[ yawng law ]
/ ˈyɔŋ ˈlɔ /
Zhu Di, Yung Lo.
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Examples from the Web for yong lo
It does not appear to have been used at King-teh-chin until the Yong-lo period, early in the fifteenth century.The Ceramic Art|Jennie J. Young
British Dictionary definitions for yong lo
/ (ˈjɒŋ ˈləʊ) /
1360–1424, Chinese emperor (1404–24) of the Ming dynasty. He moved the capital from Nanjing to Peking (now Beijing), which he rebuilt. Also called: Ch'eng Tsu
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