Etymology and distribution of 古曵.

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【古曵】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Kobiki 【古曵】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Hiroshima-ken Fukuyama-shi , Nara-ken , Ishikawa-ken . Hiroshima-ken Fukuyama-shi Tomogi-cho is based. Ishikawa-ken Wajima-shi Tell me that he was engaged in agriculture in Machino - cho Townsaido. Estimated in the Edo period.

2020年 1月 14日 更新

Kohiki 【古曵】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Tokushima-ken , Ooita-ken , Saitama-ken . 佐藤 surname available.

Niigata-ken Jouetsu-shi Mr. Mr. Sato of Sanwa Ward Department of Waterworks reported that Niigata-ken Sado-shi went out, Mr. Miyamoto was the first son, Mr. Inokoe was the second son, and Mitsuo was called Left east. Unknown times. 宮本 Miyamoto reference. 井越 Ikoshi reference. In the left East is the mother 's dream because sunshine entered from the east to the left, everything was Sato' s surname All Niigata - ken Jouetsu - shi pastoral district Utsu - tama In the Edo era from the opposition from the opposition Heart as the notation of Meiji New Last Name Tell him that you took Sato from the word saying to Sato, the official.

2020年 3月 16日 更新

Furubiki 【古曵】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Hokkaidou Date-shi . Hokkaidou Date - shi tells that old pronunciation Kitama came from Kagawa - ken Kan'onji - shi in 1902.

2018年 9月 30日 更新

Similar names:

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

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【古曵】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル2 1 Oosaka-fu(About 10)
2 Tottori-ken(Very rare)
2 Shimane-ken(Very rare)
2 Okayama-ken(Very rare)
2 Saitama-ken(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 30
RankingOut of ranking
Rank by city
1 Yasugi-shi(Very rare)
1 Saihaku-gun Nanbu-chou(Very rare)
1 Akaiwa-shi(Very rare)
1 Warabi-shi(Very rare)
1 Higashioosaka-shi(Very rare)
1 Tondabayashi-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 Tottori-ken(0.000606%)
2 Shimane-ken(0.000463%)
3 Okayama-ken(0.000203%)
4 Oosaka-fu(0.000115%)
5 Saitama-ken(Very rare)
Rank by city
1 Saihaku-gun Nanbu-chou(0.0288%)
2 Akaiwa-shi(0.0087%)
3 Warabi-shi(0.00762%)
4 Yasugi-shi(0.00749%)
5 Tondabayashi-shi(0.00388%)
6 Higashioosaka-shi(0.000934%)
Rank by subregion


Kohiki【古曵】2, Furubiki【古曵】2 are referenced.