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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Aloise


Alloise and Alloiso are almost unique, Alloisi would seem Umbrian, of Pietralunga (PG) in particular, Alloisio has a nucleus between the Monferrato, Ovada in particular and the Genoese, particularly in Genoa, and one in the low Brescia area of San Paolo and Orzinuovi , Allosia and Allosio, absolutely rare, are Piedmontese, Aloise has a Roman nucleus, a Neapolitan lineage and one in the Cosenza area, Aloisi has strains scattered like a leopard spot around the town, Aloisio is more properly of the centrosud, all derive from the name medieval Aloisius, the name Franco Clodoveo, the ancient Ludovico, to become the modern Luigi has undergone many transformations one of the first was the Latinization in Aloisius from which name these various surnames originated. The diffusion, in its variants, is almost at the level of the whole peninsula, so they are ancient surnames that can date back to before the '400.

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

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