Country whose name is believed to come from ancient Greek for “honey-sweet”

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CROSSWORD CLUE: Country whose name is believed to come from ancient Greek for “honey-sweet”
SOLUTION: MALTA
Posted on: July 31 2020
Publisher: New York Times Crossword

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