- I have always said euros. Chandlertalk 11:40, 18 March 2008 (UTC)
The list is a mess
The first portion, in particular, looks like a mishmash of two things: meanings of "Euro"/"euro" as a word, and instances of it as a prefix. When I first saw "Eurovision" on the list, I thought it meant that "Euro" is used to mean this, which I've never come across, but then I realised that it's probably just listing an instance of the prefix.
And in what circles does "Euro" refer to all of the various European Championships? The only one I know of it referring to is the UEFA European Football Championship, and the articles linked to don't give any other impression.
We need to tidy it up. I hereby propose this structure:
- Euro refers to various things connected with Europe and/or the European Union. In particular:
- specific meanings of "euro" as a word
- As a prefix in many words, names and phrases, including:
- terms with "euro" in them
- Euro may also refer to:
- other meanings not directly related to Europe