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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Ansolini


ANSEVINI | ANSOLINI | ANSOVINI | ANZEVINO | ANZIVINO | ANZOLIN | ANZOLINI | ANZOVINI | ANZOVINO

Ansevini is typical of Ancona, Ansolini is practically unique, Ansovini, very rare, is from central Italy, Anzevino has a small Tuscan and one from Campania, in Arienzo (CE) and in Naples, Anzolin would seem typical of the Vicenza area, Anzivino is typical of the foggiano, Anzolini, decidedly more rare, is typical of the Udine area, Anzovini is almost unique, Anzovino, always rare, is typical of the strip that from the Neapolitan, through the Benevento area, reaches Molise, all these surnames should derive from the medieval name Ansovinus or Ansuinus, we recall Sanctus Ansovinus of Camerino died in the year 840, whose name is in turn derived from the Germanic name beneaugurale Answin composed by the word ans (divinity) and win (friend) with the meaning o di o God is your friend or the friend of God.

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


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