Meaning : Type of tree, Type Of Tree,

Origin : English,

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Cyprus Expression, Cyprus Soul Urge, Cyprus Inner Dream


Numerology information Cyprus:

numerologyName Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism


Additional information Cyprus:

additionalBiblical Meaning: The name Cyprus is a Biblical baby name. In Biblical the meaning of the name Cyprus is: Fair, fairness.


Definition funny of Cyprus:

urbanAn island in europe which rightfully belongs to the Greeks

urbanI'm going to Cyprus and Greece this summer.

urbanCyprus is an island country in the east Mediterranean which is populated by a majority of Greek and a minority of Turkish people. After what can be claimed to be a CIA coup in the 70s, through which Greece tried to take control of the country, Turkey invaded and set up a puppet state on the north which is still not admitted into the UN.

urbanThe donkey is one of the most characteristic animals of Cyprus.

urbanContrary to popular belief (and in some cases propaganda), Cyprus has been a Greek and Turkish island since the Ottoman Empire conquered it from the Venetians in 1571. Hell, you could even call the people there Cypriots. It is an independent, sovereign, nation; not an island 'belonging' to Greece or Turkey. Cyprus is an island that was never meant to be divided... What happened there is a truly horrible occurence in modern history.

urbanTIMELINE OF THE ONGOING CONFLICT (mostly of the ignored Turkish Cypriot view) #1 Firstly, you must understand that Turkish Cypriots and Greek Cypriots have a different language, religion, and culture and there has never been a single Cypriot identity. #2 The Ottoman Empire conquered the island in 1571. The Turkish and Greek Cypriots, who were the two main ethnically distinct communities on the island, both flourished independently under Ottoman rule. #3 In 1878 the Ottoman Government handed over the administration of Cyprus to Britain, whilst retaining its sovereignty of the island. This period saw the first major British involvement in the affairs of Cyprus, and it is around this time that the present day problems began. #4 The British annexed the island after 1914 and discrimination against the Turkish Cypriots began in earnest. This period was marked by a major agitation by Greek Cypriots for Enosis (the Union of Cyprus with Greece), and under the indifference of the British, Turkish Cypriots were treated by the Greek Cypriots as inferior second class citizens in their own country. #5 In 1960 together with a Treaty of Guarantee backed by Britain, Turkey and Greece, Cyprus gained its independence and a Constitution was formed, which recognised a joint and equal partnership between the two communities. The Greek Cypriots however were determined to overthrow the newly independent Republic of Cyprus from the very outset. #6 In December 1963, the Greek Cypriots launched the Akritas plan with a series of co-ordinated attacks on Turkish Cypriots throughout the island. The aim of the plan was to terrorise Turkish Cypriots into accepting minority status. The Turkish Cypriots were forced to live in barricaded and armed enclaves for their own security and endured inhuman blockades. #7 The present Cyprus situation was effectively sealed when on 4 March 1964 the United Nations, against the 1960 Treaty and Constitution, accepted a government solely formed by Greek Cypriots as the legitimate government of the Republic of Cyprus. Turkish Cypriots were ejected from all positions of Government, and were subjected to repeated violence and great hardships until 1974. #8 On 15 July 1974, the Greek Cypriot Government led by Archbishop Makarios was deposed by a terrorist organisation EOKA-B and the Greek army, who declared Enosis (Union with Greece) and began to attack and kill Turkish Cypriots with a renewed vigour. Turkey intervened on 20 July 1974 following appeals by the Turkish Cypriot community and the deposed Archbishop Makarios, who pleaded at the UN for one of the other two Guarantor Powers to rescue Cyprus and its people, as required by The 1960 Treaty of Guarantee. In doing so, Turkey created a safe haven for the Turkish Cypriots in the north of the island. Turkish Cypriots felt safe for the first time since 1963. #9 From this point the Turkish Cypriots tried to negotiate a political settlement with the Greek Cypriots, applying the principles of the 1960 Constitution to a bi-zonal, bi-communal federal solution. The failure of numerous UN-sponsored talks between the two sides eventually led to the declaration of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus in 1983. Yet this did not resolve the Cyprus situation as only the Greek Cypriot state in South Cyprus received international recognition. #10 Turkish Cypriots have become isolated politically, socially and economically since the events of 1964. The Greek Cypriots have erroneously been treated as the sole Government and administrators for the island, and have gained all the benefits that come with being accepted and integrated within the family of nations. #11 From 2001 the United Nations began more intensely to address the "Cyprus Question". The new initiative culminated in two separate simultaneous referenda on The Annan Plan on 24 April 2004 in North and South Cyprus, which was formulated after protracted negotiations with both sides as well as with Greece and Turkey. The plan was approved by 65% of the Turkish Cypriots, whereas 76% of the Greek Cypriots rejected it.

