[heer-oh-hee-toh; Japanese hee-raw-hee-taw] /ˌhɪər oʊˈhi toʊ; Japanese ˈhi rɔˈhi tɔ/
(“Showa”) 1901–89, emperor of Japan 1926–89.
1901–89, emperor of Japan 1926–89. In 1946 he became a constitutional monarch
Japanese emperor who came to the throne in the 1920s. He reigned over the Japanese in World War II. After the war, he was forced to give up the claim to divine status that previous emperors had made. He died in 1989, after long outliving all the other major figures associated with the war.
[heer-oh-shee-muh, hi-roh-shuh-muh; Japanese hee-raw-shee-mah] /ˌhɪər oʊˈʃi mə, hɪˈroʊ ʃə mə; Japanese ˈhi rɔˈʃi mɑ/ noun 1. a seaport on SW Honshu, in SW Japan: first military use of atomic bomb August 6, 1945. /ˌhɪrɒˈʃiːmə; hɪˈrɒʃɪmə/ noun 1. a port in SW Japan, on SW Honshu on the delta of the Ota River: largely destroyed on […]
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/ˈhɪrpəl/ verb (intransitive) 1. to limp noun 2. a limping gait
[hursh] /hɜrʃ/ noun 1. John Stephen, 1930–1989, Canadian stage director, born in Hungary.