Origin of kendo
Related formsken·do·ist, noun
Examples from the Web for kendo
Prince Kendo complimented us, and evidently looked upon us as great hunters.
We continued our way during the greater part of the night, Kendo being sure that we were keeping the right course.
Every day Olenda beats his kendo; every day he comes to get a look at me.
The kendo is the symbol of royalty in most of the tribes of this part of the interior of Africa.
So, at every step the king made the kendo rang, and at last Olenda stood before me.