Italian Surnames

Italian names are used in Italy and other Italian-speaking regions such as southern Switzerland. See also about Italian names.
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EVANGELISTA     Italian
Means "evangelist" in Italian.
FABBRI     Italian
Means "blacksmith", from latin faber.
FABBRO     Italian
Means "blacksmith" in Italian.
FALCO     Italian
Derived from Italian falco "falcon". The name was used to denote either a falconer, a person who resembled a falcon in some way, or a person living on or near Monte Falco in the Appenines.
FARALDO     Italian
From an old German name Farwald, meaning unknown. It is borne in the area of Genoa.
FARINA     Italian
From a nickname indicating somebody who produces "meal" or "flour", that is a miller.
FARRO     Italian
Derived from a location on Sicily, Italy where a wheat called Farro is found.
FATTORE     Italian
From the Italian word fattore meaning "land agent on a farm".
FAUSTI     Italian
From the given name FAUSTO.
FAVA     Italian
From the word fava meaning "broad bean".
FAVERO     Italian
Variant of FABBRO.
FERMI     Italian, Jewish
Locative surname coming from the town of Fermo in Marche region, not far from Rome. It is often a Jewish surname. A Jewish community was in Fermo in the past centuries.
FERRARA     Italian
Variant of FERRARI.
FERRARI     Italian
Occupational name for a metalworker or smith, derived from Latin ferrum meaning "iron", and thus an Italian version of Smith.
FERRARO     Italian
Variant of FERRARI.
FERRERO     Italian
Regional variant of FERRARI. It is typical of the area around Turin.
FERRO     Italian, Portuguese
Meaning "iron" from Latin, comes probably from a nickname for one who worked with iron.
FIERRO     Spanish, Italian
Variant of FERRO.
FILIPPI     Italian
Derived from the given name FILIPPO.
FINI     Italian
From given names ending in fino, such as SERAFINO.
FIORE     Italian
Derived from an old Italian given name Fiore meaning "flower".
FISCELLA (1)     Italian
Derived from the given name Fisco, Fisco being an archaic diminutive of FRANCESCO.
FISCELLA (2)     Italian
Derived from Sicilian fiscella, the word for a basket used to conserve cheese. The name was probably used to denote a person who made cheese.
FONDA     Italian
Originated near Venice in a place called Fonda. It later spread to the area near Trieste, especially in Pirano (Piran now). The family of Henry Fonda came from Holland, but they were of Genoese origin, but most probably their origin was from Venice or Trieste.
FONTANA     Italian
Means "fountain" in Italian.
FORTUNATO     Italian
From the given name FORTUNATO.
FRANZESE     Italian
From a nickname meaning "Frenchman". It is typical of the area of Naples.
FURLAN     Italian
From the name of an Italian region of the northeast Friuli, Italian variant Friulano.
GABRIELLI     Italian
From the given name Gabriello, a variant of GABRIELE (1).
GAGLIARDI     Italian
From the adjective gagliardo meaning "very strong".
GALLO     Italian, Spanish
Means "cock, rooster" from Latin gallus. This was a nickname for a proud person.
GANZA     Italian
From the feminine medieval given name Allegranza or Alleganza. It comes from northern Lombardy.
GARFAGNINI     Italian
From the name of the region in Tuscany near the historical city of Lucca: Garfagnana. A Garfagnino is an inhabitant of this area.
GAROFALO     Italian
From an old given name or nickname, documented in Genoa in 1157 as Garofalus from a regional variant garofalo (see the Italian word garofano "carnation")... [more]
GASPARI     Italian
From the given name GASPARE.
GATTI     Italian
Means "cat" in Italian and originally indicated an agile person.
GENOVESE     Italian
From the name of one of the most important Italian cities Genova (Genoa).
GENTILE     Italian
From a nickname meaning "gentle, kind, noble".
GERMANO     Italian
From the given name GERMANO.
GIANNINO     Italian
Derived from the given name GIANNI.
GIMONDI     Italian
Derived from a given name of Germanic origin, Ginmund. It existed in Lombardy in the 10th century. It is well known because of cyclist Felice Gimondi (1942-).
GIORDANO     Italian
Derived from the given name GIORDANO.
GISMONDI     Italian
From the given name Gismondo, of Germanic origin.
GIÙGOVAZ     Italian
Italianization of the Slavic surname Jugovac which comes from the given name JOACHIM... [more]
GIUNTA     Italian
From the old Italian given name Bonagiunta or Bonaggiunta (aggiungere in Italian means "to add").
