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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Adriana


Adriana, extremely rare, seems to be from central Italy, Adriani has various stocks, one in Schio in the Vicenza area, one in Florence and one in the Elba island in Marciana Marina and Portoferraio in Livorno, one in Perugia in Foligno, Città di Castello and Perugia, one in Abruzzo in Casalincontrada in Theatine, in Giulianova in Teramo and in L'Aquila, one in Rieti and Fiamignano in Rieti, Serrone in frusinate and Rome, the largest of all, and a stock in Bitonto in the Bari area , Adriano has a Piedmontese stock in the Cuneo area, in Alba, Govone, Roddino, Diano d'Alba and Roddi, in Turin and in the Asti area at Castagnole delle Lanze and Asti, these surnames should derive from the Latin nomen Hadrianus, Hadriana, noble name of Gens Hadriana with two original nucleuses, in Adria in the rovigoto, and in Atri in the Teramo, nomen that meant native of Hatria, ancient name of Adria.

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

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