See also: edo, EDO, edö, e'dö, -edo, and -ẽdo

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From Japanese 江戸 (えど, Edo, literally cove entrance).

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Edo

  1. (historical) The former name of Tokyo, the capital city of Japan.
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Principally known as the de facto capital of Japan during the Tokugawa shogunate; when the shogunate ended in 1868, it was renamed Tokyo and made the formal capital by the newly-crowned Emperor Meiji.

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From Edo Ẹ̀dó.

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Edo

  1. A state of Nigeria in the South South geopolitical zone. Capital and largest city: Benin City.
  2. (collectively) The people of Edo State.
  3. (uncountable) The Volta-Niger language spoken primarily by these people.
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ItalianEdit

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Etymology 1Edit

 
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Borrowed from Japanese 江戸 (えど, Edo).

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Edo f

  1. (historical) Edo (the former name of Tokyo, the capital city of Japan)
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Etymology 2Edit

Clipping of Edoardo.

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Edo m

  1. a diminutive of the male given name Edoardo

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Edo

  1. Rōmaji transcription of えど