Hung-wu

Hung-wu

[hoong-woo]
noun
(Chu Yüan-chang) 1328–98, emperor of China 1368–98: founder of the Ming dynasty.
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Hong-wu or Hung-wu (ˈhɒŋˈwuː)
 
n
title of Chu Yuan-Zhang (or Chu Yüan-Chang), 1328--98, first emperor (1368--98) of the Ming dynasty, uniting China under his rule by 1382
 
Hung-wu or Hung-wu
 
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Hung-wu (ˈhʌŋ ˈwuː)
 
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