Italian Submitted 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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DE MARNIItalian
From Italy, most likely Northern Italy. One theory is that De Marni or a similar sounding name was the name of an orphanage, but it's origin is unknown.
DEPIETRIItalian
The distinguished surname Depietri can be traced back to the ancient and beautiful region of Piedmont. Although people were originally known only by a single name, it became necessary for people to adopt a second name to identify themselves as populations grew and travel became more frequent... [more]
DEROSAItalian
Variation of de Rosa. Southern Italian metronymic from the female personal name Rosa, from rosa ‘rose’.
DI'BONARIASardinian (Rare)
(Our Lady of Bonaria) Also known as Blessed Virgin Mary located in Cagliari, Italy... Di meaning (of) and Bonaria meaning "Good Natured". Last name given to honor Our Lady of Bonaria.
DI CESAREItalian
Means "(son) of Cesare".
DIDONATOItalian
Combination of the prefix Di and the name Donato.
DIFANOItalian
Rare Italian surname that comes from the city of Isola di Fano, Presaro e Urbino, Italy.
DI FRANCESCOItalian
Literally means "of Francis," and therefore may also mean "son of Francis."
DILEOItalian
Southern Italian Surname.
DI MAGGIOItalian
Came from a child who was born in the month of May. The surname Maggio is derived from the Italian word Maggio, which literally means the month of May.
DIMARCOItalian
means "son of Marco" in italian
DIMEGLIOItalian
First used in Venice, Italy
DIMERCURIOItalian
DiMercurio is an alternate spelling of Di Mercurio.
DI MOZEItalian
Means "son of Moze" in Italian.
DIPAOLOItalian
means "son of Paolo" in Italian
DI PEGOItalian
the origin of di Pego is unknown, but translates to 'I caught', in Italian.... [more]
DIVITAItalian
Derives from the word vita meaning "life".
DONATELLIItalian
Patronymic from a pet form of Donato.
DONATOItalian
From the medieval personal name Donato (Latin Donatus, past participle of donare, frequentative of dare "to give"). It was the name of a 4th-century Italian bishop martyred in c. 350 under Julian the Apostate, as well as various other early saints, and a 4th-century grammarian and commentator on Virgil, widely respected in the Middle Ages as a figure of great learning.
DRAGONETTIItalian
Diminutive of drago or dragone "dragon".
DRAMISItalian, Spanish (Latin American)
Not just a surname in Italy; it can also be found in Argentina and Brazil.... [more]
ELARDOItalian
Possibly from a variant of the Germanic personal name Ilardo (see Ilardi).
EVOLAItalian
Perhaps a topographic name from ebbio ‘danewort’ (Sambucus ebulus), from Latin ebullus, or possibly a habitational name from a minor place named with this word.
FABIANIItalian
Patronymic or plural form of Fabiano, comes from the given name Fabian.
FABIANOItalian
Comes from the personal name Fabiano, a derivative of Fabian.
FACENTEItalian
Nickname for an industrious person, from Latin facere "to make" "to do".
FALOTICOItalian
From southern Italian falotico ‘eccentric’, ‘strange’, Greek kephalōtikos, a derivative of Greek kephalē ‘head’.
FALSOItalian
Not much history is known for Falso however, it was common surrounding Napoli, Lazio, Latin, and Roma. It means False, phony, fake. Because of this, the surname has spread globally especially to United States of America and Brazil... [more]
FANTAUZZOItalian
From the medieval word "fante," meaning infant or child.
FANTOZZIItalian
From a derivative of Fante.
FARACISicilian
Patronymic from farace; deriving from Arab farag.
FARANOItalian, Sicilian
Possibly deriving from a town Faranò in province of Messina, Sicily. Possible variant of Surname faran which comes from Irish surnames Ó Fearáin, Ó Faracháin, or Ó Forannáin.
FARIAPortuguese, Italian
Faria is a Portuguese surname. A habitational name from either of two places called Faria, in Braga and Aveiro. ... [more]
FARIZAItalian
Original from Rome, Roman conquerors went to Iberia in about 140 B.C. and named a town in Iberia Fariza which was a tree. This town still exists today, and was also mentioned in the book 'El Cid'... [more]
FATAItalian
Derived from fata "fairy" or a variant of FATO.
FAUSETTItalian
Man with Falsetto voice.
