Femaleabout 0505–

Brief Life History of NO

NO was born about 0505, in Ireland.

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    Name Meaning

    Some characteristic forenames: Korean Sung, Chae, Jong, Song, Yong, Hong, Hyo, Hyo Sun, Jae, Kun, Kyong, Kyoung, Chong, Chang, Dae, Chong Kun, Chong Sik, Inho, Insoo, Jae In, Jae Yoon, Jeong, Jin Sung, Jong Hwan.

    Korean: there are three Chinese characters for the No surname, one of which is very rare. Between the three characters, there are a total of sixteen clans. All of the clans are descended from founding ancestors from China. One of the founding ancestors, No Su, migrated from China in 755 and brought with him his nine sons. Each of his sons went on to found another clan. No is a very common surname in Korea, and is found throughout the peninsula.

    Japanese (): written 能 ‘ability’. It is found in the Ryūkyūan island of Amami.

    Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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