Tsubata 【津畑】3 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.
Shizuoka-ken Iwata-shi . 名切 variant. Mie-ken Shima-shi The great town Naikiri (Nakari) is a place name recorded with the notation "Namiki" in the Nara period. The place name was written as "naughty" in the North and South morning era. There is a tale that there was a descendant of Mr. Kuki who was in the Muromachi era in the same place called. Location unknown. Shizuoka-ken Iwata-shi Fukuda is based. In estimation, use "hundred" which is numerous more than nine. 九鬼 reference.
Tell him that you gave it by stroking the demon. Period, location unknown. In the estimation stroke cutting (Nadekiri) is the original meaning.