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Yamamoto

[yah-mah-maw-taw]
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  1. I·so·ro·ku [ee-saw-raw-koo] /ˈi sɔˈrɔ kʊ/, 1884–1943, Japanese naval officer.
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  • The yen looked tempting, but Yamamoto wouldn't play the game.

    A Yankee in the Far East

    George Hoyt Allen

  • It may be that he was the same individual as Yamamoto Fujinobu, who has already been mentioned as Shigenaga's pupil.

    Chats on Japanese Prints

    Arthur Davison Ficke

  • I paid off Ushi, and made a deal with Yamamoto to go home and write me the story of his life.

    A Yankee in the Far East

    George Hoyt Allen

  • So I gave Yamamoto the address of a leading missionary, which I had easily secured from mine host, the hotel man.

    A Yankee in the Far East

    George Hoyt Allen

  • At the village of Yamamoto yonder, ten furlongs further, you will find a good inn.