Tianshui County, Gansu, Taiyuan County, Shanxi.
1. Originated from You, the mother of Di, the ancestor of the Shang Dynasty, who belonged to the ancestor's name. 2. Derived from the surname of Dai, from the Di ethnic group of the northern peoples in the late Shang and early Zhou Dynasty, belonging to the clan name. 3. Derived from the surname of Jiang , from the descendant of Emperor Feng Yan of the Western Zhou Dynasty, Shen Lushi in Dicheng, belonging to the country name. 4. Derived from the official position, from the two-week period official Di, who belongs to the official title. 5. Derived from the surname of Ji , from the divinatory artisan of the Lu Kingdom in the Spring and Autumn Period, belonging to the ancestor name. 6. Originated from the Huns, from the Hui nationality in the northwest of the Tang Dynasty , belonging to the emperor's family name. 7. Originated from the Khitan tribe , it was from the Liao National General Yelu Hexu in the Five Dynasties, belonging to the emperor's family name. 8. Originated from other ethnic minorities, and belongs to Hanization and changed the surname to the last name.
Di is a typical multi-ethnic, multi-source surname. It has not entered the top 300 surnames in mainland China and Taiwan Province. Di's origins in northern China, mainly distributed in Liyang, Shandong, Liaoning, Jilin and Heilongjiang provinces. Because Di is a relatively rare surname among Chinese surnames , relevant historical records are rare, and the statement is not uniform.
Di, in ancient times, was a general name for northern minorities. During the Shang dynasty , the Di people moved around Gansu, Shaanxi, and Inner Mongolia in Ningxia. When the ancestors of the Zhou Dynasty , when their father was the head of the ancient public altar, developed farming in Shaanxi (Xunyi, Shaanxi, China), often invaded by the surrounding Dai and Di people, they moved to Zhouyuan (Qishan, Shaanxi, China) Later, it developed into Zhou Kingdom . After his son Ji Li took office, he defeated the invasion of the Dai and Di ethnic groups, and Zhou became stronger gradually. At that time, there were many Di tribes, of which Chi Di, Bai Di and Chang Di were the best. Chidi, the surname of Qiang , was in the northwestern part of Yin and the Western Zhou Dynasty. At that time, it was also called Guifang ( Guifang is the name of the Yinzhou tribe). Various historical books have recorded the Yin Zhou's attack on the Guifang. At the beginning of the Spring and Autumn Period, Chi Di came out of the Qin and Jin dynasties and entered Jin, and built a "group nation" according to Taihang. Its power was flourishing. Later, it destroyed the Penal State (Xingtai, Hebei, China) and the Wei Kingdom (China). Qi County, Henan Province). It was the post-Di people who disturbed Zhou and Jin in the west, and led a collusion with Prince Zhou to drive King Zhou Xiang out of the capital. Jin Wengong sent troops to the King, defeated the Di Division, and killed his uncle. Di Naidong crossed the Yellow River, entered Shandong, Henan, and invaded Song, Wei, Qi, and Lu. After the internal division of Chidi, it declined and was expelled by neighboring countries. Bai Di originally lived in the Yongzhou area with Qin. In the west of Jin Dynasty , he later gradually moved to Jindong and Luxi, and established a number of small countries. Among them, the three countries of central Hebei, Fei, Gu and Xianyu were the largest. At the end of the Spring and Autumn Period, Xianyu was renamed Zhongshan. During the Warring States Period, it became the country of Qiancheng, which was also the king at the same time with Yan, Zhao, and Han. The relics unearthed from the tomb of King Zhongshan and the ruins of the National Capital of Zhongshan unearthed in Pingshan County, Hebei in the 1970s, indicate that the Di people were integrated into the Chinese culture at that time. In the Han Dynasty , Zhidi Dao (Dao is also a county, also known as Taoism of ethnic minorities) belonged to Longxi County. Named after the Dijue tribe. The Jin Dynasty was changed to Wushi County. Sui Fu is Di Dao and belongs to Lanzhou. Tang Tianbao set up Didao County for three years. The old city is now in Lintong County, Gansu. In the first millennium BC, the Di people have been active in Shaanxi, Gansu, Ningxia, Ordos, Inner Mongolia, and Henan, Hebei, Shanxi, and western Shandong. It disappeared after AD. Although Di and Di were not directly related, Zhou Cheng and Wang Di were definitely related to the strong Di at that time. According to the records of the Di genealogies repaired by Jiawu (1534 AD) of the Ming Jiajing period: "Liangong ( Di Renjie ) is from Taiyuan, and Di of my county is moved from Taiyuan to Fujian and from Tai to Fujian. "Population" (revised in 1925) records: Di Ying, the word Tianxiu, followed the Song Gaozong Nandu, Ju Xianliang Founder , served as the Deputy Envoy of Jiangsu and Zhejiang Provinces, came from Lin'an, opened the city of Puyang. Diyang ancestor also.