The uncle (Tàishū) surname comes from two sources: 1. It is from the surname Ji , and is the descendant of Uncle Kang, the founding father of Weiguo . In spring and autumn, the third son of Wei Wengong, the monarch of Wei Kingdom, was called Ji Yi. In ancient times, brothers ranked by the uncle's season. Ji Yi was called Uncle Yi because she ranked third, and because he was after the royal family, she was called Tai Shu Yi. His offspring descended on the ancestor's second-ranked name and called his uncle's surname. 2, also from the surname of Ji, with the ancestral title as the family name. In the Spring and Autumn Period, Zhengzhuang's public name was Huang Sheng, and his brother, Duan, was sealed in Beijing. He was called the uncle of the capital in the world, and his descendants later named his ancestor by his surname.
Ji Yi (Uncle Yi). From the literature to trace the source, there are two surnames of the uncle's family: one is from the surname of Ji, the descendants of Wei Wengong's son and uncle Yi in the Spring and Autumn Period. uncle. Records in this regard are found in "Source of Surname" and "Dialectic of Surnames of Ancient and Modern Surnames". The second is from the textual research in the "Summary of Surnames", which is also from the surname Ji. In the Spring and Autumn Period, Zheng Zhuanggong's brother Duan was sealed in Beijing, known as the uncle of Beijing. Uncle. The Wei Kingdom during the Zhou Dynasty, located in the current areas of Hebei and Henan, was uncle Kang, the younger brother of King Zhou Wu. The uncle's ancestor, Uncle Yi, is a well-known figure who appeared in the "Biography of the Spring and Autumn Period". Based on this, it is estimated that the history of the uncle's surname is at least 2200 years. Zheng Guo in the Spring and Autumn Period was a son and friend of King Zhou Li. Therefore, regardless of whether the Taishu family originated from the Wei Kingdom or Zheng Kingdom, they were descendants of King Zhou Wen. The descendants of the uncle's family Feng Jiyi (the uncle Yi) is the surname of the uncle 's surname.
The uncle's surname was not included in the top 100 of the 100 surnames on the mainland or in Taiwan. Uncle's surname is rare and originates from the royal family surname. One is from Ji. During the Spring and Autumn Period, the monarch Wei Weigong was the third son of Ming Dynasty, and Wei Wengong was a descendant of the royal family of the Zhou Dynasty. According to the ordering rules of ancient times, the third son should be the word of uncle (in ancient times, the order of brothers, the boss was called Bo, the second, third, and fourth were Zhong, uncle, and quarter respectively). Therefore, the instrument is also called uncle instrument. In order to show respect for the royal family of the Zhou Dynasty, when people call Uncle Yi, the word "Tai" is added, that is, Uncle Yi. The grandson of the uncle Yi, in this capacity as glory, changed his surname to uncle . Later, the title of uncle passed on to the nobility. The third-ranked children of the princely royal family are called uncles, and their descendants have evolved into more and more uncles. The second is from the younger brother of Zhengzhuang in the Spring and Autumn Period. He is also the descendant of the royal family of the Zhou Dynasty Ji. It was sealed by the capital, and everyone called it the uncle of the capital. His offspring took the word uncle as his surname. The uncle looked out of Dongping County (today in Dongping and Tai'an, Shandong Province). This surname gradually became rare after Qin and Han Dynasty.
Mingjian Hall: Mingjian means to see clearly like a mirror and see far. In the Spring and Autumn Period, after Wei Xiangong was expelled from the country, he sent someone to negotiate with Ning Xi, asking for his return, and Ning Xi agreed to him. Tai Shuyi said: "Mr. Ning treats the monarch and is not yet a chess player. If the chess player is undecided, he won't win. Besides, you treat the monarch as a chess piece and oust him today, and promise him to come back tomorrow. It seems Mr. Ning's defeat is inevitable. "Not long after, Ning Xi was killed. Called Taishu Yiming Jian. The uncle's name is "Ming Jian Tang".
Uncle Yi: In the ancient Spring and Autumn Period, a descendant of the royal family of the Zhou Dynasty called Ji Yi, Ji Yi ranked third, that is, the third son of Wei Wengong Ji destroyed. In ancient times, the order of brothers was called the boss, the second is called the middle, the third is called the uncle, and the fourth is called the quarter. Ji Yi is the third child and is called Shu Yi. The surname of Ji originated from the royal family of the Zhou Dynasty (King Zhou Wen called Ji Chang and Zhou Wu King called Ji Fa ), so when an outsider called Uncle Yi to show respect, he called his uncle Yi. The descendants of Taishuyi are honored as their ancestors, and have surnamed Taishu for generations.
Uncle Duan: Spring and Autumn Zheng Guoren . Also known as Gongshu Duan, Zheng Wugong's youngest son and Zhuang's younger brother. Mother-in-law wants to be a prince, Wu Gong is not allowed. After the defeat, he committed suicide. In ancient times, such an honorable title as uncle was commonly used to refer to the third-ranked son of the nobility of the king, and it may also be used by his descendants to evolve into a surname . Seen in ancient books in the Spring and Autumn Period, Zheng Guoguo was an uncle from Beijing. He was also the descendant of the Zhou Dynasty Ji family , named Duan, and was sealed in Beijing. His descendants took the word "uncle" from the uncles in Beijing as his surname.