Cypriote


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Cyp·ri·ot

 (sĭp′rē-ət, -ŏt′) also Cyp·ri·ote (-ōt′, -ət)
n.
1. A native or inhabitant of Cyprus. Also called Cyprian.
2. The ancient or modern Greek dialect of Cyprus.
adj.
1. Of or relating to Cyprus or its people or culture.
2. Of or relating to Cypriot Greek.

[French cypriote, from Greek Kupriōtēs, from Kupros, Cyprus.]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Cypriote - a native or inhabitant of CyprusCypriote - a native or inhabitant of Cyprus  
Cyprus - an island in the eastern Mediterranean
European - a native or inhabitant of Europe
Adj.1.Cypriote - of or relating to Cyprus or its people or culture; "Cypriot expatriates"; "Cypriote monasteries"
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In the second, building pillars to keep 'em out is purely a Cypriote trick, unworthy of British bees.
Amman, June 30 (Petra) -- Minister of Agriculture and Environment Ibrahim Shahahdeh Sunday met with the Cypriote Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment Costas Kadis on the sidelines of the preparatory meeting for the Climate Action Summit in the United Arab of Emirates (UAE).
Prevalence of impacted and transmigrated canine teeth in a Cypriote orthodontic population in the Northern Cyprus area.
From watercolours, acrylic and 'quick sand' process, to ceramic sculptures glazed with Cypriote minerals, the series has maintained its connect with nature.
A Re-examination of the Interpretation of Cypriote Material Culture in the MCIIILCI Period in the Light of Textual Data.
A descriptive atlas of the Cesnola Collection of Cypriote antiquities.
Coverage includes pieces identified as early blown Favrile glass; flowerforms; engraved, carved, and cameo glass; Byzantine; Cypriote; lava; paperweight; aquamarine; agate; peacock; brown; molded glass; and miscellaneous.
Kelahmet, "Prevalence of impacted and transmigrated canine teeth in a Cypriote orthodontic population in the Northern Cyprus area," BMC Research Notes, vol.
The students at Pennsylvania State University did not agree with the statements made by the Cypriote students; instead, they strongly agreed that their choice of education as a major resulted from their --love of teaching children, of working with young children, and by their perceived inborn talent for teaching...