Definition of EOKA in English:

EOKA

proper noun

  • A Greek-Cypriot liberation movement active in Cyprus in the 1950s and in the early 1970s, which fought for the independence of Cyprus from Britain and for its eventual union with Greece.

Origin

Acronym from Greek Ethnikē Organōsis Kupriakou Agōnos National Organization of Cypriot Struggle.

Pronunciation:

EOKA

/eɪˈəʊkə/