Definition of Nogaku

1. a type of Japanese drama [n NOGAKU]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nogaku

noenicitinoids
noes
noeses
noesis
noesises
noetic
noetic anxiety
noetic flatness
noetical
noetically
noetics
noeud vital
nofetumomab
nofly list
nog
nogaku (current term)
nogalamycin
nogg
nogged
noggen
noggin
nogging
noggings
noggins
noggs
nogo
nogoodnik
nogoodniks
nogs
noh

Literary usage of Nogaku

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

1. The Nō Plays of Japan by Arthur Waley (1922)
"Magazines such as nogaku ... etc.; picture postcards and albums of photographs such as nogaku Mandai Kagami, 1916. ..."

2. Japan by the Japanese: A Survey by Its Highest Authorities by Alfred Stead (1904)
"... years he may send in a thesis on the subject; and if it is found satisfactory, the second degree of Hakushi, with the prefix of Hogaku, Igaku, nogaku, ..."

3. Catalogue of Japanese Printed Books and Manuscripts in the Library of the by Robert Kennaway Douglas (1898)
""A School Arithmetic." 8 maki. F«to, 1879. 8°. — А Ф ^J Ф nogaku sho/w. "A. first step to a knowledge of agriculture." 1879. 8°. Щ Щ NAGAMINE Jo. ..."

4. Japan, Its History, Arts, and Literature by Frank Brinkley (1902)
"and the nogaku, — and in 1830 Kambayashi Rakki- ken, a cha-no-yu celebrity, who resided in Uji, attracted attention by chiselling representations of girls ..."

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