FAVAROItalian
it is the regional venetian variant of Fabbri, it means "blacksmith"
FAZIOItalian
From the given name Bonifazio.
FELICEItalian
Given name Felice.... [more]
FERRANDINOItalian
Derived from the masculine given name Ferrandino, which is a diminutive of the medieval Italian given name Ferrando. For more information about this, please see the entry for the patronymic surname of Ferrando.... [more]
FERRANDOItalian, Spanish
This surname can be derived from a given name (thus making it a patronymic surname) as well as from a nickname (thus making it a descriptive surname). In the case of a patronymic surname, the surname is derived from the medieval masculine given name Ferrando, which was in use in both Italy and Spain during the Middle Ages... [more]
FERRANTEItalian
This surname can be derived from a given name (thus making it a patronymic surname) as well as from a nickname (thus making it a descriptive surname). In the case of a patronymic surname, the surname is derived from the medieval masculine given name Ferrante... [more]
FERRANTINOItalian
Derived from the masculine given name Ferrantino, which is a diminutive of the medieval Italian given name Ferrante. For more information about this, please see the entry for the patronymic surname of Ferrante.
FERRARISItalian (Latinized, Modern)
Variation of the italian surname "Ferrari". Means Smith but in plural.
FILIPPELLIItalian
Means "Son of Filippo." Italian form of Phillips.
FILOSAItalian
Southern Italian: Probably an occupational nickname for a fisherman, from Sicilian filuòsa ‘fishing net’. Also from the subphylum: Filosa. These are known as euglyphids, filose (which means stringy or thread-like), amoebae with shells of siliceous scales or plates, which are commonly found in soils, nutrient-rich waters, and on aquatic plants.
FISCHIONIItalian (Rare)
Possibly deriving from fischiare, meaning to whistle, or from fischioni, the Italian word for widgeons.
FOLIGNOItalian
Derived from the Latin word folium "leaf"
FOLLADORIItalian
It is the italian variant of the british surname WALKER.... [more]
FONTECCHIOItalian
Habitational name from Fontecchio in Aquila province or a topographic name from a diminutive of fonte meaning "spring".
FORLANFriulian
It's a toponymic and it means born in Cividale del Friuli (north of Italy).
FORMICAItalian
This surname is also spanish and it means "ant". it could indicate a person that is short and thin but works hard an constantly.... [more]
FORTEItalian
Italian word for "Strong"
FRANCESCOItalian
From the given name Francesco.
FRANCESEItalian
Ethnic name for a Frenchman.
FRANCOMAGAROItalian
I believe the first element is FRANCO, just don't know what the other element is.
FRASCATOREItalian (Rare)
Meaning uncertain. It is possibly derived from (or related to) Italian frasca meaning "bough, branch", which might possibly indicate that the surname had first started out as a nickname for someone who worked as a woodcutter or as a forester... [more]
FRUSCIANTEItalian
Derived from the Italian adjective frusciante meaning "rustling, swishing, whishing", which itself is derived from the Italian verb frusciare meaning "to rustle, to swish, to whish". The surname had probably started out as a nickname for someone who made a rustling or whishing sound whenever they walked, which was probably caused by the clothes that they were wearing (in that the clothes must have been made of a certain fabric that is prone to making some noise when touched in any way).... [more]
FUCCIItalian
From the plural of Fuccio, a short form of any of various personal names with a root ending in -f (as for example Rodolfo, Gandolfo) to which has been attached the hypocoristic suffix -uccio, or alternatively from a reduced form of a personal name such as Fantuccio, Feduccio.
GABRIELEItalian
From the personal name Gabriele, Italian form of Gabriel.
GAGLIANOItalian
Habitational name from a few places in Italy, which all derived from the Latin personal name Gallius
GALANTEItalian, French, Jewish
Comes from the ancient French word "galant" meaning someone in love or who has fun. In the case of Mordecai Galante, a Spanish exile in 16th century Rome, his courteous manners won for him from the Roman nobles the surname "Galantuomo" (gentleman), from which Galante was eventually derived.... [more]
GALASSOItalian
Italianized from GALAHAD.
GALILEIItalian
A notable bearer, is astronomer Galileo Galilei.
GAMBINOItalian
from a diminutive of gamba ‘leg’, probably applied as a nickname for someone with short legs.
