Origin of genro
Words nearby genro
How to use genro in a sentence
From a patriotic point of view, the Genro have shown very great wisdom in the conduct of affairs.
The Genro have no constitutional existence; they are merely the people who have the ear of the Mikado.
Genro Kir looked at the proffered circlet, then slowly extended a hand.
He turned to Genro Kir, who was looking with horrified fascination at the still growing cloud in the screen.
The foundations of a body for discharging that function were laid in 1875, when a senate (genro-in) was organized.