Southeast of Zaozhuang and Tengxian County, Shandong Province
First, from the surname. Take 谥 as the name. According to the "Yuanhe Surname Compilation" and "Tongzhi · Clan slightly · Yi as the clan", in the Spring and Autumn Period, Qin Mu ruled Xi Rong, and his nickname was "Miao" (same as "mother"). The pronunciation is "wonderful".
The surname of Miao originates from the surname of Xun. In the Spring and Autumn Period, the Qin State-owned Qin Mugong (Qin Miaogong) was one of the Five Bulls of the Spring and Autumn Period . Qin Mugong was originally named Ren Hao. After his reign for thirty-nine years, his posthumous nickname was "Miao". Because of the homophonic characters "Miao" and "Mu" in ancient times, Qin Mugong often wrote Qin Mugong. His sons and daughters took his nickname as his surname and called it the Miao surname. Qin Mugong was very capable, but at that time Qin Guo believed in force and did not like the rule of civilization, and many of the rules governing the country were not civilized. For example, when Qin Miao Gong died, the three most famous sages in his country were buried, thinking that those who accompanied him during his life would also accompany him when he died. Confucius was very opposed to this kind of thing. After Qin Shihuang laid down the river and mountains, he burned the book and Confucianism because the ideal of Confucianism to govern the country was different from what he thought. The descendants of Miao's descendants, Qunmiao (Mu), are the first parents of Miao.