Bacca surname
Bacca surname, based on bibliographic texts:
Origin: English (Norman origin).
From Norman language (Norman-Latin) and (middle english language) (botanical word). Pronunciation (voice)=(Bae'k). Spanish: (Baya) (BACCA IS NOT SPANISH WORD. Berry: in the anglo-saxon form (IN THE MIDDLE ENGLISH THERE WAS TWO FORM ABOUT THIS WORD: BERRY= ANGLO-SAXON FORM AND BACCA=NORMAN FORM). NOTE: NORMAN LANGUAGE AND ANGLO-NORMAN LANGUAGE IS NOT THE SAME BUT ARE VERY SIMILARS LANGUAGES. Bibliography: word reference language (Princeton bibliography). Bacca is an Anglo-Norman surname from Norman-Latin language (may be late Latin) and old french. The surname Bacca was in use in England after the Norman conquest). This surname is one of the first surnames that appeared in the early middle English, this is the main reason why it is considered an authentic surname from early Middle English. The surname Bacca can be pronounced (bae'k) [sound] that is a form from Norman language (Old French). Although there is also the name Bacca in the old Anglo-Saxon. The Bacca surname is related to the Norman surnames: Baccd, Bacce, Baccant,Baccard, Baccand, Bacchae, Baccett, Baccell, Baccae, Bacall, Baccall, Bacon, Baccon, Baccaert, Baccart, Beccon, Baccus, Beacon and Baccas. Princeton word reference.
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