Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
GR Griechenland, Grecia, Grèce, Grecia, Greece
Region, Región, Région, Regione, Region
Südliche Ägäis, Dhodhekanisos, Kikladhes, Egeo Meridional, Égée-Méridionale, Egeo Meridionale, South Aegean, Notio Egeo, Periferia Notiou Egeou
Ermoupoli, Hermoupolis

"Südägäis", "Notio Aigaio", "Aegean Islands", "Ägäische Inseln" (German); "Îles de la Mer Égée" (French); "Nísoi Aigaíou", "Nísoi Aiyaíou", "Nissiá Egeou", "Níssoi Aigaíou" (variants)
"Aegean": after "Aegeus", legendary king of Athens, father of Theseus. In the legend, Aegeus drowned himself in this sea.

Cyclades consists of the islands of Naxos, Andros, Amorgos, Tinos, Paros, Mykonos, Siros, Kea, Thira (Santorini), Kithnos, Ios, Serifos, Sifnos, Folegandros, Anafi, Makronissi, Reneia, Kimolos, Polyaigos, Antiparos, Donousa, Herakleia, Thirasia, and Skhinousa.
"Cyclades": Ancient Greek "kyklos": "circle" (islands supposedly arranged in a circle around Delos)
Cyclades: Cicladas (Portuguese); Cicladi (Italian); Cyclades (French); Kikládes, Kikladhes, Kykládes (variants); Kykladen (German)
Dodecanese consists of the islands of Rhodes, Karpathos, Kos, Kalymnos, Leros, Patmos, Nisyros, Telos, Symi, Kassos, Khalke, and Saria (the "twelve islands"), as well as small islands as far west as Kinaros and Ofidoussa, as far east as Megiste, and as far north as Agathonesi and Farmakonesi.
"Dodecanese": Greek "dodeka": "twelve", "nesos": "island" ("twelve main islands" in nomos)
"Dodecanese": "Dhodhekanisos", "Dodekánis", "Dodekánisos", "Dodekánissa", "Dodekánissos", "Dodekánnisos" (variants); "Dodécanèse" (French); "Dodecanésia" (Portuguese); "Dodecaneso" (Italian); "Dodekanes" (German); "Sporades du Sud" (French-variant)
"Magnesia": "Magnésia" (Portuguese); "Magnésie" (French); "Magnessia", "Magnisía", "Magnissía" (variants)
"Magnesia" includes most of the islands of the Northern Sporades: Skopelos, Alonnisos, Skiathos, Pelagos, Gioura, Skantzoura, and Piperi.



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