Definition of Bonze. Meaning of Bonze. Synonyms of Bonze

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Definition of Bonze

Bonze Bon"ze (b[o^]n"z[-e]; 277), n. [Pg. bonzo, fr. Japan. b[=o]zu a Buddhist priest: cf. F. bonze.] A Buddhist or Fohist priest, monk, or nun. Note: The name was given by the Portuguese to the priests of Japan, and has since been applied to the priests of China, Cochin China, and the neighboring countries.

Meaning of Bonze from wikipedia

- in english literature before the mid-20th century, buddhist monks were often referred to by the term bonze, particularly when describing
- bonze adventure, known in ****an as. jigoku meguri , 地獄めぐり , lit. ' '**** tour. is a 1988 platform arcade game that was later ported for the
- the anime one piece contains a large underwater giant named wadatsumi, he shares many of the characteristics of a sea bonze and is
- 'metal' mike saunders , his sibling lead guitarist bonze blayk and gregg turner (another rock writer, for creem from the late 1970s
- szkafarowsky in the role of the bonze in puccini’s madame butterfly with plácido domingo as conductor in 2011-2012 recently, 2010-2011
- bovell is also a two-time world championship bonze medalist, a four-time olympian and is the caribbean region's most successful swimmer.
- one day, the man who served the house went to sōka and came across a bonze . the man asked him where he came from. the bonze replied he
- kaidō started his videogaming career at taito in 1987, where he worked as project leader and lead game designer on arcade titles bonze
- 'teru' is a ****anese verb which describes sunshine, and a 'bōzu' is a buddhist monk (compare the word bonze ), or in modern slang, 'bald-
- a silver and a bronze for czechoslovakia in the c-1 team event (1983 , 1987 ) and a gold (c-1 team: 1997 ) and two bonzes for slovakia (c-