Numerology information Shogun:

numerologyName Number: 3 Meaning: Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness, Humor, Art, Positivity, Optimism


Definition funny of Shogun:

urbanIn the feudeal Japan, the shogun title was know as the supreme military commander. The goverment they etablished were called Bakufu.

urbanShogun was the ultimate rank one could achieve in Japan. The Shogun was the Supreme Military Dictator. Only one Daimyo (feudal lord) at a time could obtain the title. And only the His Imperial Highness, the reigning Emperor, the Divine Son of Heaven, who lived in seclusion with the Imperial Families at Kyoto, could grant the title. With the appointment of Shogun went absolute power: the Emperor's seal and mandate. The Shogun ruled in the Emperor's name. All power was derived from the Emperor because he was directly descended from the gods. Therefore any daimyo who opposed the Shogun were automatically in rebellion against the throne, and at once outcast and all his lands forfeit. The reigning Emperor was worshipped as a divinity because he was descended in an unbroken line from the Sun Goddess, Amaterasu Omikami, one of the children of the gods Izanagi and Izanami, who had formed the islands of Japan from the firmament. By divine right the ruling Emperor owned all the land and was obeyed without question. But in practice, for more than six centuries real power had rested behind the throne.

urbanA Shogunate was the government, office, or rule of a Shogun. There was three shogunates in Japanese history. 1) Kamakura Shogunate (1192–1333) 2) Ashikaga Shogunate (1336–1573) 3) Tokugawa Shogunate (1603–1868)

urbanShogun is a title given to the highest military general in feudal ages in Japan, it is short for "seii taishogun" Also the fourth studio album of the Metal band band Trivium.

urbanBob: What's a Shogun? Nick: An awesome album!!! lolololol

urbanA competition, such as a duel, when two men take their respective corners and withdraw their genitalia in hopes of being the bigger man


Songs about Shogun:

songsA Shogun Named Marcus by Clutch from the Album Transnational Speedway League: Anthems, Anecdotes And Undeniable Truths [Explicit]

songsMust Be The Love (Shogun Radio Edit) by Nadia Ali & BT Arty from the Album A Song Across Wires

songsAnother World (Shogun Remix) by Mitiska & Jaren Cerf from the Album Give Me A Sound

songsSkulls of The Shogun by L'orchestra Cinematique from the Album Tunes From The Greatest Video Games

songsMust Be The Love (Shogun Remix) by Nadia Ali & BT Arty from the Album Must Be The Love

songsShogun II: Total War by Jeff van Dyck from the Album Shogun II: Total War (Original Soundtrack)

songsMiss You Paradise (Shogun Remix) by Emma Hewitt from the Album Miss You Paradise


Books about Shogun:

booksShogun by James Clavell (Sep 1, 1986)

booksShogun: A Novel of Japan by James Clavell (1980)

booksShogun West Book 1: Episodes 1-4 by Isaiah Taylor (Sep 3, 2014)

booksShogun A Novel of Japan Vol 1 by clavell James Clavell (Jan 1, 1975)

booksShogun: The Life of Tokugawa Ieyasu (Tuttle Classics) by A. L. Sadler and Stephen Turnbull (Jul 10, 2009)

booksSHOGUN A novel of Japan Volume I (one) by James Clavell (1975)

booksThe Shogun's Daughter: A Novel of Feudal Japan (Sano Ichiro Novels) by Laura Joh Rowland (Aug 19, 2014)


Wiki information Shogun:

Noble rank, Literature Subject

A Shogun was often one of the military governors of Japan from 1192 to 1867. In this period, the shōguns, or their shikken regents, were the rulers of Japan though they were technically appointed by the emperor. When Portuguese explorers first came...

TV Miniseries, Adaptation, Award-Winning Work, Award-Nominated Work, TV Program, Netflix Title, Film

Shōgun is an American television miniseries based on the international bestselling novel of the same name by James Clavell, who also was the Executive Producer of the miniseries. It was first broadcast in the United States on NBC over five nights...