Meaco

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Japanese (みやこ, miyako) “capital” (as the city was formerly the capital of Japan).

Proper nounEdit

Meaco

  1. A late medieval name for Kyoto, a city of Japan.
  2. (by extension) The entire island of Honshu which it was capital of.

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NounEdit

Meacō

  1. dative of Meacum
  2. ablative of Meacum
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