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Taisho

[ tahy-shaw ]
/ ˈtaɪˈʃɔ /
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noun Japanese History.

the designation of the period of the reign of Emperor Yoshihito, 1912–26.

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Origin of Taisho

<Japanese taishō<Middle Chinese, equivalent to Chinese great + zhèng right(ness)
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British Dictionary definitions for Taisho

Taisho
/ (taɪˈʃəʊ) /

noun

the period of Japanese history and artistic style associated with the reign of Emperor Yoshihito (1912–26)
the throne name of Yoshihito (1879–1926), emperor of Japan (1912–26)
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