noun, plural gen·ro.
Origin of genro
Examples from the Web for genro
From a patriotic point of view, the Genro have shown very great wisdom in the conduct of affairs.
Genro Kir looked at the proffered circlet, then slowly extended a hand.
The Genro have no constitutional existence; they are merely the people who have the ear of the Mikado.
He turned to Genro Kir, who was looking with horrified fascination at the still growing cloud in the screen.
British Dictionary definitions for genro
Word Origin for genro
Word Origin and History for genro
"elder statesman of Japan," 1876, from Japanese, literally "first elders."