Translation for 'Tinos' from English to Greek
NOUN   Tinos | -
Tinos {noun}
Τήνος {η}
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Translation for 'Tinos' from English to Greek

Tinos {noun}
Τήνος {η}γεωγρ.
Usage Examples English
  • The first occupation forces appeared on 9 May 1941: Syros, Andros, Tinos and Kythnos were occupied by Italians and Germans took Milos.
  • Liastos wines are also made on the islands of Paros, Evvia, Tinos, Ikaria and Crete.
  • in a sneak attack on 15 August 1940 off the island of Tinos, "Vasilissa Olga" and her sister were sent to Tinos to escort the merchant ships there home.
  • is a former municipality on the island of Tinos, in the Cyclades, Greece.
  • Born in Tinos, Kontogeorgis studied economics at the Supreme School of Economics and Business in Athens, and took a masters degree in the United States.

  • He served as Bishop of Tinos until his death in January 1715.
  • Andrea Ghisi was a Venetian nobleman, and the first Lord of Tinos and Mykonos.
  • In the northern Cyclades islands of Greece (Mykonos, Syros, Andros, Tinos), "louza" is preserved pork loin.
  • He was born in the village of Pyrgos on Tinos island in Greece.
  • Our Lady of Tinos ([...] , "Panagía Evangelístria tēs Tēnou", [...] "The All-Holy Bringer of Good News", and [...] , "Megalócharē tēs Tēnou", [...] "She of Great Grace") is the major Marian shrine in Greece.

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