Nothing that I can find in OED.
Here are a couple of google siftings, which may, or may not, be relevant.
However there was always a distinction between the first wife or qī 妻 (colloquial fùqī 妇妻 [婦妻]) and a secondary wife (concubine), who might be called by a variety of terms, usually involving the syllable qiè 妾. (In modern Chinese a wife is normally referred to as a tàitài 太太, while a concubine is referred to as a “little tàitài” 小太太.)
Tai Tais, a Cantonese term, are wives or mistresses of wealthy businessmen, the occidental equivalent being ladies-of-leisure or, to put it less chivalrously, trophy wives.