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Definition funny of Kowtow:

urbanFrom the Chinese. To grovel, or pay obeisance to.

urbanIf you don't kowtow to the boss, you'll be out of a job.

urbanTo bow deeply with one's head touching the ground. This act of respect is mostly done out of fear, the fear of death or torture. If the situation is tense, it is best to kowtow, and try to gain the smile of the Queen.

urbanPlease kowtow to the Leprechaun Queen, or she will promtly send you to the cookie dungeon and kill you. Have fun!

urbanInspired by the Chinese tradition of kow-towing before the Emperor, the kow-tow move was invented on the East Coast and involves first bending backwards and then forwards with your arms bent at the elbows and parallel to your body (much like when the police tell you to "put your hands in the air").

urbanTeach me how to kow-tow, teach me, teach me how to kow-tow.

urbanTo bow deeply with one's head touching the ground. This act of respect is mostly done out of fear, the fear of death or torture. If the situation is tense, it is best to kowtow, and try to gain the smile of the Queen.

songs

Songs about Kowtow:

songsKowtow by Moreland & Arbuckle from the Album 7 Cities [+digital booklet]

songsCold Cut Kowtow by Anniela from the Album Electric

songsKowtow by Pendragon from the Album Utrecht...the Final Frontier

songsKowtow by Tilt from the Album Been Where? Did What?

songsKowtow by Caroline Davis Quartet from the Album Live Work & Play

songsKowtow by Matter from the Album The Man and the Terror

songsKowtow [Explicit] by IGR from the Album Kowtow [Explicit]

books

Books about Kowtow:

booksKowtow by Princess Der Ling (1929)

booksKowtow Romance by Ruby Ellis (May 1, 2014)

booksKowtow: Webster's Timeline History, 1514 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Apr 16, 2009)

booksBuddhist and Christian Responses to the Kowtow Problem in China by Eric Reinders (May 21, 2015)

booksKowtow by Princess Der Ling (1929)

booksKowtow (Jan 1, 1932)

booksKowtow! After Tianamen Square: A Plea on Behalf of Hong Kong (Chatto Counterblasts) by William Shawcross (Oct 1990)

wiki

Wiki information Kowtow:

Kowtow

Kowtow, which is borrowed from kau tau in Cantonese, or koutou in Mandarin Chinese, is the act of deep respect shown by prostration, that is, kneeling and bowing so low as to have one's head touching the ground. An alternative Chinese term is ketou,...

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