Etymology and distribution of 宣.

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【宣】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Sen 【宣】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Aomori-ken , Iwate-ken Ninohe-shi · Toukyou-to .

Iwate-ken Ninohe-shi Fukuoka Tamachi, Kouchi-ken Kouchi-shi Distributed in Hachi-cho.

Nagasaki-ken Higashisonogi-gun Higashisonogi-chou Originated from Chincho - uro in Shimo - bashi district. It was in the Edo period in Nagasaki-ken Hirado-shi .

2021年 7月 27日 更新

Similar names:

Sen 【千】3 , Sen 【洗】3 , Sen 【銭】3 , Sen 【仙】3 , Sen 【詹】2 , Sen 【専】2 , Sen 【戦】1 , Sen 【占】1 , Sen 【閃】1 , Sen 【線】1 , Sen 【羨】1 , Zen 【善】4 , Zen 【全】4 , Zen 【膳】3 , Zen 【禅】2 , Zen 【冉】1 , Zen 【仝】1

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【宣】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル2 1 Toukyou-to(About 20)
2 Ibaraki-ken(About 10)
3 Shizuoka-ken(Very rare)
3 Nagano-ken(Very rare)
3 Hyougo-ken(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 40
RankingOut of ranking
Rank by city
1 Mito-shi(About 10)
2 Hamamatsu-shi(Very rare)
2 Nagano-shi(Very rare)
2 Arakawa-ku(Very rare)
2 Shibuya-ku(Very rare)
2 Adachi-ku(Very rare)
2 Kita-ku(Very rare)
2 Hino-shi(Very rare)
2 Koube-shi Tarumi-ku(Very rare)
Rank by subregion
1 茨城県 水戸市 栄町(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 Ibaraki-ken(0.000285%)
2 Toukyou-to(0.000249%)
3 Nagano-ken(0.000164%)
4 Shizuoka-ken(0.000111%)
5 Hyougo-ken(Very rare)
Rank by city
1 Mito-shi(0.00346%)
2 Shibuya-ku(0.0034%)
3 Arakawa-ku(0.00324%)
4 Hino-shi(0.00315%)
5 Koube-shi Tarumi-ku(0.00207%)
6 Kita-ku(0.00173%)
7 Nagano-shi(0.00103%)
8 Adachi-ku(0.000917%)
9 Hamamatsu-shi(0.000562%)
Rank by subregion


Sendatsu【仙達】2, Nobui【宣井】2, Nobuhara【宣原】3, Nobumoto【宣本】2, Nobumoto【宣元】2, Nobuyama【宣山】2, Yamanobu【山宣】1, Yoshikawa【宣川】2 are referenced.