GARBOItalian
Either (i) from the via del Garbo, the name of a street in Florence that in former times was the place of work of spinners, weavers, etc. of lana del Garbo "wool from the Algarve" in Portugal; or (ii) probably from a medieval Italian nickname for an urbane or well-mannered person (from Italian garbo "polite, kind")... [more]
GARRIEItalian
DERIVED FROM BEING A BAD MOTHERFUCKER.
GELSOItalian
Means MULBERRY in Italian
GELSOMINOItalian
From the Italian word gelsomino, meaning "jasmine"
GERMANOTTAItalian
Possibly derived from Germano by adding a diminutive suffix. Most common in the Messina area in Sicily. A famous bearer of the surname is singer Lady Gaga (Stefani Germanotta).
GHEZZIItalian
Patronymic or plural form of a nickname from Old Italian ghezzo ‘dark’
GIANFRANCESCOItalian
From a compound personal name composed of Gianni + Francesco.
GIARRATANAItalian
Sicilian habitational name from a place so named in Ragusa.
GIGLIOItalian
From the personal name Giglio, from giglio "lily" (from Latin lilium), a plant considered to symbolize the qualities of candor and purity.
GILCARomanian, Italian
Meaning unknown.
GILIOItalian
Tuscany. One variation of the surname Giglio meaning ""lily"". ... [more]
GIOÈItalian
This is a short form of given name GIOELE used as surname.
GIRONDAItalian
Possibly from a variant of Italian ghironda ‘barrel-organ’.
GIUDICEItalian
Occupational name for an officer of justice, Italian giudice " judge" (Latin iudex, from ius "law" + dicere "to say"). In some cases it may have been applied as a nickname for a solemn and authoritative person thought to behave like a judge.
GIUNTOLIItalian
Comes from a derivative of Giunta.
GOLAItalian
Topographic name from gola "mountain hollow, cavity".
GONELLAItalian
Means "short skirt," in Italian, as in a piece of armor.
GORGAItalian
Topographic name from Sicilian gorga, Catalan gorg(a) ‘place where water collects’, ‘mill pond’, ‘gorge’.
GRANAROLOItalian
It means bread baker.
GRANATAItalian
Granata is an Italian word for a shade of red (maroon), and the Latin name of the city of Granada.
GRANATOItalian
Occupational name for a jeweler or lapidary, from granato "garnet".
GRANDESpanish, Italian, Portuguese
Nickname for someone of large stature, from grande "tall, large".
GREGORIItalian
Patronymic or plural form of Gregorio.
GRIFFOItalian
From grifo "gryphon" (Latin gryphus, Greek gryps, of Assyrian origin), hence a nickname for someone thought to resemble the mythical beast.
GUADAGNINOItalian
It came from Italian word guadagno which means "earnings" and has a diminutive suffix ino which is also an occupation suffix.
GUÀRDIACatalan, Spanish, Italian
Catalan, Spanish, and Italian from Catalan guàrdia, Spanish and Italian guardia ‘guard’, ‘watch’, a topographic name for someone who lived by a watch place, an occupational name for a member of the town guard, or a habitational name from any of the numerous places named (La) Guardia.
GUCCIARDOItalian
From the personal name Gucciardo, a revival of French Guichard, of Germanic origin, probably composed of the elements wig 'battle' or wisa 'experience' + hard 'strong', 'brave', 'hardy'.
GUIDETTIItalian
Derived from the given name GUIDO.
GULOTTAItalian
Italian: from the female personal name, a pet form of Gulla.
HERMIDILLAFilipino (Latinized, Rare, Archaic), Italian (Latinized, Modern, Rare)
Hermidilla is originated from Batangas province in Southern Tagalog region in the Philippines during the Spanish colony.... [more]
IADANZAItalian
Of Italian origin, and a (currently) unknown meaning.... [more]
IAVARONEItalian
Possibly from a shortened form of the personal name Ianni + varone, a variant of barone ‘baron’; literally ‘baron John’.
IENCAItalian (Rare)
Allegedly derived from Italian giovenca "heifer". A heifer is a young cow that has not yet had a calf. Mount Jenca and Jenca Valley are located near Gran Sasso d'Italia in the Abruzzo region in Italy.
INFANTEItalian
Nickname for someone with a childlike disposition, from infante "child" (Latin infans, literally "one who cannot speak").
