noun, plural mi·ka·dos.
Origin of mikado
Examples from the Web for mikado
The Mikado tilted his cigar up to a level with the slant eyes of his mask, and laughed.The Chase of the Golden Plate|Jacques Futrelle
The Mikado reviewed the troops on horseback in due form, and made a very good appearance accompanied by a well-appointed suite.Due West|Maturin Murray Ballou
The story of “The Mikado” is so well known that it need not be given with much fulness of detail.The Standard Light Operas|George Upton
In the same enclosure was a summer rest-house for the Mikado.
See how pale and wan it is, said the Mikado; it is like a sad despairing lover.Japanese Fairy Tales|Grace James