Zhuge in Chinese, Jegal in Korean, or Morokuzu in Japanese is a compound surname in East Asia. It is ranked 314th in Hundred Family Surnames in China. The surname has often been synonymous with wisdom in Chinese culture, due to the fame of Zhuge Liang.
Zhuge in regular script
|Language(s)||Chinese or Korean|
|Meaning||"Many kudzu plants"|
According to the statistics, in 2018, there are around 16000 Chineses who have last names Zhuge.
List of notable peopleEdit
- Zhuge Feng (諸葛豐; fl. 1st century BC), Western Han dynasty official
- Zhuge Gui (諸葛珪; fl. 2nd century AD), Eastern Han dynasty official
- Zhuge Xuan (諸葛玄; died 197), Zhuge Gui's cousin, Eastern Han dynasty official
- Zhuge Jin (諸葛瑾; 174–241), Zhuge Gui's first son, Eastern Wu general of the Three Kingdoms period
- Zhuge Liang (諸葛亮; 181-234), Zhuge Gui's second son, Shu Han statesman and military strategist of the Three Kingdoms period
- Zhuge Jun (諸葛均; fl. 2nd and 3rd centuries AD), Zhuge Gui's third son, Shu Han official
- Zhuge Dan (諸葛誕; died 258), Zhuge Jin and Zhuge Liang's cousin, Cao Wei general of the Three Kingdoms period
- Zhuge Xu (諸葛緒; fl. 255–260s), Cao Wei official
- Zhuge Chong (諸葛沖), Zhuge Xu's son, Western Jin dynasty official.
- Zhuge Changmin (諸葛長民; died 413), Eastern Jin dynasty general
- Zhuge Shuang (諸葛爽; died 886), Tang dynasty general
- Jaegal Sung-yeol (諸葛成烈; born 1970), former speed skater