3 definitions by Shako

Top Definition
shako
 
SYLLABICATION: shak·o
PRONUNCIATION:   shk, shk, shä-
VARIANT FORMS: also shack·o
NOUN: Inflected forms: pl. shak·os or shak·oes
A stiff, cylindrical military dress hat with a metal plate in front, a short visor, and a plume.
ETYMOLOGY: French schako, from Hungarian csákó, from csákós (süveg), pointed (cap), from csák, peak, perhaps from Middle High German zacke, tack, nail.

 The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition.  2000:
by Shako August 10, 2003
shako = mantis shrimp
Squilla la Squille
by Shako August 10, 2003
Shako

Inspired by several old chess variants, Jean-Louis Cazaux from Toulouse (France) invented this variant. The name Shako means Chess in Esperanto, `another kind of non-conformism and utopia', in the words of the inventor. The idea of this variant is to make a new game without directly disposing the large heritage of the classical game.
by Shako August 10, 2003

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