Hayami 【逸民】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.
① Topography . From pine and ridge. Hyougo - ken Awaji - shi Iwa - ya says that the doctor named it at Meiji New surname. From the Matsuo gate in the gate division system that was in the Edo period. An example of the location of the gate. Kagoshima-ken Satsuma-chou Satsuma-chou Hirakawa, Kagoshima-ken Hioki-shi Higashi-machi town Yuda, Kagoshima-ken Hioki-shi Iju-in town bridge, Miyazaki-ken Kobayashi-shi Shin. Good neighbor . Fukuoka-ken Kitakyuushuu-shi Distributed in Kurosabashi west Yahata West District.
※ Yamaguchi-ken Hagi-shi Horiuchi was in the Edo period in the Choshu clan of the clan office. The same clan says from Shiga-ken 's Matsuo. Shiga-ken Gamou-gun Hino-chou Shoga- ken Kouka-shi Mizuguchi-cho Matsuo, Shiga-ken Nagahama-shi Takatsuki Matsuo was a place name with a record since the Edo period.
⑩ Kyouto-fu Kyouto-shi Originated from the Matsuo Pass in Umeegaya Terio in Ukyo-ku. Kyouto-fu Kyouto-shi In Kyoku-kyo Hosono-cho, Ukyo-ku, I tell him that in the latter half of the Kamakura period, he took over Emperor Guo embraced him to cross the pass.
⑪ Abbreviation . Abbreviation of red pine. Hyougo-ken Koube-shi Nishi-ku Koide-machi Akira tells me that he renamed the Akamatsu surname as "late akamatsu" leaving "pine" behind. Estimated Muromachi era. 赤松 reference.