Meaning of o-omi in English:

o-omi

Pronunciation /əʊˈəʊmi/ /əʊˈɒmi/

noun

historical
  • In early imperial Japan: the leader of all the heads of clans or families claiming imperial ancestry, who served as the highest minister in the Yamato court until the Taika reform (646). Compare omi , o-muraji .

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in Frank Brinkley (1841–1912). From Japanese ō-omi from ō- great + omi.