Definition of Ozeki

1. Noun. (sumo) the rank of sumo wrestler below yokozuna and above sekiwake; a champion ¹



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Definition of Ozeki

1. a champion sumo wrestler [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ozeki

oysterman
oystermen
oysterplant
oysters
oysters Rockefeller
oystre
oystrige
oystriges
oz
oz.
ozaena
ozaenas
ozagrel
ozalid
ozalids
ozeki (current term)
ozekis
ozelot sword
ozena
ozenous
ozmazome
ozocerite
ozocerites
ozochrotia
ozogen
ozokerite
ozokerites
ozona
ozonate
ozonated

Literary usage of Ozeki

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1. Natural Gas Technologies: Energy Security, Environment, and Economic Development by International Energy Agency (1994)
"... Ken Darrow, Satoru ozeki Energy International, Inc. Natural gas driven cooling and dehumidification technologies are making an increasing impact on ..."

2. Catalogue of Japanese Printed Books and Manuscripts in the Library of the by Robert Kennaway Douglas (1898)
"On the cultivation of the vine." 2 maki. Tedo, 1879. 8°. ^ Ш Œ 3ß ozeki ... 'и ozeki ..."

3. Japan 1853-1864, Or, Genji Yume Monogatari by Baba Bunyel, Ernest Mason Satow (1905)
"ozeki, Mori, Sugiyama, Hasuda and Moriyama delivered themselves up at the 'yashiki of 'one of the Ministers, and were afterwards executed. ..."

4. The Fighting Man of Japan: The Training and Exercises of the Samurai by F. J. Norman (1905)
"In the first rank of the sumotori stand the ozeki, ... Should an ozeki prove himself superior to all his rivals of the same rank he is promoted to ..."

5. The Official Directory of the World's Columbian Exposition, May 1st to by Moses Purnell Handy (1893)
"Teijiro ozeki, Kanagawa. Carved metal work. ... Teijiro ozeki, Kanagawa. Gold and silver ware. 604 988. ..."

6. Japan: Travels and Researches Undertaken at the Cost of the Prussian Government by Johann Justus Rein (1884)
"... (ozeki, 18000 koku), 2300 inhabitants; to the west of it: Mibu (Torii, 30000 koku), 4000 inhabitants; Ashikaga (Toda, 11000 koku), 2000 inhabitants, ..."

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