GORETTI     Italian
Derived from the given name GREGORIO.
GORI     Italian
Variant of Gregori, from the given name GREGORIO.
GRECO     Italian
Means "from Greece" in Italian.
GRILLO     Italian
From an Italian nickname meaning "cricket", perhaps given originally to a cheerful person (the cricket is associated with cheerfulness). It was documented in Bari in 1151.
GRIMALDI     Italian
From the old Germanic given name Grimaldo. It is the name of the Prince of Monaco, Ranieri II. This noble family came from Genoa.
GRONCHI     Italian
From the Tuscan word gronchio meaning "numb, bent". This is an Italian regional surname typical of Tuscany, namely of the two provinces of Pisa and Firenze... [more]
GUARNERI     Italian
From a given name coming from the Old German name Warinhari (see WERNER).
GUERRA     Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
From a nickname for a belligerent person, one eager to fight, or one engaged in warfare. It means "war".
GUERRIERO     Italian
Italian form of GUERRERO.
GUIDI     Italian
From the given name GUIDO.
GUTTUSO     Italian
From a Sicilian nickname guttusu meaning "sad person". It was name of the famous Italian painter Renato Guttuso (born 1912).
IDONI     Italian
Means "fit, suitable" from the Latin word idoneus.
INNOCENTI     Italian
From a nickname meaning "innocent" in Italian.
LABRIOLA     Italian
Originally indicated a person from the town of Abriola in southern Italy.
LÀCONI     Italian
Sardinian surname from a name of the town Làconi near the city of Nuoro.
LAGANÀ     Italian
Derived from Greek dialects that are spoken in southern Italy, namely in Calabria. It is an occupational surname meaning "greengrocer" (ortolano in Italian)... [more]
LAGOMARSÌNO     Italian
Locative surname of Genoa and surroundings derived from the place name Lagomarsino (near Genoa).
LAGORIO     Italian
From a nickname meaning "green-lizard". This little reptile is respected because it supposedly protects against vipers. The surname is typical of the Genoa region.
LAGUARDIA     Italian
Originally an occupational surname meaning "sentry" or "sentinel". It also had a locative meaning "watchtower". Fiorello Laguardia (1882-1947) was the first mayor of New York of Italian origin.
LAMA     Italian
Derived from the name place Lama, quite common around Italy.
LAMBERTI     Italian
Derived from the given name LAMBERTO.
LAMON     Italian
Locative surname from the name of a village near the city of Belluno. This surname is from the area of Venice.
LANDI     Italian
Derived from the given name Lando (see LANCE).
LANDO     Italian
Variant of LANDI.
LANDOLFI     Italian
From the old Germanic given name Lanawulfa.
LATERZA     Italian
Typical of southern Italy: it comes from the place name Laterza, a town near Taranto in the Puglia region.
LAURITO     Italian
From the name of the town Laurito, near Salerno in the area of Naples.
LAZZARI     Italian
Means "son of LAZZARO".
LECCE     Italian
Originally indicated a person from Lecce, Italy.
LECCESE     Italian
Originally indicated a person from Lecce, Italy.
LEGGIÈRI     Italian
Sicilian surname indicating a "light" person, not serious, superficial.
LÈMMI     Italian
From the given name GUGLIELMO. It is typical of Tuscany.
LEONE     Italian
Derived from the given name LEONE (1).
LEONI     Italian
Variant of LEONE.
LIPPI     Italian
From the given name FILIPPO. It is common in the area of Florence.
LOCATELLI     Italian
From Locatello, a place in Lombardy near the city of Bergamo in Northern Italy.
LOMBARDI     Italian
Originally indicated someone who came from the Lombardy region in Italy. The region got its name from the Lombards, a Germanic tribe who invaded in the 6th century.
LONGO     Italian
Italian cognate of LONG.
LUPO     Italian
From an Italian nickname meaning "wolf".
LUZZATTO     Italian
From Lusatia, a region of northern Germany.
MAESTRI     Italian
Means "master" in Italian.
MAGRO     Italian
From a nickname meaning "thin, lean", ultimately from Latin macer.
MANCINI     Italian
Diminutive of MANCO.
MANCO     Italian
Means "left-handed" in Italian.
MANCUSO     Sicilian
Sicilian variant of MANCO.
MANFREDI     Italian
Derived from the given name MANFREDO.
MANFREDONIA     Italian
Originally indicated a person from Manfredonia, Italy. The city was named for the 13th-century king Manfred of Sicily.
