How to Pronounce edo?

Correct pronunciation for the word "edo" is [ˈiːdə͡ʊ], [ˈiːdə‍ʊ], [ˈiː_d_əʊ].

What are the misspellings for edo?

  • ewdo,
  • 3do,
  • 4edo,
  • ed9o,
  • ed0o,
  • mdo,
  • edna saint vincent milla y,
  • ed o,
  • edoi,
  • ed0,
  • e do,
  • edok,
  • edio,
  • e3do,
  • edko,
  • sedo ,
  • edo9,
  • edk,
  • elo,
  • edo0,
  • efo,
  • ed9,
  • edoo,
  • edop,
  • e4do,
  • 3edo,
  • edpo,
  • 4do

"Edo" in context

Edo is a period of Japanese history that lasted from 1603 to 1868. It was the longest period of peace and prosperity in Japanese history and marked the beginning of the modern era. During this time, Tokugawa Leyasu united Japan and established a strong central government, ushering in a period of relative social stability. The Edo period is considered one of the most influential times in Japanese history and remains a source of national pride for the country. During this time there were major changes in the political and social structure of Japan, including the introduction of the Samurai class and the establishment of a feudal system.

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