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I also listen to the dialects of Kii, Ise, Owari and other dialects connected with it, such as Suzuki, Suzumi, Suzushi, etc., as they were originally born from the curse attached to this pile of rice, Is it correct?


I would like to check again the other day.


Nib the barn


The fact that Mr. Suzuki's real name is Hozumi, that is, that Suzuki is nothing but the ear of rice is a theory that I often hear, but I do not know the source yet.


Anyway, if it was obvious that Nijo had been a place to store rice for a certain period, it would have been far more important than the present in the minds of farmers. Can be estimated first.


However, among the numerous place names today, only the name of one of the widest areas covered, such as Nijo or Myou, has not been able to pass through the word source until now.


I was taught by Prof. Freezer's book that the faith of cereal relics was transmitted to the Nordic and other wheat cultivation zones, and further, Dr. Uno, Dr. Uno's Rice in Malasia In the "Rice of Rituals", I see that even among the rice-growing tribes of the islands of the Southeast of Asia, it was reported that the religious events where the grain mothers produce and raise grain children continue in the lasting place. In this common sense of east and west, I feel that there is something that is not due to chance.


Therefore, it can not be said that there is no inclination to meet with some intentions, but it is possible to think that Niho or Nif Nuwe, etc. were about the birthplace at most.


Although the word Ubya obya is commonly used today, only the word nib is still alive in Kinki and the surrounding land.


This seems to have been accompanied by the practice of returning to the village, mainly due to the first birth of the bride, but when the wind fades away, the mother may come to a happy birth, or go to the parent to show the offspring Things are also called nibbed together from different places.


If you are careful in the dialect, you will still find it, but in the cattle districts of San-in and San-yo, etc., it will be an example of entering or approaching nu that the cow is approaching its baby-bearing period There is also that.


On the other hand, in ancient Japanese, how much the same trace is stored is the next problem.


The first thing that comes to mind is the first record of the generations of the generations, rare ones that are also written as milk parts, and that both mochi and milk are now N consonants, but it has long been a practice to train with Mib or Mibbe ing.


For those who do not transmit the noble bloodlines, it is a part song organized by those who once served in the tribute or those who have an end in it, and hence the name has been kept in the world for a long time , It is usually interpreted and there is no anxieties yet.


There were some difficulties in making the area occupied by any Yayoi club, with only many village names in many states.


Kamo Shingo adult tried to add the place name "Nio" in various parts of east and west to the same example, but Mr. Motoi did not agree first.


As you can see by looking at the whereabouts of the map even now, it seems that there are many too deep mountains, so there would have been no possibility that the new parts would be dispersed, but that there is now a local Kiryu Well, that point was 50 steps and 100 steps.


However, it is known that only Nisyu will ask, so it is known that it is because it is a collection place of Tanto, and there may also be cases where actual mining has been continued, such as the southern part of Ise. I think it is not enough to explain the many names of places in the country.


It was a late thing that certain kanji were given to the place name, and it also had the power of unity again.


He or she is especially careful about the ancient name of Yamada, a great many people in the east, considering that some hidden events before that may have left such similarities in advance.


Island match


Among many rice-growing peoples since ancient times, there is a unity of unmistakeable faith events, some of which carry this into the present century, so there are several other ways to prove it. Not necessarily at the end of the language, to infer this.