Flower surname information
Flower (hu) ā） surname
It belongs to the Fan family, with the ancestor being Fan Wenchen, and is the 257th contemporary surname in China. The ancestors of the Hua family, who immigrated to the Hongdong Pagoda Tree in the Ming Dynasty, were people from Pingyang Prefecture, Hongdong County, Zhaocheng County, and other regions. In the early Ming Dynasty, they were ordered to migrate to different places in the Hongdong Pagoda Tree. By the end of the Qing Dynasty, their descendants were distributed in Henan, Shandong, Hebei, Beijing, Tianjin, Shaanxi, Gansu, Anhui, Jiangsu, Hubei, Hunan, Inner Mongolia, Liaoning, Heilongjiang, Shanxi, and other places.
The record of the flower surname was first seen in the Southern Song Dynasty's "Surname Garden".
There are three main sources of surnames:
① Originating from the surname Fan. According to the "Examination of Surnames", in the late Spring and Autumn period, there was a Luan family in the state of Jin, which had a great influence,
Power leans towards the court and the opposition. When she arrived at Luan Ying, her mother Luan Qi was the daughter of Fan Beggar. Due to being a widow in middle age, she fled with her retainers and was discovered by Luan Ying. Luan Qi took the initiative and went to her father Fan Beggar to accuse Luan Ying of plotting. Fan Beggar was worried that the power of the Luan family was too great to endanger the country, and on this grounds, he exiled Luan Ying. Luan Ying openly rebelled in Quwo and borrowed elite troops from the state of Qi. At the same time, he made an agreement with Wei Shu, the capital's general, to engage in internal and external cooperation. After everything was ready, Luan Ying suddenly sent troops to surround the capital, and Wei Shu quickly gathered his troops to open the city gate and let the rebels enter. At this extremely critical moment, Fan Beggar's 13-year-old son Fan Yang rode alone to Wei Shu's chariot, pretending to be "summoned by the lord". Taking Wei Shu's moment of confusion, he jumped onto his chariot and kidnapped him with his sword. This is the story known as "Little Fan Yang's Wisdom Moves Wei Shu" in history. Due to the robbery of Wei Shu and the uneven morale of the rebel army, the rebellion was quelled. Later, Fan Yang also ruled in the state of Jin. Due to Fan Yang's young and handsome age, courage and strategy, he was known as General Hua. Among his descendants, there was a person named Fan Wenchen who admired Fan Yang's style and took his nickname as his surname, which later changed to the Hua surname.
② Originating from the change of the Chinese surname. According to the "Surname Examination", a branch of the Hua surname originated from the Hua surname. In ancient times, there was no Hua surname and it was commonly referred to as Hua. Later, flowers were used as the flowers of flowers and plants, so the Hua surname was also changed to the Hua surname.
③ Originating from the change of the surname Fan. According to the "General Annals of Clans", the Hua clan originated from the "Surname Garden". Today, it looks like Pingping, and during the Jin Dynasty, there was Fan Yongji who changed his surname to Hua.
The county titles of the Hua surname mainly include Dongping County. Dongping County: During the Han and Jin dynasties, Dongping County was established on the land of the ancient Liang State, and was renamed Dongping County during the Southern Song Dynasty (5th century AD). Equivalent to the areas of Dongping and Tai'an in Shandong Province today.
The main hall names of the Hua surname include Wei Guo Tang and Jian Xun Tang. Wei Guotang: General Hua Jingding of the Tang Dynasty was exceptionally brave. In the early years of the Shangyuan era, Duan Zizhang rebelled in Sichuan, and Jingding led his troops to pacify him. Du Fu wrote in his poem "To the Flower Qing":
Chengdu Mengjiang has a flower Qing.
Tang couplets: The Tang couplets with the surname Hua mainly include: Chengdu Mengjiang (Hua Jingding); Huaiyuan Yinghou (Huayun). Renowned in Chengdu (Flower Jingding); Commonly known as Huaiyuan (Flower Cloud). Yi Luan Bao Gu, fortunate to meet Lei Lao (Hua Yun); Filial daughter represents the guard, willing to change men's clothing (Mulan).
Celebrities: The "Chinese Dictionary of Names" includes 6 cases of Huashi, and the "Chinese Dictionary of Names" includes 9 cases.
The historical celebrity with the surname Hua in the Han Dynasty had Hua Qian; In the Tang Dynasty, there were Hua Jingding, who was appointed as the subordinate general of Cui Guangyuan's army, and Hua Jilu, a member of the warehouse department; In the Ming Dynasty, there were flowers and clouds, people from Huaiyuan; There are flowers again