bushido

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From Japanese 武士道 (ぶしどう, bushidō), from Middle Chinese 武士 (mjú-dʐí "warrior") (compare Mandarin wǔshì 武士, Cantonese mou5-si6 武士) + 道 (dáu "way").

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bushido (uncountable)

  1. An ethical code of the samurai that was prevalent in feudal Japan that advocated unquestioning loyalty to the master at all costs and obedience in all deeds, valuing honor above life.

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Etymology[edit]

From Japanese 武士道 (ぶしどう, bushidō).

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bushido n (indeclinable)

  1. bushido