INGAItalian
Italian name, however probably Germanic origins
INQUIETIItalian (Rare)
would like to know if any one out there has heard of this name and what part of italy it comes from gt grand father corneluse inquiete/i came to england from parma italy in 1872/4 age 37/8 married in 1875... [more]
INSALACOItalian
A surname in Sicily. Believed to come from the word Salaco an occupational name for a tanner in Arabic.
KUTZItalian
Habitational name for someone from Kuhz, near Prenzlau.
LAGHIItalian
Possibly originated to denote someone from the Italian town of Laghi.
LAMALFASicilian
Variant of Malfa, most probably a habitational name for someone from Malfa on the island of Salina (Messina), although the name has also been linked with Amalfi in Salerno and Melfi in Potenza.
LAMANTIAItalian
Italian:vail, the last name of a general in Palrmo, Sicily, Italy.
LA MARCAItalian
Means 'the mark' in Italian.
LARCELLAItalian
Variation of Lauricella, from a pet form of Laura.
LAROSAItalian
Means "rose" in italian.
LAROSEItalian
Topographic name for someone who lived at a place where wild roses grew; or a habitational name from a town house bearing the sign of a rose. It may also have been a nickname for a man with a ‘rosy’ complexion, as well as a nickname of a soldier... [more]
LATINAItalian
From a feminine form of Latino.
LATINOItalian
From the medieval personal name Latino, originally an ethnic name for someone of Latin as opposed to Germanic, Byzantine or Slavic descent.
LATTANZIOItalian
My great-great grandmother's name was Patrizia Maria Lattanzio. After she passed and my Great-grandmother sent my grandmother to America, the officials mis-spelled her name on her documents and the last name was shortened to Lattanzi... [more]
LAURICELLAItalian
From the pet form of Laura.
LAVECCHIAItalian
Means "Old Lady"
LEGOREItalian
Possibly Italian, a nickname for a fleet-footed or timid person, from a northern variant of lepre "hare". However, only the plural form Legori is attested in Italian records.
LENCIONIItalian
Italian. My family is from the Tuscany region of Lucca.
LEOItalian
Nickname for a fierce or brave warrior, from Latin leo meaning "lion".
LEOItalian
From a short form of the personal name Pantaleo.
LEONARDIItalian
Patronymic or plural form of the personal name Leonardo.
LEONARDOItalian, Spanish, German
Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese from the Germanic personal name Leonhard, formed from the elements leo ‘lion’ + hard, ‘hardy’, ‘brave’, ‘strong’; this was an early medieval saint’s name (see Leonard).
LIBRIZZIItalian
Habitational name from Librizzi in Messina province, Sicily.
LIMBOItalian
It comes from latin word "limbus". It has religious origin.... [more]
LISERANIItalian
A famous bearer is Italian-born American actor Gino Corrado Liserani (1893 - 1982), who went by Gino Corrado on film
LOBIANCOItalian
Derived from the words lo "the" and bianco "white".
LOGLISCIItalian
My grandfather's family name who were from Gravina di Puglia
LO MÀGLIOItalian
Literally means "the hammer." However, "the" would normally be represented as "il" in Italian, in this case.
LOMENZOItalian
From Sicilian "menzo" meaning middle.
LONARDOItalian
Variant of Leonardo, characteristic of central–southern Italy.
LO REItalian
Palermo,Sicily,Italy
LO RICCOItalian
Originally Spanish but of Italian origin for at least 7 generations. My branch of the family are residing in Australia but many remain in Italy and quite a few in the USA
LOVATOItalian
Northern Italian from the Late Latin personal name Lupatus, derivative of Latin lupus "wolf". This is one of several medieval personal names which became popular under the influence of Germanic compound personal names formed with wolf-.
LUCAItalian
Variant of De Luca.
LUCCAItalian
A habitational name from Lucca Sicula in Agrigento province, Sicily, which was called simply Lucca until 1863. It was probably originally named with a Celtic element meaning ‘marshy.’
LUCCIItalian
Patronymic or plural form of Luccio, a reduced form of a personal name formed with this suffix.
LUCÍASpanish, Italian
From the feminine personal name Lucia, feminine derivative of Latin lux meaning "light".
LUDOVICOItalian
From the Italian first name LUDOVICO.