MANTOVANI     Italian
From the name of the city of Mantova in Lombardy.
MARCHEGIANO     Italian
From the name of the Marche region in Italy. It was the real surname of the American boxer Rocky Marciano (1923-1969), who was born Rocco Marchegiano.
MARCHESI     Italian
From the title marchese meaning "marquis".
MARCHETTI     Italian
From a diminutive of the given name MARCO.
MARCHIONI     Italian
From the given name MELCHIOR.
MARCONI     Italian
Derived from the given name MARCO.
MARI     Italian
Aphetic form of ALTIMARI.
MARIA     Italian, Portuguese
From the given the name MARIA.
MARIANI     Italian
From the given name MARIANO.
MARINO     Italian, Spanish
Derived from the given name MARINO.
MARMO     Italian
Means "marble" in Italian.
MARTELLI     Italian
Italian form of MARTEL (1) or MARTEL (2).
MARTINELLI     Italian
From a diminutive of the given name MARTINO.
MASI     Italian
From the given name Maso a short form of TOMMASO.
MASIN     Italian
Venetian variant of MASI.
MAZZA     Italian
From nicknames meaning "maul" or "mallet" in Italian.
MERLO     Italian, Spanish
Means "blackbird", ultimately from Latin merula. The blackbird is a symbol of a naive person.
MESSANA     Italian
From the name of the Sicilian city Messina. The city was named for the original Greek settlers' homeland Messene.
MICHELI     Italian
From the given name MICHELE (1).
MILANI     Italian
Variant of MILANO.
MILANO     Italian
Originally indicated someone who came from MILAN.
MODUGNO     Italian
From the town Modugno, in Apulia in southern Italy. It is the surname of the Italian actor and singer Domenico Modugno (1928-1994), the songwriter of 'Volare'.
MONDADORI     Italian
Means "fleece selector" from Old Italian emendatore. This was an occupational name for someone who chose the best fleeces to be made into wool.
MONDO     Italian
From the given name EDMONDO.
MONTAGNA     Italian
Means "mountain" in Italian.
MONTANA     Italian
Variant of MONTAGNA.
MONTANARI     Italian
Means "from the mountain" in Italian.
MONTE     Italian
Variant of MONTI.
MONTI     Italian
Means "mountain, hill" in Italian.
MORANDI     Italian
From the Italian medieval given name Morando meaning "steadfast".
MORELLO     Italian
Derived from a diminutive of MAURO.
MORETTI     Italian
Derived from a diminutive of the Italian given name MAURO.
MORRA     Italian
Locative surname derived from Morra De Sanctis, a place near Naples, Italy.
MOSCHELLA     Italian
Means "housefly" in Italian, perhaps originally a nickname for an annoying person.
MOSCONI     Italian
From a nickname, a variant of mosca "fly".
MOTTA     Italian
From various names of places around Italy. It is derived from a Gaulish word meaning "hill".
MUGGIA     Italian
Locative surname from the area of Trieste, the capital city of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region. Muggia is a town near the Croatian border.
MURARO     Italian
Occupational name meaning "mason" in Italian.
MURGIA     Italian
From the Sardinian word for "brine" or "pickle".
MURTAS     Italian
From the Sardinian word murta meaning "myrtle". This surname has a locative origin.
NACAR     Italian
Possibly from naccaro "player of the tambourine", which is derived from Arabic naqqara.
NAGGI     Italian
Originally denoted a person from the town of Naggio in Italy.
NAGGIA     Italian
Variant of NAGGI.
NALDI     Italian
From given names like ARNALDO and RINALDO.
NANA     Italian
From a diminutive of GIOVANNI.
NANI     Italian
Variant of NANA.
NANNI     Italian
Variant of NANA.
NANNINI     Italian
From Nanni, a diminutive of the given name GIOVANNI.
NAPOLEONI     Italian
From the medieval given name Napoleone (see NAPOLEON). This name became popular because of Napoleone Buonaparte, also known as Napoléon I, emperor of France.
NAPOLETANI     Italian
Originally indicated a person from Napoli (Naples) in Italy.
NAPOLIELLO     Italian
Originally indicated a person from Napoli (Naples) in Italy.
NARDI     Italian
From the given name Nardo which was originally a short form of names like BERNARDO or LEONARDO.
NARDO     Italian
Variant of NARDI.
NARDOVINO     Italian
Either from NARDI or from the name Ardovino which was derived from the Germanic name Hardwin (hard- "strong" and -win "friend").
