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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Aguiaro


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Aguiar. decidedly Venetian, it is almost unique, Aguiari is typical of the Ferrara area, in particular in Ferrara, Mesola, Copparo and Trisigallo and the Rovigoto, Aguiaro, is extremely rare in the Rovigota area, Anguiari, extremely rare, is from the Rovigoto area, it should all derive from dialectal nicknames originating from the activity of eel fisherman typical of the Po delta area. additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Aguiari is a variation of the surname Aguglia about which P. Minervini writes in his Dictionary of Apulian surnames, p. 35: "Not widespread in It. And in Puglia in the basic form (spec. In the Leccese) and in the Aguiàri variants, Agujari, is the surname of the personal Latin Aquilius, whose gens Aquilia was very widespread in Campania with the Vestini and Irpini and in Umbria: from Italy we have the toponym Agugliano (AN), which is a center located between the rivers Esino and Musone [.]. The anthroponym in question could be related to the zoonym Aquila and the Veneto northern 'gugia' and the Tuscan 'guglia' (

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


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