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See also Mikado, and mikádó

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Patrono:Ja[[Category:Patrono:Ja derivations|Mikado]] from (mi) "honorable" + (kado) "gate, portal"

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Singular
Mikado

Plural
Mikados

Mikado (plural Mikados)
  1. (history) A former title of the emperors of Japan during a certain period.
  2. (literary) Any emperor of Japan.
    The mikados of Japan are its emperors.
  3. A game of skill, in which identical wooden sticks must be removed from a pile without disturbing the remaining sticks

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  • 1885Gilbert & Sullivan, The Mikado
    Our great Mikado, virtuous man,
    When he to rule our land began,
    Resolved to try a plan whereby
    Young men might best be steadied.

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  • (emperor of Japan): tenno

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From Patrono:Ja[[Category:nl:Patrono:Ja derivations|Mikado]] from (mi) "honorable" + (kado) "gate, portal"

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Mikado m. (plural mikado's, diminutive mikadootje, diminutive plural mikadootjes)

  1. Patrono:History mikado, a former title of the emperors of Japan during a certain period
  2. (literary) any emperor of Japan
  3. mikado (game of skill)

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From Patrono:Ja[[Category:fr:Patrono:Ja derivations|Mikado]] from (mi) "honorable" + (kado) "gate, portal"

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Mikado m. (plural Mikados)

  1. Patrono:History mikado, a former title of the emperors of Japan during a certain period
  2. (literary) any emperor of Japan
  3. mikado (game of skill)

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