NASATO     Italian
Nickname for someone with a prominent nose, from Italian naso "nose".
NASCIMBENE     Italian
Variant of NASCIMBENI.
NASCIMBENI     Italian
From the medieval given name Nascimbene meaning "born well". It is typical of the Venetian region.
NATALE     Italian
From a nickname referring to Christmas. It was originally given to a person who had some connection to the holiday.
NAVE     Italian
From Italian places called Nave.
NAZARIO     Italian
From the given name NAZARIO.
NECCHI     Italian
Either from the given name Nechus (from the Latin word nequus meaning "unjust, unfair") or from a nickname from the archaic Milanese word gnecch meaning "tired".
NEGRI     Italian
Nickname meaning "black" for someone with dark hair or dark skin or such.
NEGRINI     Italian
Variant of NEGRI.
NELLI     Italian
Derived from the given name Nello, a short form of names like Brunello and Lionello.
NENCI     Italian
Means "son of Nencio". Nencio is a Tuscan diminutive of the name LORENZO.
NEPI     Italian
From the town Nepi, which is believed to have been founded by Jewish Italians.
NERI     Italian
From the Italian word nero "black". It indicated a person with a dark complexion or dark hair.
NERONI     Italian
Variant of NEGRINI.
NERVETTI     Italian
Possibly a nickname for an innkeeper, from the archaic Milanese word nervètt, which is a local dish.
NERVI     Italian
From the name of the town Nervi, in Genova.
NESPOLA     Italian
From towns like Nespoli and Nespoledo, from the Italian word nespola meaning "medlar (tree)".
NICASTRO     Italian
From the name of the town Nicastro, near Catanzaro.
NICCHI     Italian
From the Italian word nicchio meaning "shell", possibly a nickname for people related to the sea.
NICODEMO     Italian
Derived from the given name NICODEMO.
NICOLAI     Italian
Means "son of NICOLA (1)".
NICOLOSI     Italian
From the name of the town Nicolosi on Sicily.
NICOSIA     Italian
From the name of the town Nicosia on Sicily.
NICOTERA     Italian
From town names like Marina di Nicotera and Nicotera in Calabria.
NIEDDU     Italian
Nickname meaning "black" from the Sardinian adjective nieddu.
NIERI     Italian
Either a variant of NERI, or from the Italian name RANIERO.
NIGRO     Italian
Variant of NERI.
NISI     Italian
Means "son of Niso", where Niso is from the Greek name Nisus.
NIZZOLA     Italian
From the name of the Italian town Nizzola.
NOSCHESE     Italian
From the name of the town Nusco, near Naples.
NOTARO     Italian
Means "scribe, clerk" from Latin notarius.
NOTORIANO     Italian
Occupational name meaning "scribe".
OBERTI     Italian
Derived from the given name UBERTO.
OBERTO     Italian
Derived from the given name UBERTO.
ONGARO     Italian
Variant of UNGARO.
ORLANDO     Italian
Derived from the given name ORLANDO.
ORSINI     Italian
From a nickname meaning "little bear" in Italian.
PACE     Italian
Derived from the Italian given name Pace which meant "peace".
PADOVAN     Italian
Regional form of PADOVANO.
PADOVANO     Italian
Originally denoted one who came from the city of Padua (Padova) in Italy.
PAGANI     Italian
Variant of PAGANO.
PAGANO     Italian
From the old nickname pagano meaning "pagan" (earlier sense "rustic").
PALLADINO     Italian
From the Italian term palladin meaning "knight".
PALMISANO     Italian
Locative surname from southern Italy. It is from the town of Palmi in the Calabria region.
PALUMBO     Italian
From an old medieval regional nickname palumbo meaning "pigeon". It is typical of southern Italy.
PANZAVECCHIA     Italian
From a nickname meaning "old stomach".
PARISI     Italian
Originally indicated a person from Paris, France.
PARMA     Italian
From the city of Parma, well known in Italy for its artistic beauties.
PARODI     Italian
From the name of a village near Genoa.
PARRI     Italian
From the given name GASPARE.
PARRINO     Italian
From a family word that indicated a "godfather". In Sicily o parrino could be also a "parish priest".
PASSERINI     Italian
From the name of a bird passero, that is "sparrow".
PASTORE     Italian
From the occupation pastore meaning "shepherd" in Italian.
PATERNOSTER     English, French, German, Italian
Occupational name for a maker of rosaries, also called paternosters. They are derived from the Latin phrase pater noster "our Father", the opening words of the Lord's Prayer.
