Etymology and distribution of 古曳.

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【古曳】Etymology of Japanese surnames.

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Kobiki 【古曳】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

佐棟 Samune reference.

2019年 7月 6日 更新

Kohiki 【古曳】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Hokkaidou , Miyagi-ken , Fukushima-ken .

Originated from Niigata-ken Sado-shi (formerly Sado-kun). As the country name is a place name with a record since the Asuka period. Meaning "Mr. Fujiwara of Sado". 藤原 Fujiwara reference. Gunma-ken Maebashi-shi Fujimi - cho Ishii (formerly Kabasawa) tells Mr. Mr. Sato from the Tohoku region in 782 (the first calendar year). Mr. Sato's oldest tradition. Tochigi-ken Sano-shi is a place name with a record since the Heian period. There is a transmission that Mr. Fujiwara built the castle in the same place in 790 (9 years old). Akita-ken Nikaho-shi In Kotori Hirasawa there is a tradition that Mr. Sato built the Datong weir in 806 (First Daedong). In Miyagi - ken Igu - gun Marumori - machi Kosai tells the national priest of Niigata - ken Sado - shi (formerly Sado County) that he became Mr. Fujiwara in 1053 (first year of Tenki). In the same place, I moved to Yamagata-ken Tsuruoka-shi in 1110 (first year of Tenaga) and after returning to Kyouto-fu Kyouto-shi, I came to Fukushima-ken Fukushima-shi Iisaka cho in 1120 (first year of security) Living in Fukushima-ken Fukushima-shi Hiraishi In the vicinity of Hiraishi Nasaka, he stated that he reside after Ishin Nosaka's battle in 1189 (Bunji 5 years), in Kyouto-fu Kyouto-shi 's Miyagi left gate There was also a story saying that it was a veteran guard who escorted. There is a tradition that Mr. Sato lived in Yamagata-ken Sakata-shi from 1087 to 1094 (Kanji year). Akita-ken Senboku-shi In Kakunodate cho Hirohisa told 1124 (the first year of Tenji) the descendant of the fallen who came from Kyouto-fu Kyouto-shi . Kyouto-fu Kyouto-shi It was in the late Heian period in Fuchimi- ku Taketado-waiichiwa- machi. Yamanashi-ken Koushuu-shi In Yamato-cho shadow there is a belief that he came from Yamagata-ken · Akita-ken (Old: Dewa) in 1184 (Yuan first year · Senaga 3 years). Niigata-ken Nagaoka-shi In the south middle of Yotsubashi cho, after telling Ishinaka, tell him that he came through Niigata-ken Nagaoka-shi 's temple. Yamagata-ken Higashitagawa-gun Shounai-machi There is a tradition that Miyasone resides after Ishin Nosaka's battle. Aomori-ken Kuroishi-shi Tell her that Mr. Sato who came after Shin Nasaka's battle was named. Place name with a record in the notation of "い し な さ か" in the North-South morning era. Ooita-ken Ooita-shi In Uchimura , we tell Ooita-ken Yufu-shi that Mr. Sato Madokado from the Tohoku region was built in 1199 (first year of Masaharu). Mie - ken Iga - shi · Nabari city (old: Iga country) recorded in 1214 (2 years of construction). Also marked as "Left" in the same place. Akita-ken Yurihonjou-shi In Nishizawa I tell him that I came to Fukushima-ken Fukushima-shi Iizaka-machi in 1264 (first year of Bunsei). Ooita-ken Hayami-gun Hiji-machi There is a belief that in Ogami she came to live in 1276 (the 2nd year of Kenji). Mie-ken Matsusaka-shi Heiji Town tells Mr. Sato led by warfare in 1353 (2 years of funerary, 8 years of fairness). There is also a story that the same place came from Fukushima-ken Fukushima-shi Iizaka-machi during the Warring States Period. Miyagi-ken Kesen'numa-shi Tell her that she lived in Majibe- cho Magoma Town from the North and the North. Okayama-ken Okayama-shi There is a tradition that Mr. Katuki, who was a vassal of Mr. Kusuki, came to visit Kawaguchi from 1429 to 1441 (Yong-year anniversary) in Kita Ward Okayama-shi . In Okayama-ken Okayama-shi Kita-ku adjoining the same place, Nara-ken Nara-shi at the Sanbingo Temple in Kita Ward living from the North and the North Korea era and lived in 1572 (the original turtle 3 years) There is a belief that the person who died in 1043 (Nagaku 3 years) had called it. Niigata-ken Odjiya-shi In Honcho I told Niigata-ken Sado-shi from Shimane-ken western part (formerly Iwami-kun) that Mr. Fujiwara came and visited and came to Niigata-ken Sado-shi . Mie - ken Suzuka - shi Kishioka Town, Gifu - ken Kamo - gun Tomika - chou Kaita, Gifu - ken Mino - shi It was in the warring side during the Warring States Period. Toukyou-to Hino-shi Hinohoncho , Kanagawa-ken Sagamihara-shi Green ward Sano River, Kanagawa-ken Sagamihara-shi Midori has reportedly lived in Gifu-ken Seki-shi Musashinokawa-cho Yawata from the Sengoku period . Nagasaki-ken Oomura-shi Kushima was in the Edo period in the clan Omura of the Clan Office. The same clan says that Gifu - ken southern part (old: Mino country) comes out. Niigata-ken Sado-shi It was in the Edo period in Kaneda. In the same place tell Fujiwara's descendant. Good neighbor . Kumamoto-ken Aso-gun Minamiaso-mura Distributed in Yoshida.

