Kabuki
noun Etymology: Japanese Date: 1899 traditional Japanese popular drama performed with highly stylized singing and dancing

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  • kabuki — [ kabuki ] n. m. • 1895; mot jap. ♦ Genre théâtral traditionnel, au Japon. Acteur de kabuki. ● kabuki nom masculin (japonais kabuki, art du chant et de la danse) Genre théâtral japonais dans lequel le dialogue alterne avec des parties psalmodiées …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • kabuki — KABÚKI s.n. Gen de teatru tradiţional japonez în care dialogurile alternează cu părţi psalmodiate sau cântate şi balet. ♢ (Adjectival) Teatru kabuki . – Din engl., fr. kabuki. Trimis de catalin caba, 12.07.2004. Sursa: DEX 98  KABÚKI s. n.… …   Dicționar Român

  • kabuki — kabùki m <indekl.> DEFINICIJA kazal. vrsta popularnog kazališta u Japanu, pojavilo se 1603; spoj no teatra, lutkarstva i narodnog plesa, u kojem se ističu raskošna kostimografija, ritmizirani dijalozi, stilizirana gluma, pjevanje i ples; do …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • kabuki — 1896, from Japanese, popular theater (as opposed to shadow puppet plays or lyrical Noh dramas), lit. art of song and dance, from ka song + bu dance + ki art, skill [Barnhart, OED]. Alternative etymology (in Webster s) is from nominal form of… …   Etymology dictionary

  • kabuki — s. m. [Teatro] Ver cabúqui.   ‣ Etimologia: palavra japonesa …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • kabuki — sustantivo masculino 1. Género de teatro tradicional japonés que alterna partes recitadas, canciones y danzas, y es interpretado sólo por actores masculinos …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • Kabuki — [kä bo͞o′kē, kəbo͞o′kē] n. [Jpn, nominal form of kabuku, to be divergent, to deviate: in ref. to the early evaluation of this drama form] [also k ] a form of Japanese drama dating from the 17th cent.: it is based on popular themes, with male and… …   English World dictionary

  • Kabuki — nihongo|Kabuki|歌舞伎|kabuki is a form of traditional Japanese theatre. Kabuki theatre is known for the stylization of its drama and for the elaborate make up worn by some of its performers.The individual kanji characters, from left to right, mean… …   Wikipedia

  • Kabuki — Le théâtre Kabuki * Patrimoine culturel immatériel …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Kabuki — El teatro Kabuki Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial …   Wikipedia Español

  • kabuki — /kah booh kee, keuh , kah booh kee/, n. 1. popular drama of Japan, developed chiefly in the 17th century, characterized by elaborate costuming, rhythmic dialogue, stylized acting, music, and dancing, and the performance of both male and female… …   Universalium

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