Synonyms for mikado
- crowned head
Antonyms for mikado
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MIKADO
The Mikado is lamenting a sudden realisation that he is too old for his love.
Shortly after, in a battle with the rebels the mikado was shot dead with an arrow.
On levée day I saw the reception at the Mikado's palace in Yeddo.
No one--Czar or diplomat, Kaiser or Mikado--seemed to know anything.
They were in attendance on the mikado, who is now on a tour of his empire.
Church and State are so closely welded that the Mikado is regarded as a god.
Kyoto was a great city in medieval days, when it was the residence of the Mikado.
I think that was not so very long after the Mikado made its debut.
You cannot think of the Mikado of Japan in terms of royal dignity.
As Gilbert's "Mikado" would say, "the punishment fits the crime."
1727, former title of the emperor of Japan, from mi "honorable" + kado "gate, portal." Similar to Sublime Porte, old title of the Ottoman emperor/government, and Pharaoh, which literally means "great house."