Definition of Kikumon

1. the chrysanthemum badge of the Japanese emperor [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kikumon

kievitone
kievitone hydratase
kif
kife
kiff
kifs
kiganda
kight
kights
kikar
kike
kikes
kikimora
kikoi
kikois
kikumon (current term)
kikumons
kikuyu
kikuyus
kiladar
kiladars
kilchoanite
kild
kildeer
kilderkin
kilderkins
kilerg
kilergs

Literary usage of Kikumon

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Principles of Ornament by James Ward, George Aitchison (1896)
"169 is the kikumon or badge of the Empire of Japan ; it is derived, however, from the chrysanthemum. FIG. 168. ..."

2. The Anglo-African Who's who and Biographical Sketchbook by Walter H. Wills, R. J. Barrett (1905)
"... Send for Specimen Copy: 39, SEETHING LANE, LONDON, E C. Telegraphic Address: “kikumon, LONDON.” Telephone: 5894 CENTRAL. What we say. ..."

3. Anglo-Japanese Gazette by Bodleian Library (1903)
"Address : 39, SEETHING LANK, LONDON, EG Telegraphic Address : " kikumon, London." Telephone No. : 1894 PO Central GENERAL NOTES. THE burning question of the ..."

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