Naxos

Naxos

[nak-sos, -sohs, -suhs; Greek nah-ksaws]
noun
a Greek island in the S Aegean: the largest of the Cyclades group. 169 sq. mi. (438 sq. km).
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Naxos (ˈnæksɒs)
 
n
a Greek island in the S Aegean, the largest of the Cyclades: ancient centre of the worship of Dionysius. Pop: 18 188 (2001). Area: 438 sq km (169 sq miles)

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