Etymology and distribution of 糊田.

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【糊田】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Norita 【糊田】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Toyama-ken Imizu-shi . Toyama-ken Imizu-shi Ninomaru-cho (formerly Hokkaidoji (Hodoji)) was a place name with a record since the Edo period. The place name was also written as "Jidoji". Toyama-ken Imizu-shi Horioka Maimonjin is based.

2019年 2月 22日 更新

Similar names:

Norita 【車田】5 , Norita 【乗田】5 , Norita 【法田】3 , Norita 【則田】3 , Norita 【範田】2 , Norita 【野利田】1 , Norita 【乘田】1

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【糊田】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル2 1 Oosaka-fu(About 20)
2 Hyougo-ken(About 10)
PopulationAbout 30
RankingOut of ranking
Rank by city
1 Izumisano-shi(About 10)
1 Koube-shi Kita-ku(About 10)
3 Mishima-gun Shimamoto-chou(Very rare)
3 Sakai-shi(Very rare)
3 Kawachinagano-shi(Very rare)
Rank by subregion

Distributions of ratios

Distributions of ratios by prefecture
Distributions of ratios by city
Distributions of ratios by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
RatiosVery rare 1 Oosaka-fu(0.000288%)
2 Hyougo-ken(0.000164%)
Rank by city
1 Mishima-gun Shimamoto-chou(0.0146%)
2 Izumisano-shi(0.00944%)
3 Koube-shi Kita-ku(0.00441%)
4 Kawachinagano-shi(0.00373%)
5 Sakai-shi(0.000572%)
Rank by subregion