Kokuo in a sentence

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How to use kokuo in a sentence. Kokuo pronunciation.

When the procession arrived within a short distance of the house it halted; and a richly dressed man - evidently a person of rank - advanced from it, approached Akinosuke, bowed to him profoundly, and then said:- "Honored Sir, you see before you a kerai [vassal] of the Kokuo of Tokoyo.
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With these they attired Akinosuke as befitted a princely bridegroom; and he was then conducted to the presence-room, where he saw the Kokuo of Tokoyo seated upon the daiza, [3] wearing a high black cap of state, and robed in robes of yellow silk.
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The term "Kokuo" means the ruler of a country,- therefore a king.
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The original phrase, Tokoyo no Kokuo, might be rendered here as "the Ruler of Horai," or "the King of Fairyland.
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Examples of Kokuo

Example #1
He observed in the van of it a number of young men richly appareled, who were drawing a great lacquered palace-carriage, or gosho-guruma, hung with bright blue silk.
Example #2
A very grand procession it proved to be,- more imposing than anything of the kind which he had ever seen before; and it was advancing toward his dwelling.
Example #3
Before the daiza, to left and right, a multitude of dignitaries sat in rank, motionless and splendid as images in a temple; and Akinosuke, advancing into their midst, saluted the king with the triple prostration of usage.
Example #4
They opened the chest, and took from it various roes and girdles of rich material, and a kamuri, or regal headdress.
Example #5
The original phrase, Tokoyo no Kokuo, might be rendered here as "the Ruler of Horai," or "the King of Fairyland.
Example #6
According to circumstances it may signify any unknown country,- or that undiscovered country from whose bourn no traveler returns,- or that Fairyland of far-eastern fable, the Realm of Horai.