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According to the ancient Japanese book Nihon Shoki, the name "Nara" derived from the Japanese verb 平す (narasu, “to flatten”). In The Study of Place Names, Kunio Yanagida stated, "Nara stands for flatland."
- Nara, a city in central Japan
- Nara shi
- Nara (city)
- Nara, a prefecture in central Japan
- Nara ken
- Nara (ken, prefecture)
- A surname.
- 奈良県 (Nara ken)
- ^ In September in the tenth year of Emperor Sujin, "then, leading selected soldiers, (the rebels) went forward, climbed Nara-yama (hills lying to the north of Heijō-kyō) and put them in order. Now the imperial forces gathered and flattened trees and plants. Therefore the mountain is called Nara-yama."
- ^ 柳田国男 YANAGIDA Kunio (1936), 『地名の研究』 (The Study of Place Names), 古今書院, pp.217-219
- ^ 1998, NHK日本語発音アクセント辞典 (NHK Japanese Pronunciation Accent Dictionary) (in Japanese), Tōkyō: NHK, →ISBN