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Means "wise" in Latin or Italian, most likely given to someone who was wise or behaved wisely.
Occupational name meaning "tailor" in Italian, from Latin sartus
Means "shoemaker" from Italian scarpa
Nickname for a poor or miserly person from Italian scarso
From Sicilian sciarra
meaning "quarrel, dispute", originally a nickname for a quarrelsome person.
Originally indicated a person from Selmone (Sulmona), Italy.
SINAGRA (2) Italian
Derived from the given name Xenagoras
which means "strange honour" from Greek xenos
"strange" and geras
From Italian soldato
meaning "soldier". It is an occupational surname.
From names of Italian places like Somma Lombardo or Somma Vesuviana.
From a nickname meaning "deaf" (sordo
From the place name Soriano. It is typical of southern Italy.
Means "armorer, swordsman" from the Late Latin spatha
Usually considered to be derived from the Greek dialects of Southern Italy... [more]
Means "dweller by the thorn bushes" from Latin spina
From the old given name Stabile
which means "stable, firm in faith".
Locative surname derived from the place name Stilo in southern Italy.
From a nickname tàfano
meaning "gadfly", indicating an annoying person.
Locational name that designated those who came from Taranto, a city in southeast Italy... [more]
From the place name Taverna, common in different parts of Italy.
Occupational surname meaning "weaver", ultimately from Latin texarius
Means "clean-shaven", usually denoting a younger man, from Latin tonsus
From a nickname indicating a "stubborn person".
From the place name Trucco (near Genoa) or Trucco di Miola (near Turin)... [more]
Derived from the Sardinian tordo
Means "cow" in Italian, originally denoting a person who worked with cattle.
Locative surname, derived from one of the many towns of this name in Italy.
From the name of the historical Italian city Ventimiglia, now near the French border.
From the name of the city of Verona, one of the most important historical cities of northern Italy.
From the name of many villages in Italy, their names all derived from Latin vicus
VINCI (1) Italian
From the given name VINCENTE
, or from other old compound names that began with Vinci-
, such as Vinciguerra
, or Vincimala
VINCI (2) Italian
Locative surname from Vinci near Florence, the native village of Leonardo da Vinci.
ZAMBRANO (2) Italian
Possibly a habitational name for someone from Zammaro, part of San Gregorio d'Ippona in Vibe Valentia province.
Means "(son of) a shoemaker" from the Medieval Greek tsangaris
Means "hoe, mattock" from Italian zappa
, probably denoting an agricultural worker... [more]
ZINO Italian < Previous Page
Derived from the given name Zino
, a nickname for many names ending with -zino
, for example Bonifazzino