Definitions for mikadomɪˈkɑ doʊ
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word mikado
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
(sometimes cap.) a title of the emperor of Japan.
Category: Western History, Government
Origin of mikado:
1720–30; < Japn
the emperor of Japan; when regarded as a religious leader the emperor is called tenno
A former title of the emperors of Japan during a certain period.
Any emperor of Japan.
The mikados of Japan are its emperors.
A game of skill, in which identical wooden sticks must be removed from a pile without disturbing the remaining sticks
Origin: from (mi) "honorable" + (kado) "gate, portal"
the popular designation of the hereditary sovereign of Japan
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
the emperor of Japan, regarded as the head of both Church and State in his dominions.
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