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Japan Vocabulary

Japan Vocabulary Isabel Castellanos

Indicate To show that something exists or is likely to be true
Survive To live or making a living continue despite danger
Conflict Disagreement or argument war
Principle Belief or idea on which something is based
Accumulate To gradually get more of something
Decline Gradual decrease in the quality or importance of something
Rebel Someone who opposes or fights and authority
Prohibit To forbid or make illegal
Proximity Or closeness in space
Archipelago Or chain of island
Mainland The mainland is the major land area of a continent
Kami Or gods and spirits
Prince Shotoku Then in 593 a young leader
Regent Is someone who governs a country in the name of a ruler who is to young or otherwise unable to rule
Constitution Or plan of government
Minamoto Yoritomo The winner of this final battle was minamoto yoritomo
Shogun Or supreme military commander
Daimyo Or local land owning lords
Feudalism This is a local system in which lords grant people land or other rewards in S change for military service
Samurai Or highly trained warriors
Bushido This was strict code conduct that guided behavior of samurai
Armando Or large feet of ships
Typhoon Or violent tropical storm
Odd Nobunga The first, Oda Nobunaga
Toyotomi Hideyoshit United japan in 1590
Tokugawa leyasu United the country once more in 1600
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