Makarios III



[muh-kar-ee-uh s, -ohs; Greek mah-kah-ree-aws] /məˈkær i əs, -ˌoʊs; Greek mɑˈkɑ ri ɔs/

noun
1.
(Michael Christodoulos Mouskos) 1913–77, Cypriot statesman and Greek Orthodox prelate: archbishop and patriarch of Cyprus 1950–77; president 1960–77 (in exile 1974).
/məˈkɑːrɪˌɒs/
noun
1.
original name Mikhail Christodoulou Mouskos. 1913–77, Cypriot archbishop, patriarch, and statesman; first president of the republic of Cyprus (1960–74; 1974–77)

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