daimyo

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Borrowed from Japanese 大名 (daimyō), from Middle Chinese 大名 (dàj-mjieng, excellent one), from (great) + (name). Compare Mandarin dàmíng.

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daimyo (plural daimyo or daimyos)

  1. (historical) A lord during the Japanese feudal period.

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Japanese 大名 (daimyō), from Middle Chinese 大名 (dàj-mjieng, excellent one), from (great) + (name).

Noun[edit]

daimyo m (plural daimyos)

  1. (historical) daimyo