How do you pronounce imagawa in English (1 out of 64).

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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of imagawa

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of imagawa:

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  1. Kuon: And Imagawa Jibunodayu was known as the Best archer of the East Seas, really skilled at war and Imagawa faction is well-known.
  2. Kuon: Since Imagawa faction was seriously aiming for the top, all of the country was paying attention to the battle of Oda and Imagawa.
  3. Imagawa footman: Hii! The Imagawa clan is done for...!
  4. Shino: No. Takeda, Imagawa and Houjou of Sagami should be in alliance. That's why Takeda is fighting Shinano and Nagao at the north, while Imagawa can focus on the capital in peace.
  5. Lord Imagawa of Suruga province had gathered a sizeable army and sought to expand his influence to the West
  6. Meet Yoshimoto, head of the prominent Imagawa clan of Suruga province,
  7. who over the last ten years not only walked a treacherous path to the undisputed position of Imagawa daimyo
  8. Since his early years as head of Imagawa, Yoshimoto spent most of his time playing a careful balancing game
  9. A challenging task, as Imagawa's western frontier at Mikawa was the site of constant warfare against the fierce warrior Oda Nobuhide,
  10. which essentially secured Imagawa's Eastern border
  11. Lord Imagawa spent most of his subsequent years carrying out a series of land surveys and conducting reforms to consolidate his power
  12. by declaring Imagawa the ruling authority of the realm.
  13. Thus, Imagawa was among the first, who formally declared independence from the Shoguns authority.
  14. However, Lord Imagawa probably didnt expect that in a few short years
  15. the Saito clan of Mino province to the north, and of course the ever dangerous Imagawa to the east.
  16. Close to the end of 1550s Oda fought for control of the Owari-Mikawa borderland with Imagawa retainers,
  17. but the campaign eventually came down to a struggle for control of two Imagawa castles in Oda territory Odaka and Narumi.
  18. in 1559 he built several forts in the surrounding areas with the intention of preventing Imagawa from providing supplies.
  19. which would surely not surrender at first sight of Lord Imagawa, who, despite controlling three provinces, had limited economic potential.
  20. they advised holing up in Kiyosu castle or even surrendering to Imagawa forces.