See also: euro, Euro, euró, eŭro, and euro-

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Shortened unetymologically from Europe or Europo- in compounds. 20th-century formation, perhaps echoing terms like Afro-, Indo-, Sino- etc.

An early attestation is the title The "Euro-Asian" or "Anglo-Indian" [1]

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Euro-

  1. pertaining to Europe, especially as a political entity
  2. pertaining to the European Union

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  1. ^ Myles Standish & Co., 1911

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