Etymology and distribution of 十野.

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十野

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【十野】Etymology of Japanese surnames.



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Juuno 【十野】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Fukuoka-ken , Ooita-ken , Nagasaki-ken .

Convention . Abbreviation for Yeongjong (Coleman). It was in the Nagasaki-ken Tsushima-shi during the Kamakura period. Nagasaki - ken Tsushima - shi 's Tokubara - machi was in the Edo era as the lord of Tsushima Fuchu of the clan office. It is unknown whether Yoshimune exists.

Creation . First letter surname of Amagi archipelago of Kagoshima-ken .

Korea type . A variant of . "Sousu" similar to Song is used. There is a record of naturalization on Nagano-ken Chino-shi on August 9, 1963. The real name is Song.

Bohai system . It tells Shimane-ken west (formerly Iwami-kuni) that there were 56 Balhaeans residing in June in 874 (pagan 16 years).

2019年 7月 5日 更新

Toono 【十野】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Oosaka-fu , Wakayama-ken . Thing . Wakayama-ken Iwade-shi From Negori in Negishi Shingon sect in Negori. I will tell him that the temple was founded in 1130 (5 years old). The place name was established in 1889 as a village name from the temple of Negoriji.

2021年 1月 1日 更新

Similar names:

Shuuno 【秀野】4 , Shuuno 【周野】2 , Juuno 【重野】5 , Toono 【東恩納】4 , Toono 【遠野】4

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【十野】Distribution of surname.

Population

Distributions by prefecture
都道府県分布数図
Distributions by city
市区町村分布数図
Distributions by subregion
小地域分布数図
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル2 1 Nara-ken(About 20)
1 Oosaka-fu(About 20)
3 Kyouto-fu(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 40
RankingOut of ranking
Rank by city
1 Yamatokooriyama-shi(About 10)
2 Souraku-gun Seika-chou(Very rare)
2 Izumi-shi(Very rare)
2 Ikoma-shi(Very rare)
2 Habikino-shi(Very rare)
2 Oosaka-shi Hirano-ku(Very rare)
2 Sakai-shi(Very rare)
Rank by subregion

Distributions of ratios

Distributions of ratios by prefecture
都道府県分布比率図
Distributions of ratios by city
市区町村分布比率図
Distributions of ratios by subregion
小地域分布比率図
Whole Japan Prefectures
RatiosVery rare 1 Nara-ken(0.00119%)
2 Oosaka-fu(0.00023%)
3 Kyouto-fu(0.000166%)
Rank by city
1 Souraku-gun Seika-chou(0.0159%)
2 Yamatokooriyama-shi(0.0136%)
3 Ikoma-shi(0.00403%)
4 Habikino-shi(0.00392%)
5 Izumi-shi(0.00284%)
6 Oosaka-shi Hirano-ku(0.00273%)
7 Sakai-shi(0.000572%)
Rank by subregion

Related

Toono【十野】2 are referenced.