Shiogoon
Shogun Sho"gun, n. [Jap., from Chin. tsiang ki["U]n commander in chief.] A title originally conferred by the Mikado on the military governor of the eastern provinces of Japan. By gradual usurpation of power the Shoguns (known to foreigners as {Tycoons}) became finally the virtual rulers of Japan. The title was abolished in 1867. [Written variously, {Shiogun}, {Shiogoon}, etc.] [1913 Webster]

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  • Shiogun — Shogun Sho gun, n. [Jap., from Chin. tsiang ki[ U]n commander in chief.] A title originally conferred by the Mikado on the military governor of the eastern provinces of Japan. By gradual usurpation of power the Shoguns (known to foreigners as… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Shogun — Sho gun, n. [Jap., from Chin. tsiang ki[ U]n commander in chief.] A title originally conferred by the Mikado on the military governor of the eastern provinces of Japan. By gradual usurpation of power the Shoguns (known to foreigners as {Tycoons}) …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tycoons — Shogun Sho gun, n. [Jap., from Chin. tsiang ki[ U]n commander in chief.] A title originally conferred by the Mikado on the military governor of the eastern provinces of Japan. By gradual usurpation of power the Shoguns (known to foreigners as… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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