Etymology and distribution of 古満.

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【古満】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Furumitsu 【古満】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Hiroshima-ken , Ishikawa-ken , Kagawa-ken .

Topography . From the original valley. Ishikawa-ken Kaga-shi In Yamanaka Onsen told me that Meiji New surname is in Kamiminbo-cho. Hiroshima-ken Onomichi-shi tells that the descendant of Mr. Otomo, who used Ooita-ken as the basis for the Kamakura period and Muromachi period, was called. 大友 Ootomo reference.

② In Ishikawa-ken there is also a transmission from the original family at Motoya.

2021年 2月 16日 更新

Koma 【古満】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

三丸 Mitsumaru reference.

2017年 10月 15日 更新

Koman 【古満】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Kyouto-fu Maidzuru-shi , Oosaka-fu , Kumamoto-ken . Kumamoto-ken Ashikita-gun Ashikita-machi .

Topography . From the side of the salt. Kyouto-fu Maidzuru-shi Fabric is based. The land is inland. Tottori-ken Tottori-shi Distributed in the south of Kagi-machi. Tottori-ken Tottori-shi Hokuoka cho Kita is a land with Meiji New surname facing the Sea of Japan.

Kumamoto-ken Ashikita-gun Ashikita-machi Birth of salt immersion. A place name with a record since the Edo period. Salt immersion "salt" is used. It is distributed in the same place.

2018年 6月 13日 更新

Similar names:

Koma 【高麗】4 , Koma 【小間】4 , Koma 【駒】4 , Koma 【木間】4 , Koma 【狛】3 , Koma 【胡摩】3 , Koma 【胡間】2 , Koma 【児馬】2 , Koma 【巨摩】1 , Goma 【胡麻】3 , Goma 【胡摩】3 , Goma 【後間】3 , Goma 【胡間】2 , Goma 【五間】2 , Koman 【小万】3

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【古満】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル3 1 Hiroshima-ken(About 110)
2 Shimane-ken(About 10)
2 Chiba-ken(About 10)
4 Yamaguchi-ken(About 10)
5 Tottori-ken(Very rare)
5 Kagawa-ken(Very rare)
5 Shizuoka-ken(Very rare)
5 Fukuoka-ken(Very rare)
5 Shiga-ken(Very rare)
5 Tochigi-ken(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 200
Rank by city
1 Kure-shi(About 70)
2 Matsue-shi(About 10)
2 Akitakata-shi(About 10)
4 Hiroshima-shi Asaminami-ku(About 10)
5 Ootsu-shi(Very rare)
5 Ootake-shi(Very rare)
5 Kitakyuushuu-shi Kokurakita-ku(Very rare)
5 Shimonoseki-shi(Very rare)
5 Yamaguchi-shi(Very rare)
5 Yonago-shi(Very rare)
Rank by subregion
1 広島県 呉市 広白石(About 30)
2 広島県 呉市 広小坪(About 10)
2 広島県 安芸高田市 長田(About 10)
4 広島県 呉市 下蒲刈町下島(About 10)
4 島根県 松江市 上乃木(About 10)

Distributions of ratios

Distributions of ratios by prefecture
Distributions of ratios by city
Distributions of ratios by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
Ratios0.000156% 1 Hiroshima-ken(0.00361%)
2 Shimane-ken(0.00139%)
3 Tottori-ken(0.000606%)
4 Yamaguchi-ken(0.000478%)
5 Kagawa-ken(0.000382%)
6 Shiga-ken(0.000325%)
7 Nara-ken(0.000297%)
8 Chiba-ken(0.000265%)
9 Tochigi-ken(0.000222%)
10 Shizuoka-ken(0.000111%)
Rank by city
1 Akitakata-shi(0.0286%)
2 Kure-shi(0.0211%)
3 Kita-gun Miki-chou(0.0137%)
4 Ootake-shi(0.0115%)
5 Oosaka-shi Chuuou-ku(0.0103%)
6 Chiba-shi Midori-ku(0.00578%)
7 Matsue-shi(0.00572%)
8 Hiroshima-shi Asaminami-ku(0.00505%)
9 Sanda-shi(0.00505%)
10 Hiroshima-shi Naka-ku(0.00435%)
Rank by subregion
1 広島県 呉市 広白石(1.16% / About 30)


Koma【古満】3, Koman【古満】3 are referenced.