Definition of Tennos

1. tenno [n] - See also: tenno



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tennos

tennis racket
tennis rackets
tennis racquet
tennis racquets
tennis shoe
tennis shoes
tennis shot
tennis stroke
tennis thumb
tennises
tennislike
tennist
tennists
tenno
tenno-hai
tennos (current term)
tennu
tenny
tenné
teno-
tenocyclidine
tenodesis
tenodynia
tenofibril
tenofovir
tenolyses
tenolysis
tenomyoplasty
tenomyotomy
tenon

Literary usage of Tennos

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1. Biennial Report by California Dept. of Agriculture, California State Commission of Horticulture (1896)
"An- tennos of apparently six joints, but the fourth and fifth are not easily separable. Length of insect in this stage about -^ inch at first, increasing to ..."

2. Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events (1869)
"the insurrection iu the State of tennos-i.. been suppressed, and that the authority v United States therein was undisputed, ..."

3. The Story of Japan by Robert Van Bergen (1897)
"THE STORY OF YAMATO DAKE EMPEROR JIMMU (jim-moo) had been dead a long time, and ten other tennos had also been buried, when the Bravest of Warriors was born ..."

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