Ronin

[disambiguation] A rōnin is a samurai without a master. Ronin may also refer to: ==In entertainment== ==Companies== ==Other uses== == See also == ...
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Ronin

[Marvel Comics] Ronin is an alias used by multiple characters in the {Marvel Universe}. The Ronin identity was created by Brian Michael Bendis and Joe Quesada, though the characters who have adopted the identity were pre-existing characters created by other writers. The name "Ronin" refers to the Japanese term for a masterless samurai, a lo
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Ronin

[band] Ronin is a rock band based in Singapore. They are infamous for their live performances and being one of the few high profile rock bands around. Before their entry to the mainstream market, the band launched a self-released EP which included 5 songs, and later released an LP which was hugely successful. Their debut album Do or Die has
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Ronin

[DC Comics] Ronin (formally written as Rōnin) is a comic book limited series published between 1983 and 1984, by DC Comics. The series was written and drawn by Frank Miller with artwork painted by Lynn Varley. It takes place in a dystopic near-future New York in which a ronin is reincarnated. The six-issue work shows some of the strongest
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Ronin

A 'masterless' samurai. Samurai whose lord was defeated or whose family were shamed and lost their standing could either commit suicide or abandon the code of Bushido (see above) and become ronin. Many ronin simply acted as mercenaries and would work for whoever paid them, some became outlaws and criminals and some tried to follow their code of h
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ronin

In Japanese history, a samurai who had no allegiance to a feudal lord. Especially numerous in the 16th and 17th centuries, many of them engaged in brigandage and in 1651 they were responsible for an...
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Ronin

Ro'nin' noun [ Jap. rō- nin , from Chin. lang profligate, lawless + jên (old sound nīn ) man.] In Japan, under the feudal system, a samurai who had renounced his clan or who had been discharged or ostracized and had become a wanderer without a lord; an o
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Ronin

• (n.) In Japan, under the feudal system, a samurai who had renounced his clan or who had been discharged or ostracized and had become a wanderer without a lord; an outcast; an outlaw.
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Ronin

Ron In is a Japanese boy name. The meaning of the name is `Samurai Without a Master` Ron In appears In 2007`s top-1000 name list at rank 978.. 2007 was a `top year` for the name Ronin. (Based on 128 years of name history) In that year it ranked #978. The last time Ron In appeared among the most common names was In 2007. Our records go back to 1
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Ronin

[film] Ronin is a 1998 crime-thriller film directed by John Frankenheimer and written by J.D. Zeik and David Mamet. It stars Robert De Niro and Jean Reno as two of several former special forces and intelligence agents who team up to steal a mysterious, heavily guarded suitcase while navigating a maze of shifting loyalties and alliances. The
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ronin

ronin (rō'nin) , in Japanese history, masterless samurai. Ronin were retainers who were deprived of their place in the usual loyalty patterns of Japanese feudalism. The daimyo they had served might have died, been exiled, or become so poor that the samurai had to abandon his lord. Ronin be...
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ronin

Originally, a "wave person," or a masterless samurai who has left the service of his lord, either by choice or forced circumstances, and serves others with his bold and sometimes desperate deeds. In contemporary Japan, a student who has failed the entrance examination to the institution of choice and has chosen to spend an additional year or more i
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ronin

Traditionally this term refers to a masterless samurai. In recent times it has also come to refer to college-age students who are attending cram schools because they have not yet passed college entrance exams.
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