Etymology and distribution of 医王.

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【医王】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Iou 【医王】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Toyama-ken Imizu-shi . Thing . Toyama-ken Imizu-shi Mr. Nagaku tells that in 1861 to 1864 (Bunkyu year), the chief was named "Well" so that the water in the well did not wither. 長久 Nagahisa reference.

2018年 12月 3日 更新

Similar names:

Iou 【井生】3 , Iou 【井王】2 , Iou 【硫黄】2

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【医王】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル2 1 Fukui-ken(Very rare)
1 Toukyou-to(Very rare)
1 Aichi-ken(Very rare)
1 Hokkaidou(Very rare)
1 Kyouto-fu(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 20
RankingOut of ranking
Rank by city
1 Nanjou-gun Minamiechizen-chou(Very rare)
1 Kyouto-shi Ukyou-ku(Very rare)
1 Machida-shi(Very rare)
1 Nagoya-shi Chikusa-ku(Very rare)
1 Obihiro-shi(Very rare)
Rank by subregion

Distributions of ratios

Distributions of ratios by prefecture
Distributions of ratios by city
Distributions of ratios by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
RatiosVery rare 1 Fukui-ken(0.000478%)
2 Kyouto-fu(0.000166%)
3 Hokkaidou(Very rare)
4 Aichi-ken(Very rare)
5 Toukyou-to(Very rare)
Rank by city
1 Nanjou-gun Minamiechizen-chou(0.0288%)
2 Nagoya-shi Chikusa-ku(0.00368%)
3 Kyouto-shi Ukyou-ku(0.00239%)
4 Obihiro-shi(0.00218%)
5 Machida-shi(0.00135%)
Rank by subregion