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Surname Hayashi

Family name Hayashi (林 China United States, ハヤシ Japan, Hayashi Japan Brazil United States China) , around the world, is an extremely common surname. Last name Hayashi is characteristic to Eastern Asia, particularly China, where it is a very common surname. Very seldom, Hayashi is the forename as well as a last name.

Transliterations and variants of Hayashi

VARIANTCOUNTRY
United States, China
ハヤシ Japan
Hayashi United States, Japan, China, Brazil
Хаяси Russia

Last names said to be same

Haya, Hayasi, Imu, Lam, Lim, Lin, Lum, Lâm, Lìng, Lín, Lîm, Mori, Rimu, Shige, Shigeru, Shin, Sige, Sigeru, Sin, Yau, Šin, Лин, Линь, Лінь, Мори, Морі, Сигэру, Син, Хайя, Хаяши, Хаяші, ליין, לין, מורי, لين, موري, ইমু, রিমু, লিন, ฮายาชิ, แซ่หลิน, しげ, しげる, モリ, モーリ, リン, , 林氏, , 母里, 毛利, and

Notable namesakes

林山主 (b. 749) link
Hayashi Hidesada Japanese samurai, Japan (b. 1450) link
picture of Hayashi Razan Hayashi Razan Hayashi Razan Japanese philosopher, Japan (b. 1583) link
Yoshiyuki Mori (b. 1494) link
Sōni Rin Japan (b. 1498) link
Yoshikatsu Hayashi (b. 1534) link
هایاشی میچی‌تومو (b. 1516) link
Мори, Ёсиюки (b. 1518) link
Katsuyoshi Hayashi (b. 1550) link
picture of Hayashi Gahō Hayashi Gahō Hayashi Gahō Japanese philosopher, Japan (b. 1618) link
Hayashi Rigen Japan (b. 1565) link
林通政 (b. 1550) link
Yoshitaka Mori (b. 1552) link
Hayashi Monnyusai Japan (b. 1583) link
picture of Hayashi Hōkō Hayashi Hōkō Hayashi Hōkō Japanese philosopher, Japan (b. 1644) link
Nagatakashi Mori samurai (b. 1566) link
Ujinaga Mori samurai (b. 1567) link
林景福 (b. 1578) link
林勝久 (b. 1581) link
Мори, Ёсидзуми (b. 1585) link
森成正 (b. 1587) link
picture of Hayashi Ryūkō Hayashi Ryūkō Hayashi Ryūkō Japanese philosopher, Japan (b. 1681) link
Shigemasa Mori (b. 1593) link
森正信 (b. 1599) link
Masanori Mori (b. 1601) link
森壽庵 Tokugawa Shogunate (b. 1602) link
Hayashi Monnyu Japan (b. 1640) link
森長継 (b. 1610) link
Dōei Hayashi (b. 1640) link
Мори, Мицунобу (b. 1620) link
森正方 (b. 1625) link
picture of Hayashi Hōkoku Hayashi Hōkoku Hayashi Hōkoku Japanese philosopher, Japan (b. 1721) link
Tadatsugu Mori Tokugawa Shogunate (b. 1637) link
Mori Sōiken One of the leaders of Shimabara Rebellion, Japan (b. 1650) link
Мори, Нагатакэ (b. 1645) link
picture of Hayashi Shihei Hayashi Shihei Hayashi Shihei samurai, Japan (b. 1738) link
Мори, Нагатоси (b. 1649) link
Mori Shōken (b. 1653) link
森三隆 (b. 1659) link
Hayashi Inchomonnyu Japan (b. 1690) link
Mori Naganao daimyo who ruled the domain of Nishi-Ebara Domain and Akō Domain, Japan (b. 1672) link
Хаяси, Бокунюмонню Japan (b. 1670) link
picture of Hayashi Hōtan Hayashi Hōtan Hayashi Hōtan Japanese philosopher, Japan (b. 1761) link
Мори, Наганари (b. 1671) link
森衆利 (b. 1673) link
Hayashi Monrimonnyu Japan (b. 1707) link
picture of Hayashi Jussai Hayashi Jussai Hayashi Jussai Japanese scholar, Japan (b. 1768) link
林玄悦門入 Japan (b. 1678) link
Masanori Mori (b. 1681) link
Naganori Mori (b. 1687) link
