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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Addio


ADDEO | ADDIO | ADEODATO

Addeo has a stock in Rome, but the main core is in Marzano di Nola in Avellino and Naples in Naples, Palma Campania, Brusciano, Nola, Marigliano, Mariglianella, Visciano, Casamarciano, Saviano, San Paolo Belsito and Cicciano, with a small stock also in Montagnareale in the Messina area, Addio is specific to Naples, Adeodato is practically unique, these surnames should derive directly or with apochopic forms from the medieval graticular name Adeodatus, with the meaning of gift received (datus) from the Lord (a Deo = God), we remember with this name the Romans Adeodatus I elected Pontiff in 615 and Adeodatus II elected Pontiff in 672, both saints.

Bibliographic source' "L'origine dei cognomi Italianim storia ed etimologia" di E. Rossoni disponibile online su: https://archive.org/


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