urbanCyprus is a beautiful Greek Island, South East of the Greek mainland. It is situated in the mediteranean sea and is a member state of the European Union. It's religion is Christianity (Greek Orthodox Church) and the Currency in use is the Cyprus Pound (Will be the Euro soon). Cyprus gained independance from the UK in 1960. The Greek spoken in Cyprus is similar to that of mainland Greece, but with a few differences. Cyprus is to Greece what Sicily is to the Italian Mainland.


Expression information Cyprus:

expressionPeople with this name tend to be creative and excellent at expressing themselves. They are drawn to the arts, and often enjoy life immensely. They are often the center of attention, and enjoy careers that put them in the limelight. They tend to become involved in many different activities, and are sometimes reckless with both their energies and with money.


Soul information Cyprus:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire to create and express themselves, often in public speaking, acting, writing or singing. They also yearn to have beauty around them in their home and work environment.


Songs about Cyprus:

songsCyprus Avenue by Van Morrison from the Album Astral Weeks

songsHits from the Bong (feat. Cyprus Hill) [Explicit] by A Surgeon from the Album Brock Out [Explicit]

songsWishing On A Star (Sen Dog of Cyprus Hill Mix) by Rose Royce from the Album The Very Best Of Rose Royce

songsCyprus Secret Garden for Tai Chi and Reiki. Oriental Music for Meditation by Spa Music Collective from the Album Mediterranea Spa Music - Mediterranean Spa Music. Relaxation Meditation Healing Music for Deep Meditation, Reiki, Massage, Chakra, Yoga and Tai Chi. Relaxing Sounds from the Islands in the Sun

songsSummer In Cyprus by Ernest Gold from the Album Exodus

songsCyprus Sunset by Mediterranean Nights from the Album Azure

songsCyprus: E-se-ve-re-ve (arr. M. Terzis): E-se-ve-re-ve by Kyriakos Gouventas from the Album Michalis Terzis: Music of the Greek Islands


Books about Cyprus:

booksCyprus by Christopher Hitchens (Aug 1984)

booksCyprus, as I Saw It in 1879 by Samuel White Baker (Mar 24, 2011)

booksCyprus: National Geographic: Adventure Map (National Geographic: Adventure Map (3318)) by National Geographic Maps - Adventure (Jan 1, 2012)

booksCyprus: In the Shadow of the Crescent Moon by Henrik Clausen (Apr 5, 2013)

booksCyprus: A European Anomaly by Michael Moran and Sylvia Tiryaki (Jul 18, 2011)

booksCyprus by Euprintpress Publishing (Sep 19, 2012)

booksCyprus: A Schizoid Paradise by Arthur Asa Berger (Oct 15, 2014)


Movies about Cyprus:

moviesGlobal Treasures Prehistoric Cyprus 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 10 mins Directed by: Frank Ullman

moviesCities of the World Cyprus 2010 NR CC - Runtime: 58 mins Directed by: Unavailable

moviesWorld Destinations Cyprus 2010 NR CC - Runtime: 27 mins Directed by: Video House International

moviesGlobe Trekker: Cyprus & Crete 2009 NR - Runtime: 53 mins Directed by: Ian Cross

moviesHercules The Legendary Journeys - Season 5 1995 NR - Runtime: 18 hrs Starring: Kevin Sorbo, Michael Hurst, et al. Directed by: Andrew Merrifield, Bruce Campbell, et al.

moviesCyprus: Christie In Cyprus 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 14 mins Directed by: New Dimension Media

moviesCyprus: Stilius In Cyprus 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 14 mins Directed by: New Dimension Media


Wiki information Cyprus:

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Cyprus, officially the Republic of Cyprus, is an island country in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea. Cyprus is the third largest and third most populous island in the Mediterranean, and a member state of the European Union. It is located south of...

Northern Cyprus
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Northern Cyprus, officially the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, is a self-declared state that comprises the northeastern portion of the island of Cyprus. Recognised only by Turkey, Northern Cyprus is considered by the international community as...