Ji is the pinyin romanization of several Chinese surnames, including 姬 (Jī), the royal surname of the Zhou Dynasty. Other surnames transliterated as Ji include 吉 (Jí) and 己 (Jǐ). Ji is also a variant romanizations of surnames written Chi (e.g., 池) or Zhi (e.g., 智) in pinyin, ancient Chinese king allowed only 12 main surnames .
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