Corfu

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See also: Corfú and Corfù

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From Italian Corfù, from Ancient Greek Κορυφώ ‎(Koruphṓ), from κορυφή ‎(koruphḗ) ("summit", "mountain peak"). Named after the twin peaks of the Old Fortress of Corfu.

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Corfu

  1. One of the Ionian Islands, Greece. The ancient name is Corcyra, in Modern Greek Kérkira (Κέρκυρα).
  2. The capital of Corfu.

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Corfu f

  1. Corfu (an island and regional unit of the Ionian Islands, Greece)
  2. Corfu (a city in Corfu, Greece)