This is also spelled "daimio" without diaeresis above the "i" elsewhere in the text.
The wind blew the fine dust in the noses and eyes of the daimio and his nobles.
daimio, dī′myo, n. a Japanese territorial noble under the old feudal system.
The daimio of Arima arrived this morning at dawn and confirmed the news of the messengers.
The daimio repeatedly requested the Russians to leave, but was always told the ship required further repairs.
It is large, and the inside is as beautiful as a great daimio's palace.
By this behaviour he put himself into an attitude towards his superior, the daimio of Choshu, which I cannot thoroughly explain.
In his imagination he pictured this house like a daimio's palace.
They gave him decent clothes in which to make an appearance at the daimio's house and then some money for the journey.
To your keeping is at last restored the stolen treasure of our daimio!
also daimio, former title of the chief nobles of Japan, 1839, from Japanese, literally "big name," from Chinese dai "great" + mio, myo "name."