- banyana banyana,
- banzai attack,
- bao dai,
Origin of banzai
Examples from the Web for banzai
His reason was all gone, yet he did not forget to shout Banzai for his Fatherland.
Banzai was shouted two or three times; joy and congratulation resounded on the heights of Kenzan, which was now virtually ours.
The signal was greeted with enthusiasm and loud cries of "Banzai!"Banzai!|Ferdinand Heinrich Grautoff
Forward went the line, until every man had been smitten down, and the last brave throat had shouted its last shrill "Banzai!"Peeps at Many Lands: Japan|John Finnemore
Then the little Japanese soldiers broke into loud shouts of "Banzai!"The Childrens' Story of the War, Volume 3 (of 10)|James Edward Parrott
Word Origin for banzai
Japanese war-cry, 1893, literally "(may you live) ten thousand years," originally a greeting addressed to the emperor, from ban "ten thousand" + sai "year."