Wikipedia definition
1. Taito (kanji)is a Japanese indigenous kanji, consisting of 84 strokes, which is the highest confirmed: by way of comparison, the simplest kanji has only one stroke, while the majority have fewer than thirty. Taito is composed of two kanji ("cloud" and "dragon" repeated three times each for a total of six characters and has the meaning of "the appearance of a dragon in flight". It has also been pronounced daito and otodo, and may have been used in Japanese surnames.
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