Bon"ze(bn"z; 277), n. [Pg. bonzo, fr. Japan. bzu a Buddhist priest: cf. F. bonze.] A Buddhist or Fohist priest, monk, or nun.
The name was given by the Portuguese to the priests of Japan, and has since been applied to the priests of China, Cochin China, and the neighboring countries.
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