The term for a matching pair of Japanese samurai swords or sword and dagger, popular from the 15thC, made up of the words dai (long) and sho (short).
Meaning, matching japanese swords or a sword and dagger, popular from the 15thC and from the japanese words 'dai' meaning long and 'sho' meaning short.Found on http://www.antique-marks.com/antique-terms-d.html
(Large-small) A matched pair of swords or fittings for same.Found on http://www.samuraisword.com/glossary/index.htm
The daishō - literally `big-little` is a Japanese term for a matched pair of traditionally made Japanese swords (nihonto) worn by the samurai class in feudal Japan. The etymology of the word daishō becomes apparent when the terms daitō, meaning long sword, and shōtō, meaning short sword, are used; dai```tō`` + shō`tō = daishō. A d...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daishō
Sword pair formed by the KATANA and WAKIZASHI and worn by the samurai.Found on http://www.samurai-archives.com/vocab.html
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