PAVESI     Italian
From the name of the city of Pavia, near Milano in Lombardy, Italy.
PAVONE     Italian
Variant of PAVONI.
PAVONI     Italian
Means "peacock" from Italian pavone. It was originally a nickname for a proud or haughty person.
PECORA     Italian
Occupational name for a shepherd, meaning "flock".
PEDROTTI     Italian
Derived from the given name PIETRO.
PELLEGRINO     Italian
Means "little pilgrim" from Latin peregrinus.
PERUGIA     Italian
From the name of the city of Perugia, near Rome, the regional capital of Umbria.
PESARESI     Italian
From the name of the city of Pesaro, in the Marche region.
PESARO     Italian
From the name of the city of Pesaro, in the Marche region.
PESCE     Italian
Means "fisherman" or "fish-like" from Italian pesce meaning "fish".
PETRI     Italian
Derived from the given name PIETRO.
PHERIGO     Italian
Derived from the given name FEDERICO.
PIAZZA     Italian
Means "plaza" in Italian, indicating that the residence of the original bearer was near the town square.
PICCIRILLO     Italian
Variant of PICCOLI.
PICCOLI     Italian
Nickname for a person who is short, from Italian piccino "small".
PIERNO     Italian
Locative surname derived from the name of the town Pierno in southern Italy near Potenza.
PIETRI     Italian
Derived from the given name PIETRO.
PINI     Italian
Name for a person who lived near a pine tree, from Latin pinus.
PIOVENE     Italian
From the name of the Venetian town of Piovene.
PIRAINO     Italian
Locative origin, derived from the name of a place Piraino, on Sicily.
PISANI     Italian
From the name of the inhabitants of Pisa, one of the most important cities of Tuscany.
PITTALUGA     Italian
Originally a local nickname of somebody who "steals grapes" from vineyards. In Genoa pittà means "to pick" and uga is "grapes" (uva in Italian)... [more]
POGGI     Italian
Means "dweller on a hill(ock)" from Italian poggio.
POGGIO     Italian
Means "dweller on a hill(ock)" from Italian poggio.
POLETTI     Italian
Derived from a diminutive of the given name PAOLO. This surname is typical of northern and central Italy.
PONTECORVO     Italian, Jewish
From the name of a village near Rome, where an Jewish community settled centuries ago.
PORTELLI     Italian
Diminutive form of PORTO.
PORTO     Italian
Designated a person who lived near a harbour, from Italian porto, Latin portus.
PORTOGHESE     Italian
Nickname for a person coming from Portugal.
POTENZA     Italian
From the name of the city of Potenza, the main town of the Basilicata region in Southern Italy.
POZZI     Italian
Locative surname meaning "a well" from Latin puteus. Pozzo as a regional word also means a pond or stagnant water.
PROFETA     Italian
From the Italian word profeta meaning "prophet". It probably came from a nickname indicating a person who wanted to predict the future. It is typical of southern Italy.
PROSDOCIMI     Italian
From the given name Prosdocimo, a medieval given name from the old Greek Prosdokimos.
PROVENZA     Italian
From the name of the region in southern France, Provence (in Italian it is spelled Provenza).
PROVENZANO     Italian
Variant of PROVENZA. This is a regional spelling of southern Italy, namely Sicily and Calabria.
PUGLIESE     Italian
From an adjectival derivative of Puglia, also known as Apulia, a region of southeast Italy containing the boot heel and some of the coastline of the Adriatic Sea... [more]
QUARANTA     Italian
Means "forty". It comes from a nickname.
QUATTROCCHI     Italian
From Italian quattro meaning "four" and occhi meaning "eyes". It is a relatively rare Italian surname, usually found in Sicily.
RAGNO     Italian
From a nickname meaning "spider".
RAIMONDI     Italian
Derived from the given name RAIMONDO.
RAIS     Italian
Occupational name for a ràis, the fisherman who directed the fishing. It is typical of Sicily and Sardinia and probably has Arabic origins.
RANA     Italian, Spanish
Means "frog" in Italian and Spanish.
RANERI     Italian
Derived from the Italian given name RANIERO.
RAO     Italian
Derived from the given name ROLLO.
RAPALLINO     Italian
From the area of Genoa with a locative origin from the town of Rapallo.
RATTI     Italian
Means "rat", originally denoting a sly individual.
RAVENNA     Italian
From the important city of Ravenna, near Bologna, in northern Italy.
    Italian
Means "king" from Latin rex, regis, denoting a person who acted like a king.
