Etymology and distribution of 江道.

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【江道】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Edou 【江道】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Aichi-ken . In Mie-ken Chubu (formerly Ise County) there was a surname of the neck of the deer (Oga) in the Kofun period. Mie - ken Suzuka - shi Kobe recorded records in 1067 (3 years of calendar). The surname of Oka (Oga) Yado is also written as "Oga". 大賀 Ooga reference. Aichi-ken Nagoya-shi Honmaru Honmaru was in the Edo period in the Owarii clan in the Clan office. Ibaraki-ken Toride-shi It was in the Warring States Period to the castle owner of the Oshika castle in Hakusan.

Hyougo-ken Tanba-shi In Ichigo Town Naramatsu told that the surname was changed to Kusumi surname, Maeda surname by small folk also. Estimated in the Edo period. 久下 Kuge reference. 前田 Maeda reference.

2021年 5月 7日 更新

Emichi 【江道】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Ooita-ken Bungooono-shi , Kanagawa-ken · Hokkaidou . 大野 Surname present. Ooita-ken Bungooono-shi Ohno (Ohno) Tell him that he was engaged in agriculture at the North Garden. Estimated in the Edo period. Ohno was a place name with a record since the Nara period.

2018年 12月 30日 更新

Similar names:

Etou 【江藤】6 , Etou 【江頭】5 , Etou 【衛藤】5 , Etou 【依藤】4 , Etou 【江渡】4 , Etou 【恵藤】4 , Etou 【栄藤】4 , Etou 【江東】3 , Etou 【衞藤】3 , Etou 【惠藤】2 , Etou 【得藤】2 , Etou 【江登】2 , Edou 【江渡】4 , Edou 【絵堂】2 , Edou 【繪堂】1

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【江道】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル3 1 Hiroshima-ken(About 20)
2 Yamaguchi-ken(About 10)
3 Fukuoka-ken(About 10)
3 Toyama-ken(About 10)
5 Shiga-ken(Very rare)
5 Aichi-ken(Very rare)
5 Oosaka-fu(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 60
Rank by city
1 Yamaguchi-shi(About 10)
1 Takaoka-shi(About 10)
1 Hiroshima-shi Saeki-ku(About 10)
4 Aki-gun Fuchuu-chou(Very rare)
4 Kitakyuushuu-shi Moji-ku(Very rare)
4 Onga-gun Okagaki-machi(Very rare)
4 Yasu-shi(Very rare)
4 Nagato-shi(Very rare)
4 Iwakura-shi(Very rare)
4 Oosaka-shi Yodogawa-ku(Very rare)
Rank by subregion
1 山口県 山口市 下郷蔵敷(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 Yamaguchi-ken(0.000716%)
2 Toyama-ken(0.000685%)
3 Hiroshima-ken(0.000577%)
4 Shiga-ken(0.000325%)
5 Fukuoka-ken(0.000198%)
6 Aichi-ken(Very rare)
7 Oosaka-fu(Very rare)
Rank by city
1 Onga-gun Okagaki-machi(0.0132%)
2 Iwakura-shi(0.01%)
3 Aki-gun Fuchuu-chou(0.00945%)
4 Yasu-shi(0.00927%)
5 Hiroshima-shi Saeki-ku(0.00801%)
6 Nagato-shi(0.00743%)
7 Yamaguchi-shi(0.0041%)
8 Takaoka-shi(0.00409%)
9 Oosaka-shi Yodogawa-ku(0.00372%)
10 Kitakyuushuu-shi Moji-ku(0.00347%)
Rank by subregion


Emichi【江道】3 are referenced.