Etymology and distribution of 大正.

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【大正】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Taishou 【大正】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Fukuoka-ken Koga-shi , Kyouto-fu , Shimane-ken . Fukuoka-ken Koga-shi Shinbara (cymbal) is a place name with a record since the Edo period. The same place, Kyouto-fu Miyadzu-shi Kita is based.

2020年 11月 13日 更新

Ooshou 【大正】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Hiroshima-ken , Yamaguchi-ken . Terrain . From the side of the offing. Hiroshima-ken Hiroshima-shi Naka Ward Kamachi was a clan san in Hiroshima, Kouchi-ken Shimanto-shi Nakamura Marunouchi was in the Edo period in the clan of Tosa Nakamura of the Clan Office. In the end of Yamaguchi-ken Kudamatsu-shi, in the middle of the Edo period, it is written as "Aomoto" and it tells that it made Oki family name at the end of the Edo period. 澳本 Okumoto reference. Good neighbor . Hiroshima-ken Kure-shi Makihari, Mamori-machi, Yamaguchi-ken Hikari-shi Distributed in Asawa.

2018年 2月 12日 更新

Oomasa 【大正】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

小嶋 Kojima reference.

2020年 11月 13日 更新

Similar names:

Ooshou 【大生】3 , Oomasa 【大政】4 , Taishou 【大将】2 , Taishou 【大小】2 , Taishou 【大姓】1 , Taijou 【諦乗】2 , Daishou 【大聖】3 , Daishou 【大性】2 , Daishou 【大祥】2 , Daijou 【大城】6 , Daijou 【大上】5 , Daijou 【大條】4 , Daijou 【大条】3 , Daijou 【大丈】2

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【大正】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル3 1 Fukui-ken(About 20)
2 Oosaka-fu(About 10)
3 Toukyou-to(About 10)
3 Aichi-ken(About 10)
3 Tokushima-ken(About 10)
3 Toyama-ken(About 10)
7 Kanagawa-ken(Very rare)
7 Okayama-ken(Very rare)
7 Miyazaki-ken(Very rare)
7 Nara-ken(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 90
Rank by city
1 Fukui-shi(About 20)
2 Imizu-shi(About 10)
3 Miyoshi-shi(Very rare)
3 Kurashiki-shi(Very rare)
3 Katano-shi(Very rare)
3 Yokosuka-shi(Very rare)
3 Higashimorokata-gun Aya-chou(Very rare)
3 Katsushika-ku(Very rare)
3 Kiyose-shi(Very rare)
3 Sakurai-shi(Very rare)
Rank by subregion
1 福井県 福井市 春山(About 10)
1 富山県 射水市 三ケ新三ケ(About 10)

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(0.00191%)
2 Tokushima-ken(0.000936%)
3 Toyama-ken(0.000685%)
4 Miyazaki-ken(0.000339%)
5 Nara-ken(0.000297%)
6 Okayama-ken(0.000203%)
7 Oosaka-fu(0.000173%)
8 Aichi-ken(0.000134%)
9 Toukyou-to(Very rare)
10 Hyougo-ken(Very rare)
Rank by city
1 Higashimorokata-gun Aya-chou(0.0464%)
2 Oosaka-shi Chuuou-ku(0.0103%)
3 Miyoshi-shi(0.00838%)
4 Imizu-shi(0.00816%)
5 Kiyose-shi(0.00762%)
6 Sakurai-shi(0.00657%)
7 Fukui-shi(0.0062%)
8 Katano-shi(0.00618%)
9 Koube-shi Suma-ku(0.00273%)
10 Nagoya-shi Nakagawa-ku(0.00253%)
Rank by subregion


Ooshou【大正】3, Oomasa【大正】3 are referenced.