『青空文庫』にある作品を『Google Translate』で英訳してみました。



Therefore, it was the order to make a distinction of the kind again by the embryological method.


It is not limited to the occurrence of a place name alone, but the use of a name of an object is roughly the same as the chest of the other person, even when it does not lie in front of the eye and it can be expressed with a finger and a jaw. It begins with the need to draw.


Cultivation was the last one with the same name of use, as well as the place of occupation being devoted to that of use, and the oldest was probably a transit trip.


Place names for occasional harvesting and capture would have occurred later than that.


The process of increasing the name of a place can be inferred from this direction as well, but at the same time it was also the reason why the distribution of words gradually shifted from the national one to the local one. It is not impossible to let each of us tell us about its history.


For example, some of the Kanji characters for Toho and Yamabano appearing in Kyoto literature are still accepted as standard words, but these are all unexpectedly early, and It shows that the local people did not request precise local place names.


Following that, I was optimistic that Japanese geographers thought that they could explain their academic fields only with these documentary terms. It was concluded that it was quite necessary even in.


The most preserved records of geographic nouns are "Shinsenjikyo", "Wainajujusho", and "Irohajisho", which are later than Oita, and are almost extant. It seems to be slamming the number of standard words, but as you can tell by weighing this out, more than two-thirds of them are simple names of places of use, that is, as a distant goal or for traffic. It has become a hot topic for travelers due to the difficulty of the.


The actual land users, and especially the most cultivated settlers, had to devise their terms outside this vocabulary.


It is also necessary for the so-called dialect swordsman to be lightly dismissed, and it has become even more difficult for us to compete in the nations, which makes our place names even more troublesome.


So in the first set of classifications, I first tried to consider the individual uses of some of the most common topographical words and the names of the places with which they were associated.


It can be said that the place names with the words mountain, oka, valley, swamp, field, hara, etc. underneath were almost all existing before the development, but there are many actual examples among them, and the meaning is significant. The word "field" seems to have changed significantly.


As a result of addressing the word Kanji in the Chinese language, it is now understood as a flat lowland, but "no" is a rather unusual terrain for China, and it is actually difficult to select a transliteration. It was a word.


As you can see from the place names of Hida/Echizen's Ono-gun, the former Ono-gun of Mino and Kaga, and then Ohno-gun of Oita Prefecture, the Hida/Echizen districts that have taken the Hakusan vocabulary, and also the flower arrangement and bone tiles. Just as there are people who say the moon is no, the original word for no was Japanese, which means the foothills of the mountain and the gently sloping zone.


It is a unique terrain that cannot be seen unless it is an island country with the most active volcanic activity and the most abundant precipitation, and conquering this and establishing a village and building a house is another characteristic of our society. It was


That's why there are big and small place names such as Noguchi and Irino in the mountainous highlands, and trying to solve this in the current sense of the field makes it incomprehensible.


I don't know if Ohno became a place name because I couldn't open it for a long time, but the terrain called Ono, which is in conflict with this, was the place where the most immigrants could easily open.


Ono is the most widely distributed place name in all Japan, and there are two old and new origins, and I think that it belongs to the Tohoku region or is new, but there are many old Ono west of the central part.


When I went to the border between Suo and Nagato, there was Sawa and Yomitan in other regions.


Then there are some Ono around Kinki region, especially around Kyoto in Yamashiro.