Xiahou

Xiahou (Chinese: 夏侯; pinyin: xiàhóu) is a Chinese compound surname from the Spring and Autumn Period. After Qi was destroyed by Chu, Lord Jian of Qi's younger brother fled to Lu. Lord Dao of Lu granted him land and created him Marquee Xiahou, after Yu the Great's dynastic name, Xiayu (夏禹).

Xiahou is a rare compound surname. Beijing, Shanghai, Ji'an (Jiangxi), Pingxiang, Xingguo, Taiyuan (Shanxi), Jinzhong, and Taichung (Taiwan) are some of the places where this surname can be found today.

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Xiahou Xuan - Relatives
... He was the son of Xiahou Shang ... Xiahou Xuan's mother was Cao Shuang's aunt (徳陽郷主 the sister of Cao Zhen), and thus Xiahou Xuan was close to Cao Shuang's faction ... Xiahou Xuan has a sister Xiahou Hui, the wife of the Sima Shi ...
Cheng Kuang - In Romance of The Three Kingdoms - Chapter 70
... Xiahou De (夏侯德), Xiahou Yuan's nephew ... Liu Bei's forces set fire to his camp and Xiahou De was slain by Liu's general Yan Yan while he was busy putting out the flames ...
Lady Xiahou Hui
... Xiahou Hui (211–234), formally known as Empress Jinghuai(景懷皇后), was a noble of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history ... She was the daughter of Xiahou Shang and the sister of Xiahou Xuan ... Xiahou bore five daughters and no sons with Sima Shi ...
Xiahou He
... Xiahou He was an official of Cao Wei during the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history ... Xiahou was the seventh son of the famous general Xiahou Yuan ... It is known that Xiahou He was a very eloquent speaker very well versed in the art of war ...
Famous People With The Surname Xiahou
... Xiahou Ying Renowned early Han official, rose to the rank of Minister Coachman Xiahou Shichang Han Dynasty official, esteemed by Emperor Wudi, rose to ... Xiahou Xuan Late Eastern Han Dynasty metaphysician, minister of Cao Wei Cao Cao: Originally surnamed Xiahou, founder of Cao Wei Xiahou Dun General of Cao ... Xiahou Shen Tang Dynasty Imperial Censors, for one of the Ten Great Talents of the Tang Dynasty ...