Fukushima-ken Kawanuma-gun Aidzubange-machi Mitani Sato Minamata is a stopover. Tell the place name from what Mr. Sato developed in the late Edo period.

Shizuoka-ken Hamamatsu-shi Naka-ku Sato is a stopover. The place name which we called "Sato Ichika" in the Edo period. Tell the place name from Mr. Mr. Sato's name.

Aichi-ken Toyohashi-shi Sato is a stopover. A place name with a record since the Edo period. Tell the place name from Mr. Mr. Sato's name.

Tokushima-ken Itano-gun Kamiita-chou Sato Mound is a stopover. The place name which we called "Saku Sato" in the Edo period. Tell the place name from Mr. Mr. Sato's name.

Korean type . Thing . "Wisteria" was added to "Sato" including left. Oosaka-fu Oosaka-shi There is a record of naturalization on November 10, 1977 in plain ward. The real name is left. Hidari reference. There is also another name.

③ Heteromorphism of the . Kagoshima-ken Amami-shi Meise Daiku Okuma, Kagoshima-ken Ooshima-gun In the Uken-son department tells that he was renamed from the village which is the surname of Amagi archipelago of Kagoshima-ken . Estimated at the time of returning to Japan in 1953. Sato reference.

2020年 3月 16日 更新

Furubiki 【古曳】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Mie-ken Nabari-shi · Oosaka-fu . Terrain . A variant of 丸中 . Mie-ken Nabari -shi Marunouchi was a place name established in 1943 as a result of Honmaru of Nabari Castle. It is distributed in the same place.

2017年 10月 15日 更新

Similar names:

Kohiki 【小引】3 , Kohiki 【古曵】2 , Kobiki 【木挽】4 , Kobiki 【小引】3 , Kobiki 【小曳】3 , Kobiki 【木引】3 , Kobiki 【故引】3 , Kobiki 【小日置】3 , Kobiki 【古挽】3 , Kobiki 【古曵】2 , Kobiki 【小曵】2 , Kobiki 【粉引】2 , Kobiki 【梚木】1 , Furubiki 【古曵】2

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【古曳】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3 1 Shimane-ken(About 130)
2 Tottori-ken(About 30)
2 Toukyou-to(About 30)
2 Oosaka-fu(About 30)
5 Hyougo-ken(About 20)
6 Hiroshima-ken(About 10)
6 Okayama-ken(About 10)
6 Saitama-ken(About 10)
6 Chiba-ken(About 10)
10 Kagawa-ken(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 300
Ranking17,711
Rank by city
1 Yasugi-shi(About 130)
2 Yonago-shi(About 10)
2 Saihaku-gun Nanbu-chou(About 10)
2 Kawanishi-shi(About 10)
5 Maniwa-shi(About 10)
5 Oume-shi(About 10)
5 Neyagawa-shi(About 10)
5 Hiroshima-shi Saeki-ku(About 10)
9 Hachiouji-shi(Very rare)
9 Kitakyuushuu-shi Kokurakita-ku(Very rare)
Rank by subregion
1 島根県 安来市 鳥木町(About 70)
2 島根県 安来市 西松井町(About 10)
2 島根県 安来市 安田(About 10)
4 岡山県 真庭市 種(About 10)
4 兵庫県 川西市 花屋敷山手町(About 10)
4 東京都 青梅市 日向和田(About 10)
4 島根県 安来市 安田長田(About 10)

Notable cities

Yasugi-shi , Saihaku-gun Nanbu-chou

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
Ratios0.000227% 1 Shimane-ken(0.0134%)
2 Tottori-ken(0.00363%)
3 Okayama-ken(0.000407%)
4 Kagawa-ken(0.000382%)
5 Oosaka-fu(0.000346%)
6 Hyougo-ken(0.000328%)
7 Toukyou-to(0.000299%)
8 Nara-ken(0.000297%)
9 Hiroshima-ken(0.000288%)
10 Chiba-ken(0.000176%)
Rank by city
1 Yasugi-shi(0.217%)
2 Saihaku-gun Nanbu-chou(0.0864%)
3 Mikata-gun Shin'onsen-chou(0.0183%)
4 Maniwa-shi(0.0118%)
5 Sen'nan-gun Kumatori-chou(0.0108%)
6 Kawanishi-shi(0.00903%)
7 Yonago-shi(0.00804%)
8 Hiroshima-shi Saeki-ku(0.00801%)
9 Oume-shi(0.00712%)
10 Toda-shi(0.0063%)
Rank by subregion
1 島根県 安来市 鳥木町(40.5% / About 70)

Related

Kohiki【古曳】3, Furubiki【古曳】3 are referenced.