shi·ko | \ shiˈkō\
Definition of shiko
(Entry 1 of 2)
: to assume the shiko she shikoed to him as though he had been royalty— F. Tennyson Jesse
Definition of shiko (Entry 2 of 2)
: a Burmese posture of kneeling with joined hands and bowed head before a superior bowing, touching the floor with her forehead in the full shiko of utter abasement— George Orwell
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