Etymology and distribution of 長一.

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【長一】Etymology of Japanese surnames.


Nagaichi 【長一】2 The Japanese surnames etymology dictionary.

Kanagawa-ken , Nagano-ken , Toukyou-to .

Topography . From the original. Kagoshima-ken Hioki-shi From the original gate of the gate division system that was in the castle town of Ijuin-cho to the Edo period. Good neighbor . Tottori-ken Hino-gun Nichinan-chou Distributed in San - Ei.

Abstract . Abbreviation for source. A word form that abbreviates the sansei bias of the source. Fukushima-ken Date-shi Tell her that she came and stayed in 1190 (Higashi Ichinoseki) in Hitachi-cho Niita. In Shimane-ken Yasugi-shi there is a tale that he abbreviated from the Kanto region after 122 years (3 years of Teruhisa) and after the turbulent turbulence. Tell Nagano-ken Saku-shi that it was abbreviated in 1534 (Astronomy 3 years). Minamoto reference.

Convention . Abbreviation of Fujiwara. Shimane-ken Izumo-shi In Tomibayuki-cho · Nishiwaki Town tells you that you abbreviated Wisteria ashamed to have an attack on the station. Estimated in around the Warring States Period. 藤原 Fujiwara reference.

Convention . Abbreviation of Sasahara. Toyama-ken Tradition at Takaoka-shi . Estimated in the Edo period. 笹原 Sasahara reference.

Convention . Abbreviation of Chiba. Nagano-ken Kamiina-gun Minowa-machi Legend of Matsushima in Naka -michi . Estimated in the Edo period. 千葉原 Chibahara reference.

Abbreviation . Harada's abbreviation. Fukuoka - ken Fukuoka - shi Nakasu, Hakata - ku, Aichi - ken Shinshiro - shi Tradition in the Hiyoshi Shimogata. Estimated in around the Warring States Period. 原田 Harada reference.

Convention . Abbreviation of Yaigahara. Kagawa-ken Ayauta-gun tells Utadzu-chou that it was abbreviated in the Edo period. 八重原 Yaehara reference.

Convention . Ogasawara stands. Iwate-ken Ninohe-shi Stone peculiar Succession in Horizontal roots. Estimated in the Edo period. 小笠原 Ogasawara reference.

Convention . Abbreviation of Fukuhara. Tochigi - ken Ootawara - shi I tell you that at Sakuyama you abbreviated it during the Edo period. 福原 Fukuhara reference.

if shown . Abbreviation for Mr. Gen. Nagano-ken Matsumoto-shi In Ginbayashi told me that he changed the name from Mr. Suwara's surname. Estimated in the Edo period. 氏原 Ujihara reference.

Chiba-ken Katori-gun Tako-machi Originated from the original stamp of the stain. A place name with a record since the Heian period.

Gifu-ken Ena-shi Originated from Yamaoka cho. A place name with a record since the Edo period.

Okayama-ken Tomata-gun Origin of Kagamino-chou original. A place name with a record since the Edo period.

Nagano-ken Komagane-shi Originated Nakazawa original. A place name with a record since the Warring States Period. Miyagi-ken Sendai-shi Aoba-ku Kawauchi was in the Edo era in the Sendai Samurai of the Clan office. Tradition of the same samurai.

Niigata - ken Nagaoka - shi Origin of Tochiobara . A place name with a record since the Warring States Period.

Shizuoka-ken Originated from Kakegawa-shi Hosotani (old: Hara). In the Heian era the name of the place with a record in the notation of "Hara".

Kagawa-ken Kan'onji-shi Originating from Onohara Ohnohara-cho. A place name with a record since the Edo period. Use 'Ohara' of Ohnohara. Okayama-ken Kurashiki-shi I tell Kojima Shiozawa that he lived in Ohnohara of Kagawa-ken during the Warring States Period.

Kagoshima-ken Kimotsuki-gun Minamioosumi-chou Genroku Edge Origin Tahara. It is distributed in the same place.

Nagasaki-ken Originated from the original source of Isahaya-shi (formerly Kojin-gun). Nagasaki - ken Minamishimabara - shi Namamomamachi, where there was a master castle from the Warring States Period to the Edo Period, is a comparative site.

Aomori - ken Goshogawara - shi In Shingu Town we will tell from the village of Fukui - ken eastern part (formerly Echizen). Fukui-ken Tsuruga-shi Origin is a place name with a record since the north-south morning era. The place name was called "Haramura" in the Edo period. Fukui-ken Sabae-shi Nakano Machihara (formerly Haramura) was a place name with a record since the Edo period.

Later Han series . Origin of Oosaka-fu Takatsuki-shi original. A place name with a record since the Kamakura period. There was a family name of the original head.

Abstract . Abbreviation for wild. Okayama-ken Kurashiki-shi Okayama-ken Okayama-shi There was a case where Konooka lived in the Edo period from Minami-ku and abbreviated Hara surname. 原野 Harano reference.

Yamanashi-ken Hokuto-shi Takane town In Murayama -Tsutsumi Tell the story from Koganehara near Chiba-ken north · Ibaraki-ken southwestern part (formerly Shimosa). Period, location unknown.

Yamagata-ken Tendou-shi Origin of Ararayan original. It was in the Edo period in the same place. In 1623 (Motoya 9 years), the surname was changed to the village surname. 村形 Murakata reference.

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Nagaichi 【永市】3 , Nagaichi 【長市】3 , Nagaichi 【永一】2

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【長一】Distribution of surname.


Distributions by prefecture
Distributions by city
Distributions by subregion
Whole Japan Prefectures
レベル2 1 Toukyou-to(About 10)
2 Kagawa-ken(Very rare)
2 Kanagawa-ken(Very rare)
2 Nara-ken(Very rare)
PopulationAbout 20
RankingOut of ranking
Rank by city
1 Setagaya-ku(Very rare)
1 Yokohama-shi Kouhoku-ku(Very rare)
1 Edogawa-ku(Very rare)
1 Yoshino-gun Yoshino-chou(Very rare)
1 Zentsuuji-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 Kagawa-ken(0.000382%)
2 Nara-ken(0.000297%)
3 Toukyou-to(Very rare)
4 Kanagawa-ken(Very rare)
Rank by city
1 Yoshino-gun Yoshino-chou(0.0291%)
2 Zentsuuji-shi(0.0109%)
3 Yokohama-shi Kouhoku-ku(0.00197%)
4 Edogawa-ku(0.00105%)
5 Setagaya-ku(0.000814%)
Rank by subregion