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Derived from the Latin given name Abandonato
which means "forsaken".
Means "little priest, abbot" from the Italian abate
and the diminutive suffix -elli
Derived from the Latin given name Abellio
which was the name of a Pyrenean god in the Roman times.
Means "axe man", derived from the Italian accia
Means "son of Acconcio", from the Latin name Acconcius
Means "son of Accorso", from the medieval name (Bon)accurso
meaning "(good) aid".
Means "son of Accoso", from the Latin name Accosius
Possibly from the Latin surname Acone
, which came from the toponym Portus Acone in Bitinia (in nowadays Turkey).
Means "water" in Italian, indicating one who dwelt by or transported water.
Perhaps means "punctual or fast person" from the Italian adesso
"now, at this moment".
Either from place names like Baraggia
or variants, or more plausibly from the Germanic name Aggiuo
From place names like Agliè, Aglietti, Agliana and Agliate, all originating from the Latin name Allius
Means "lamb" from the Late Latin agnellus
, denoting a pious or timid person.
Nickname for someone very devoted or someone wearing a Benedictian amulet called an agnusdei
(which means "lamb of God" in Latin).
From the Latin agrestis
"rural, rustic" or agresta
From place names like Aielli, Aiello Calabro, Aiello del Friuli, Aiello del Sabato and many others... [more]
Originally denoted a person from Aieta, Italy, a place name derived from Greek aetos
From the name of the Spanish region Aragon, which was a medieval kingdom.
From the Italian albero
meaning "tree" (ultimately from Latin arbor
), referring to someone who lived in the woods or someone who chopped trees.
Means either "son of Aldebrando" or "son of Altebrando", Germanic names, the first composed of alda
"wise" and brand
"burning sword" and the latter of alt
"old" and brand... [more]
Derived from the Italian given name Alduino
, from the Germanic name Aldwin
, composed of ald
"strong" and win
From the given name Adalferio
, Germanic in origin, composed of either adal
"noble" and fadan
"to travel" or adal
Means "son of Aliprando". The given name Aliprandus
was borne by a saint.
From an Italian nickname derived from allegro
meaning "quick, lively".
From the Latin name Amellus
, coming from the name of a flower.
AQUINO Spanish, Italian
From the name of an Italian town near Rome: Aquino, the native town of San Tommaso d'Aquino (Saint Thomas Aquinas)... [more]
Means "son of Arnolfo" from the given name Arnolfus
, probably Germanic.
Means "son of Arnone" from the medieval name Arnone
From Southern Italy, it derives (like all the surnames with an accent on the final a
) from Greek dialects of Calabria or Sicily... [more]
Means "public bath house attendant" from the Latin balnea
Means "son of Bandone" from the medieval name Bandone
, meaning "sheet of iron".
From the title of barone
"baron", derived from the Germanic baro
Derived from the place name Bassano, multiple villages in Italy.
Nickname for a person who is rather short, from Latin bassus
Means "son of Bellino". From the Italian name Bello
Means "son of Bellomo", a given name composed of bellus
meaning "beautiful man".
Means "son of Benenato", given name derived from Latin bene
meaning "born good".
From a Germanic given name derived from the elements blanc
meaning "white" and hard
Means "white" from Italian bianco
and originally given to a person who was white-haired or extremely pale.
From the name of the city of Bologna, one of the most important Italian cities.
Venetian regional surname derived from the name of the town of Bondeno, near the well known city of Ferrara, belonging to the district of Rovigo.
Locative origin, from the place name Borgo
, which is quite common in Italy.
From nickname derived from the Piedmontese dialect word borgno
meaning "blind in one eye" or "squinting"... [more]
Derived from an Italian nickname meaning "bull, ox".
Locative surname from the Italian town Brembilla (near Milano).
Means "brown" in Italian, a nickname for a person with brown hair or brown clothes.
BUSTO Spanish, Italian
Of locative origin, from the name of towns in Spain and Italy (there are two near Milan in northern Italy: Busto Arsizio and Busto Garolfo, colloquially called Busto Grande "large Busto" and Bustino "little Busto")... [more]
From the place name Caiazzo
, a little city near Naples.
Occupational name from the Sicilian càjitu
"official" or "leader", ultimately from Arabic qāḍī
Locative surname from the town of Caivano in the province of Casserta near Naples.
Originally given to a person from the region of Calabria in southern Italy.
From a Latin word meaning "bell". It generally derives from a nickname.
CAPELLO (2) Italian
Nickname for a trickster, from the Italian word capello
(meaning "trick"), which derives from the Latin word capullum
CAPELLO (3) Spanish, Catalan, Italian
"chapel", a place name for someone who lived by a chapel or an occupational name for someone who worked in one.
Name for someone from San Pietro di Caridà, a place near Reggio Calabria in Italy.
Derived from the given name Cino
, a short form of names ending in Cino
From the name of a town Cisternino, near the city of Bari in southern Italy.
Derived from Italian columba
meaning "dove", given to a dove keeper.
COMO (2) Italian
From Como, a city of Lombardy, the rival city of Milano during the Middle Ages.
Derives mostly from names of places typical of northern Italy, especially Lombardy... [more]
From Italian corte
meaning "court", a locative surname.
Nickname from the name of the bird corvo
, Italian for "crow".
Derived from the Italian word cracchiola
, a chicory-like vegetable.
From the name of a city in Lombardy, northern Italy: Crema (near Cremona).
Locative surname that derives from the Italian city of Cremona, south of Milan, in Lombardy... [more]
Locative surname coming from names of places like Crocette
, in which the main word is croce
Means "little kitchen", derived from the word cucina
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Means "of love", perhaps a nickname for an illegitimate child.