||Re: Angelo-Saxon to Italian forms
||Sagani (guest, 220.127.116.11)
||July 18, 2004 at 2:52:41 AM
||Angelo-Saxon to Italian forms by Parker
Many italian have derived from old german names.
Alberto (Albert) fas given surnames like: Alberti, Albertini o Berti.
Amerigo (german Amalrik), the first name of Amerigo VESPUCCI, the explorer from who the name America comes has derivation like Amerighi,
Enrico (Henry): Righi, Righetti, Ricotti
Riccardo (Richard): Riccardi, Cardi, Cardini
Latin first names:
Marino: has derivations like Marini, Marinelli
Martino (Martin) has Martini, in English Martin, and Martinelli
Maurizio (Maurice) has the italian form Maurizi and the English Morris.
Benedetto has english surnames like Bennet and italian variant like
Benedetti or Di Benedetto
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