RICCHETTI     Italian
Diminutive form of RICCI.
RICCI     Italian
From Italian ricco "curly", a nickname for someone with curly hair.
RIGGI     Italian
From the name of the city Reggio of Calabria.
RIGHI     Italian
From the given name Arrigo (see ARRIGHI).
RINALDI     Italian
Derived from the given name RINALDO.
RIVA     Italian
Means "dweller by a river, lake" from Latin ripa.
RIZZO     Italian
Variant of RICCI.
ROBUSTELLI     Italian
From a nickname indicating a strong person, from the Italian word robusto "strong".
ROCCA     Italian
Locative surname from the name of several places called Rocca spread around Italy.
ROCCHI     Italian
Derived from the given name ROCCO.
ROCCO     Italian
Derived from the given name ROCCO.
ROMA (1)     Italian
Derived from the given name Romanus (see ROMAN).
ROMA (2)     Italian
From the name of the city of Rome, Italy. It described either a person from there or someone who had been there.
ROMAGNA     Italian
From the region of Romagna, on the Adriatic coast of Italy.
ROMAGNOLI     Italian
Diminutive form of ROMAGNA.
ROMANO (1)     Italian
Derived from the given name ROMANO.
ROMANO (2)     Italian
Denoted someone who was from the city of Rome. People surnamed Romano also originated from Rome in Provincia de Foggia on the east coast of Italy.
ROMERO     Italian, Spanish
Derived from Roma, Spanish and Italian name of the city of Rome. It could have originally indicated a person who was from Rome or who took a pilgrimage to Rome.
RONCALLI     Italian
Locative surname, from the names of places like Ronco or Ronchi, quite common in northern Italy. It was the surname of Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli (1881-1963), pope Giovanni XXIII, one of the most the popular popes of the Roman Catholic Church of the last century.
RONCHI     Italian
Locative surname coming from a place called Ronco. It is common in northern and central Italy.
ROSA     Italian, Catalan
Means "rose" from Latin rosa, perhaps denoting a person who lived where roses grew or had a rosy complexion.
ROSSI     Italian
Derived from a nickname for a red-haired person, from Italian rosso, Latin russus.
ROSSINI     Italian
Diminutive form of ROSSI. A famous bearer was the Italian composer Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868).
ROTOLO     Italian
Derived from a nickname indicating an old measure. The word rotolu comes from southern Italian dialects, and is derived from the Arabic or Greek language.
ROVIGATTI     Italian
From the name of the city of Rovigo near Venice.
RUGGERI     Italian
Derived from the given name RUGGERO.
RUSSO     Italian
Variant of ROSSI.
RUSTICI     Italian
From a medieval nickname for a rustic man living in the country.
RUZZIER     Italian
From a dialectal variant of RUGGERO. It is typical of northeastern Italy, the area around Trieste.
SABBADIN     Italian
From sabbato "Saturday", a name for one born on that day of the week.
SACCO     Italian
Means "sack-maker" in Italian.
SALA     Italian, Spanish, Catalan, Romanian
Means "worker at a manor house" from Old French salle.
SALOMON     English, French, Italian, German, Danish, Norwegian, Polish, Jewish, Hungarian
Derived from the given name SALOMON.
SALUCCI     Italian
Means "salt" in Italian.
SALVAGGI     Italian
Italian form of SAVAGE.
SALVAI     Italian
Means "to save" from Italian salvai.
SALVAIL     Italian
Variant of SALVAI.
SALVATICI     Italian
Italian form of SAVAGE.
SALVAY     Italian
Variant of SALVAI.
SANNA (1)     Italian
Means "one with a big protruding tooth".
SANSONE     Italian
Derived from the given name SANSONE.
SANTINI     Italian
Means "little SANTO".
SANTORO     Italian
Means "all saint's day" in Italian, a nickname for one born on that day.
SAPIENTI     Italian
Means "wise" in Latin or Italian, most likely given to someone who was wise or behaved wisely.
SARNO     Italian
Originally denoted a person from Sarno, Italy.
SARTI     Italian
Variant of SARTO.
SARTINI     Italian
Diminutive form of SARTO.
SARTO     Italian
Occupational name meaning "tailor" in Italian, from Latin sartus "to mend".
SAVONA     Italian
From the name of the city of Savona, near Genoa.
SCARPA     Italian
Means "shoemaker" from Italian scarpa meaning "shoe".
SCARSI     Italian
Nickname for a poor or miserly person from Italian scarso "scarse, scant".


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