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, せい, しょう, そう
1. surname, family name
Only せい, See 姓・かばね・1
2. hereditary title (used in ancient Japan to denote rank and political standing)
あなたの姓はどう発音するのですか。
, かばね
1. hereditary title (used in ancient Japan to denote rank and political standing)
Archaism
2. clan
あなたの姓はどう発音するのですか。
, きゅうせい
See 現姓・げんせい
one's original family name, maiden name
, どうせい
May take 'no', Antonym: 異姓
same surname
, ひゃくしょう
Takes suru, Sensitive
1. farmer, peasant, country bumpkin
2. farming
See 百姓・ひゃくせい
3. the common people
お百姓さんはそれを聞いて喜ぶに違いない。
, ひゃくせい
the common people
お百姓さんはそれを聞いて喜ぶに違いない。
, いせい
Antonym: 同姓
different surname, different family name
, げしょう
person of humble birth
, せいし
full name, family name
, ぞくしょう, ぞくせい
secular surname (of a priest)
, たせい
another surname
, がいせい
mother's family name
, しせい
1. the four great families of the age (esp. the Minamoto clan, the Taira clan, the Fujiwara clan and the Tachibana clan)
See ヴァルナ
2. varna (each of the four Hindu castes)
, げんせい
former surname, original surname
, はっせい
See 八色の姓, Archaism, Obscure term
eight hereditary titles (designated by Emperor Tenmu in 684 CE: Mahito, Asomi, Sukune, Imiki, Michinoshi, Omi, Muraji, Inagi)
, げんせい
See 旧姓・きゅうせい
one's current family name, woman's family name after she married
, かんせい
Chinese surname, Chinese family name
, べっせい
1. different surname
See 夫婦別姓, Abbreviation
2. married couple maintaining separate surnames
, かいせい
Takes suru
1. change of one's family name
2. changed family name
家名を嵯峨と改姓したのは明治3年でした。
, せいめい
(full) name, family name and given name
, ひゃくしょうや
farmer's home
小百, こびゃくしょう
peasant, small farmer
四種, ししゅせい
See ヴァルナ, Obscure term
varna (each of India's four castes)
中小, 中小性, ちゅうごしょう
low class samurai, who guarded the shogun on outings (Edo period)
本百, ほんひゃくしょう
Archaism
freeholding farmer, freeholding peasant
制度, しせいせいど
See 氏・うじ・1, See 姓・かばね・1
uji-kabane system, system of clans and hereditary titles (of the Yamato court)
夫婦別, ふうふべっせい
married couple retaining separate surnames
同名, どうせいどうめい
May take 'no', yojijukugo
(having) same family and personal name
私は自分と同姓同名の女性を知っている。
革命, えきせいかくめい
yojijukugo
revolution (change of dynasty) decreed by Heaven when the incumbent emperor is found lacking in moral virtue (old Chinese political thought)
名不詳, せいめいふしょう
May take 'no', yojijukugo
unidentified, name unknown
八色の, 八色, やくさのかばね, はっしきのかばね
Archaism
eight hereditary titles (designated by Emperor Tenmu in 684 CE: Mahito, Asomi, Sukune, Imiki, Michinoshi, Omi, Muraji, Inagi)
読み, ひゃくしょうよみ
nonstandard reading of a kanji
被官百, ひかんびゃくしょう
Obscure term
serf
どん百, ドン百, どんびゃくしょう, ドンびゃくしょう
See 土百姓, Derogatory
dirt-poor farmer
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