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  1. List of common Chinese surnames - Wikipedia

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    China This list of the 100 most common Chinese surnames derives from China's Ministry of Public Security's annual report on the top 100 surnames in China, with the latest report release in January 2020 for the year 2019. When the 1982 ...

  2. List of Korean surnames - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of Korean surnames, in Hangul alphabetical order. Note: (S) denotes South Korea. (N) denotes North Korea.The most common Korean family name (particularly in South Korea) is Kim, followed by Lee and Park.These three family names ...

  3. Hundred Family Surnames - Wikipedia

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    The Hundred Family Surnames (Chinese: 百家姓), commonly known as Bai Jia Xing,[1] also translated as Hundreds of Chinese Surnames,[2] is a classic Chinese text composed of common Chinese surnames. The book was composed in the early Song ...

  4. Xie (surname) - Wikipedia

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    Xie or Hsieh ([ɕjê]; simplified Chinese: 谢; traditional Chinese: 謝; pinyin: Xiè; Wade–Giles: Hsieh4) is a Chinese family name. It is estimated that there are more than ten million people with this surname, the majority of whom live in ...

  5. Xu (surname) - Wikipedia

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    Xu can refer to the following Chinese surnames that are homographs when Romanized using their Mandarin pronunciations: Xu (surname 徐) Xu (surname 許) The tones of these surnames are different in Mandarin, but if the tone diacritics are omitted ...

  6. Ji (surname 季) - Wikipedia

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    Jì is the Mandarin pinyin romanization of the Chinese surname written 季 in Chinese character. It is romanized as Chi in Wade–Giles, and Gwai in Cantonese.[1] Ji is the 142nd most common surname in China, with a population of 960,000. It is ...

  7. Jin (Chinese surname) - Wikipedia

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    Jin is the Hanyu pinyin transliteration of a number of Chinese surnames. The most common one, Jīn 金, literally means "gold" and is 29th[1] in the list of "Hundred Family Surnames". As of 2006, it is ranked the 64th most ...

  8. Kang (Chinese surname) - Wikipedia

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    Kang (康, pinyin: Kāng) is a Chinese surname. It is considered one of the "Nine Sogdian Surnames," and in this context it is derived from the city of Samarkand.It is the 88th name on the Hundred Family Surnames poem. Notable people ...

  9. Shu (surname) - Wikipedia

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    Shu (Chinese: 舒; pinyin: Shū) is a Chinese surname.It is 43rd in the Hundred Family Surnames, contained in the verse 熊紀舒屈 (Xiong, Ji, Shu, Qu).Šumuru sinicized their clan name to the Chinese surnames Shu (舒), Xu (徐) or Xiao (蕭) after the ...

  10. Wen (surname) - Wikipedia

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    Wen is the pinyin romanisation of the Chinese surname 文 (Wén). 文 (Wén), meaning "literary" or "culture", is usually romanised as Man in Cantonese (most widely used by those from Hong Kong), and sometimes as Mann. In Min ...

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