greece.
      • 2019, Roderick Beaton, Greece: Biography of a Modern Country, Penguin 2020, p. 312:
        Despite the pragmatic reluctance of government ministers, in Greece the cause of Enosis quickly took fire in street demonstrations and in the columns of the press.

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Enosis f

  1. Enosis (movement aiming to incorporate Cyprus into Greece)