picture of Hayashi Kinpō Hayashi Kinpō Hayashi Kinpō Tokugawa Shogunate (b. 1767) link
Мори, Нагатака (b. 1694) link
Мори, Наганари (b. 1698) link
Hayashi Tennyumonnyu Japan (b. 1730) link
Kinsai Mori Tokugawa Shogunate (b. 1701) link
picture of Hayashi Teiu Hayashi Teiu Hayashi Teiu Japanese calligrapher, Japan (b. 1793) link
Hayashi Ryūtan Japanese philosopher, Japan (b. 1744) link
森政房 (b. 1710) link
森利真 (b. 1711) link
picture of Hayashi Akira Hayashi Akira Hayashi Akira Japanese scholar-diplomat, Japan (b. 1801) link
森可敦 Tokugawa Shogunate (b. 1716) link
Мори, Тосинобу (b. 1726) link
Hayashi Monetsu Japan (b. 1756) link
Mori Shūhō painter, Tokugawa Shogunate (b. 1738) link
森忠洪 (b. 1728) link
Mori Ransai painter, Tokugawa Shogunate (b. 1740) link
picture of Hayashi Tomoyuki Hayashi Tomoyuki Hayashi Tomoyuki Japanese politician, Japan (b. 1823) link
林佑元門入 Japan (b. 1733) link
Hachiemon Hayashi (b. 1767) link
Mori Sosen Japanese artist, Japan (b. 1747) link
Hayashi Gembi Japanese Go player, Japan (b. 1778) link
Jikkō Hayashi painter, Tokugawa Shogunate (b. 1778) link
picture of Hayashi Sōken Hayashi Sōken Hayashi Sōken Japanese confusious of Edo period, Japan (b. 1828) link
picture of Hayashi Gakusai Hayashi Gakusai Hayashi Gakusai Japanese writer, Japan (b. 1833) link
picture of Mori Ippō Mori Ippō Mori Ippō Tokugawa Shogunate (b. 1798) link
Toshitsugu Mori (b. 1750) link
Tadaoki Mori (b. 1752) link
picture of Hayashi Yūzō Hayashi Yūzō Hayashi Yūzō Japanese politician, Japan (b. 1842) link
picture of Kenkai Hayashi Kenkai Hayashi Kenkai Hayashi Japanese military personnel, Japan (b. 1844) link
Hayashi Tetsugenmonnyu Japan (b. 1785) link
Hayashi Oen Japanese scholar, Japan (b. 1797) link
Мори, Тадасукэ (b. 1758) link
picture of Hayashi Tadataka Hayashi Tadataka Hayashi Tadataka Japanese noble, Japan (b. 1848) link
picture of Attilio Mori Attilio Mori Attilio Mori Kingdom of Italy (b. 1810) link
picture of Hayashi Tadasu Hayashi Tadasu Hayashi Tadasu Japanese diplomat, Japan (b. 1850) link
picture of Tadamasa Hayashi Tadamasa Hayashi Tadamasa Hayashi art dealer, Japan (b. 1853) link
picture of Mori Kansai Mori Kansai Mori Kansai Tokugawa Shogunate (b. 1814) link
Mori Tetsuzan Japanese artist, Japan (b. 1775) link
Hayashi Yasusada samurai, Japan (b. 1806) link
森快温 (b. 1769) link
picture of Мори, Сюнто Мори, Сюнто Мори, Сюнто Japan (b. 1819) link
picture of Hayashi Gonsuke Hayashi Gonsuke Hayashi Gonsuke Japanese noble, Japan (b. 1860) link
Hayashi Dōkai Japanese samurai and doctor, Tokugawa Shogunate (b. 1813) link
Hayashi Hakueimonnyu Japan (b. 1805) link
Hayashi Kakuryō (b. 1806) link
Ryōsai Hayashi (b. 1807) link
Mori Gyokusen painter, Tokugawa Shogunate (b. 1792) link
Yūzō Hayashi (b. 1813) link
picture of Mineo Hayashi Mineo Hayashi Mineo Hayashi (b. 1864) link
picture of Hirotarō Hayashi Hirotarō Hayashi Hirotarō Hayashi Japanese teacher, Japan (b. 1874) link

Characteristic forenames

Toshio, Shigeru, Yoshio, Kazuo, Kenji, Shigeo, Masao, Hideo, Yukio, and Koji