MACCHIAItalian
Topographic name from Italian macchia "thicket", "scrub" (from Latin macula) and Habitational name from any of various places named Macchia, as for example Macchia in Trapani province, Sicily.
MACCINIItalian
Patronymic from a diminutive of the given name MACCIO.
MACHISicilian
Unexplained. It may be from the Albanian personal name Maqo. Derivation from a Greek name ending in -akis, which has been suggested, is implausible.
MACHIAItalian
Variant of Italian Macchia.
MACORIGItalian
An italian surname that in fact comes from slovene minority near Udine, it should be written Macoric'... [more]
MADONIAItalian
Habitational name from any of numerous places named Madonia, or a regional name for someone from Madonie in Sicily.
MADONNAItalian
From the person name Madonna, from donna meaning "lady", bestowed in honor of the Virgin Mary.
MAGGIOItalian
From a nickname or personal name from the month of May, maggio, from Latin Maius (mensis), from Maia, a rather obscure goddess of fertility, whose name is derived from the same root as maius "larger" and maiestas "greatness"... [more]
MAGGIORIItalian
Recorded in many spelling forms including the 'base' form of Maggi, and the diminutives and double diminutives Maggiore, Maggiori, Di Maggio, Maggorini, and many others, this is an Italian surname of Roman (Latin) origins... [more]
MALIZIAItalian
Italian. Literal translation is the english noun: "Malice".... [more]
MAMELIItalian
Possibly from latin surname Mamelius. A famous bearer was Goffredo Mameli, author of the italian national anthem.
MANDATOItalian
mandato is the past tense of send in italian-such as "i sent a letter or message"
MANDIAItalian
Southern Italian (Campania): unexplained.
MANGANIItalian
Possibly an Italian variant of Mangan.
MANISCALCOItalian
It means 'blacksmith' in Italian. The variant Maniscalchi is the plural.
MANNAZZUSardinian (Archaic), Sicilian (Rare, Archaic), Corsican (Modern, Rare), Italian (Rare)
It came from the Ancient Nuraghi people. the Nuraghi people inhabited southern Corsica and northern and central Sardinia.
MARANOItalian
Habitational name from any of various places named with the Latin personal name Marius and the suffix -anu.
MARCHIItalian
Patronymic or plural form of Marco.
MARCHIONEItalian
Nickname from marchione ‘marquis’, from medieval Latin marchio, genitive marchionis, from Germanic marka ‘borderland’
MARCOSpanish, Italian
From the personal name Marco, from Latin Marcus (see Mark).
MARIGLIANOItalian
From the town of Marigliano (near naples)
MARREROItalian, Spanish
Maker of spades or hoes. Marra spade
MARTELLOItalian
Southern Italian: nickname for someone with a forceful personality, from Italian martèllo ‘hammer’ (Late Latin martellus), or a metonymic occupational name for someone who used a hammer in their work.
MARTINIItalian
Patronymic form of Martino.
MARTINOItalian
From the personal name Martino (see Martin).
MASERATIItalian
Most notably the Italian luxury car manufacturer Maserati, founded in Bologna, Italy all the way back in December 1914.
MASTROMONICOItalian
The meaning is Mastro-"master" of the- monico"-monastery."
MASTRORILLIItalian
Mastrorilli is an Italian surname.
MATASSAItalian
Occupational name for a producer of silk, from Sicilian matassa "hank", "skein", also the name of a type of silk (cf. METAXAS).
MATERAItalian
Habitational name from Matera in Basilicata region.
MATTAItalian
From a feminine form of MATTO.
MATTEIItalian
Patronymic or plural form MATTEO. The Mattei family was a powerful noble family in Rome during the Middle Ages.
MAURIItalian, Catalan
Patronymic or plural form of Mauro and patronymic name from the personal name Mauri, from Latin Maurus.
MAZZARINOItalian
A diminutive of Mazzaro, an Italian surname meaning "mace-bearer".
MECONEItalian (Modern, Rare)
Giuseppe Meconi (Febuary 1860-April 21,1921) was born in San Massimo, Campbasso Province, Italy. Giuseppe arrived in Pennsylvania, United States in the late 1880s and married Elizabeth Magyar in 1885... [more]
MEDICIItalian
Patronymic or plural form of MEDICO. Medici is the family name of one of Italy's most powerful families.
