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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Aglialoro


AGLIALORO

Aglialoro, very rare, it would seem specific of Palermo, Palermo and Caccamo, could derive from the Frankish name of Germanic origins Ailloud derived in turn from the name Agilwald, formed by agil (llama) and waldan (government), with the meaning of good swordsman, or even from the frank name Aillard derived in turn from the name Agilhard, formed by agil (blade) and hard (hard), with the meaning similar to the previous one of good blade. , but it could also derive, and it is more probable, from the name of Norman origins Allyre, latinized in Allyrius, which could easily have been deformed by the Sicilian dialect in Aglialoro, we remember Sant'Allyrius Bishop in the IVth century of Clermont, capital of Auvergne in France.

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


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