Nederlandse Familienamenbank

< Han < Hannen

naamsvermeldingen en literatuurreferenties:

• [J. Bank, Familie Han, overzicht van een agrarisch geslacht uit Ankeveen, Rijswijk 1983].
• Notaties in Chinees schrift ontbreken vooralsnog in deze opsomming van verklaringen: 1. Chinese: Mandarin pronunciation of the surname : (i) it is said that the surname is borne by descendants of Han Liu ( ), grandson of the legendary Huang Di, the 'Yellow Emperor' (traditional dates: 2697–2599 BC). (ii) shortened form of Han Yuan ( ), name of a fief (possibly present-day Hejin in Shanxi province or Hancheng in Shaanxi province) granted to Bi Wan, also known as Han Wan ( ) or Han Wuzi ( ), a politician in the state of Jin during the Spring and Autumn Period (770–476 BC). His descendants inherited the name of the fief as their surname. (iii) from Han ( ), name of a state during the Warring States Period (475–221 BC). The state was established in 403 BC and annexed by the state of Qin in 230 BC. Descendants of nobles from this state inherited it as their surname. (iv) From the Chu Da Han ( ) family of the Xianbei ethnic group in N China, who adopted the surname Han ( ) during the Northern Wei Dynasty (386–534 AD).
2. Chinese: Mandarin form of the surname , meaning 'cold' in Chinese: (i) said to be traced back to Han Ai ( ), name of an official during the reign of the legendary emperor Huang Di, the 'Yellow Emperor' (traditional dates: 2697–2599 BC). (ii) from Han ( ), name of an ancient state (located in Shandong province) during the Xia dynasty (2070–1600 BC). (iii) adopted in place of the homophonous Chinese surname Han ( ) by some people, who changed their original surname Han ( ) to Han ( ) in order to avoid feud.
3. Chinese: Mandarin form of the surname , unexplained.
4. Chinese: variant romanization of the surname , see Hang (1).
5. Korean: there are two Chinese characters for the surname Han. However, one of these characters, meaning 'China', is extremely rare (only two households with this surname appeared in a recent census), so only the other will be considered here. Some records indicate that there are 131 clans of the Han family, but only one—the Han family of Ch' ngju, can be documented. Some sources name Han Ran as the founding ancestor of the Han family. Han Ran is recognized as one of the men who assisted the first Kory king, Wang K n, in setting up the Kory kingdom in 918. More recent scholarship, however, postulates that the Ch' ngju Han clan's founding ancestor was U-P'y ng, one of three sons of the fortieth generation descendant of Kija, the founder of the ancient Chos n kingdom (died 194 bc). The other two sons, U-s ng and U-Ky ng, founded the Ki clan and the S ngan clans, respectively.
6. Turkish: nickname or ornamental name from the title han 'sovereign, khan' (see Khan). It is also used as a given name.
7. Dutch: from a reduced form of the personal name Johann(es) (see John).
8. Czech and Slovak (Hán): from a reduced form of the German personal name Johann(es) (see John).
9. Jewish: variant of Hahn.
[DAFN, vol. 2, p 123].
• Hanne, Han(n), Hannes(se), Hanesse, Hannise, Han(n)us, Hanus(s)e, Anus, Han(n)euse, Aneuse, Hanause, Han(n)uise, Hanusz, Hennes, Hennus, Henusse, Hans, Hanse(n), Hance, Hans(s)enne, Hensenne, Ansenne(s), Hans(s)en(s), Hensen(s), Ans(s)ens, Ansen, Hanze(n), Hens(e), Hen(n)issen, Hen(n)euse, Hens(s)en, Henze, Henzen(ne), Hins(en), Hinssen(s):  Patr. Korte vormen en allerlei var. en afl. van Han(s), Hannes, Johannes. 1268 Hanne Cnape; 1375 Jan Hannenzone, Ip. (BEELE); 1423 Hantz van Nuwenborch = 1425 Jan van Nuwenborch; 1453 Hanssen Moninxs = 1457 Jan Moninx, Ht. (ROEL. 1951,14); 1478 Johannes Hansen; 1455 Hennen Hencens, Ht. (A.GHIJSEN); 1369 Jehan Haneuse, Dk. (TdT); 1415 Jehan Hanouse, 1438 Jehan Hansse, Dk. (TTT).  [WFB2]

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