MEDICOItalian
Occupational name for a physician, Italian medico (Latin medicus, from medere "to heal").
MELILLOSpanish, Italian
describing someone who worked on an apple orchard,harvesting and selling apples from the italian mela
MELISSardinian
Derived from Sardinian mele or meli meaning "honey".
MESSIAfrican, Arabic, Italian
Famous bearer of this surname is Lionel Messi (born 1987-), an Argentinian footballer of Italian descent.
MESSINAItalian
Habitational name from the Sicilian city Messina. It was named Messana in the 5th century bc when it was captured by Anaxilaos of Rhegium; previously it had been known as Zancle.
METALLOItalian
From the Greek vocabulary word metallo "metal", used as a nickname for a miner or for someone with a clear or metallic tone of voice.
MIANOItalian
Habitational name from Miano in Naples, Parma, and Teramo; Miane in Treviso; or Mian in Belluno.
MICALEItalian
Popular in Italy.
MICELLIItalian
Beacon, torch, light
MIELEItalian
It means "honey" in Italian.
MIGNOGNAItalian
In part a Southern Italian a habitational name from Mignogna, a minor place in Foggia province.
MINELLAItalian
Southern Italian, from a pet form of the female personal name Mina, a short form of Guglielmina, Giacomina, etc.
MINELLIItalian
Patronymic or plural form of Minello, a pet form of the personal name Mino, which is a short form of a personal name formed with the hypocoristic suffix -mino, such as Adimino, Giacomino, Guglielmino, etc.
MODAFFARIItalian
Nickname from Arabic muzaffar "victorious".
MODENAItalian, Judeo-Italian
Italian and Jewish (from Italy) habitational name from the city of Modena in Emilia-Romagna.
MOLINAROItalian
The surname Molinaro is a name for a person who owned, managed, or worked in a mill deriving its origin from the Italian word "molino," which meant mill.
MOLINAROLOItalian
Probably from a person's occupation, with molino/mulino meaning "mill" in Italian. The second part may come from rullo, meaning "a roller" or "I roll."
MONACOItalian
Nickname for someone of monkish habits or appearance, or an occupational name for a servant employed at a monastery, from Italian monaco "monk" (from Greek monachos "monk", "solitary").
MONTALBANOItalian
Habitational name from Montalbano di Elicona in northeastern Sicily (earlier simply Montalbano), Montalbano Jonico (Matera province), or the district of Montalbano in Fasano, Brindisi.
MONTAPERTOItalian
My father tells me this name means "open mountain." It seems to have come from a small area around Agrigento in Sicily, Italy.
MONTEFIOREItalian, Jewish
Derived from Montefiore, which is the name of several places in Italy. For example, there is Castle Montefiore in the town of Recanati (province of Macerata), the municipality of Montefiore Conca (province of Rimini) and the municipality of Montefiore dell'Aso (province of Ascoli Piceno)... [more]
MONTEVERDEItalian
Habitational name from any of various places called Monteverde, for example in Avellino province, from monte meaning "mountain" + verde meaning "green".
MONTEVERDIItalian
Derived from Italian monte meaning "mountain" and verdi meaning "green"; literally means "green mountain".
MONTISCIItalian
Originated in Sardinia, Italy in the 17th century given to fishermen
MONTIVERDIItalian
Green Mountain
MONZOItalian
Possibly a variant of Monsu, which may be an occupational name for a cook, Calabrian munsu, or a nickname or title from Milanese monsu ‘sir’, ‘lord’, ‘gentleman’.
MORELLIItalian
Patronymic / plural form of Morello.
MORTICELLIItalian
Means "died small" in Italian.
MOSCATELLIItalian
The name Moscatelli has its origins in a type of grape called Moscatel. This grape has its origin in ancient Egypt or Greece, but it was in Italy that it became famous. Here the farmers that planted the grape became known as the Moscatelli.
MOSCATIItalian
Possibly a variant of Moscato.
MOSCATOItalian
Variant of the personal name Muscato, also Americanized spelling of Greek Moskatos, a metonymic occupational name for a grower of muscat grapes.
MOSELEItalian, German (Austrian)
This surname is to be found in north-eastern Italy, more specifically in the Vicenza and Verona provinces. Families with this name are certain to be originally from the mountain town of Asiago, situated on a plateau north of Vicenza and now a well-known skiing resort... [more]