(redirected from Cypriot)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
CyprCypriot (linguistics)
References in periodicals archive ?
This attitude of the Greek Cypriot side, which does not shy away from irresponsibly jeopardizing the security and stability of the Eastern Mediterranean region, is actually the fundamental reason behind the failure of the Cyprus settlement negotiations to produce an outcome for the past half-century.
Some 32 per cent said they wouldn't mind having a Greek Cypriot as a neighbour, with that number edging up to 36 per cent.
President Anastasiades said that the Turkish Cypriot leader, Mustafa Akinci, and he share the same vision of Cypriots being in charge of their island, of Cyprus being reunited and of human rights being guaranteed, with all Cypriots being equal citizens of the EU.
Following Eide's statements, local media in Greek Cyprus reported that the 155,000 hectares of land that were taken from Greek Cypriots during the 1974 Turkish military intervention will be returned to the original Greek Cypriot owners.
Only a well-known Turkish Cypriot journalist, Semer Levent, has already announced plans to stand as a candidate in the European elections.
The Turkish Cypriot side unilaterally opened border crossings, triggering a nostalgic rush of bi-communal visits.
In April 2005 a Turkish Cypriot cemetery in Larnaca, which had recently been rehabilitated as part of a U.
Four of the seven dead were members of the same family, Sotos Zakheos, the Cypriot Foreign Ministry's director-general, said.
Yiannis Papadakis'in Perceptions of History and Collective Identity: A Comparison of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot Perspectives adli eserinde belirttigi gibi, resmi Kibris Rum anlatisi 1955-1960 ve 1974'e odaklanirken, resmi Kibris Turk anlatisi ise 1963 ve 1967 yillari uzerinde yogunlasmis bulunmaktadir.
The Turkish Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash declared a United Nations sponsored plan unacceptable, largely on the grounds that too much land would have to be ceded.
The first action of many Turks who crossed the border was to apply for Cypriot identification cards and passports, establishing a claim to a common citizenship.
Cyprus has been divided into a Greek Cypriot-controlled south and the Turkish Cypriot north since Turkey invaded in 1974 in the wake of an abortive coup by supporters of union with Greece.