Mikado

• (n.) The popular designation of the hereditary sovereign of Japan.
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mikado

tenno noun the emperor of Japan; when regarded as a religious leader the emperor is called tenno
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Mikado

[game] Mikado is a pick-up sticks game originating in Europe. In 1936 it was brought from Hungary to the USA and was mostly called pick-up sticks. This term is not very specific in respect to existing stick game variations. Probably the `Mikado` name was not used because it was a brand name of a game producer. The game got its name from the...
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Mikado

Mi·ka'do noun [ Jap.] The popular designation of the hereditary sovereign of Japan.
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Mikado

A Mikado is the emperor of Japan, the spiritual as well as temporal head of the empire.
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mikado

mikado (mikä'dō) , a former title of the emperor of Japan used chiefly in the English language.
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Mikado

Mikado (or spilikins, also popularly known as 'pick-up sticks') is a game of skill suitable for children aged seven and over and also adults, comprising a number of wooden sticks about seven inches long, tapered to a point at each end and decorated in one of several colours or patterns. The sticks are held vertically, in one hand, the points restin...
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mikado

Title until 701 of the Japanese emperor, when it was replaced by the term tenno (`heavenly sovereign`). ...
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mikado

Title until 701 of the Japanese emperor, when it was replaced by the term tenno (`heavenly sovereign`)
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mikado

[n] - (archaic) the emperor of Japan
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