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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Arnone


Arni, extremely strange and north, Arno seemed specific to the Neapolitan, from Frattamaggiore, Cardito and Napoli, Arnò and Pugliese, Campi Salentina, Taviano and Lecce in the lechze and Manduria and Taranto in the Tarentino, Arnone and very diffused in Campania, Calabria And above all, Sicily, Arnoni and absolutely strange, Dovrebbero derives from the medieval middle name Arno, Arnonis from which we received a brief mention in a Brief conveniently from the 1068 to Calusco (BG): "... and Vitale filius quondam Ariprandi adque Odone et Iohanne cum germanis sui, from crazy Mezoviho, his cum Andrea Cuco and cum germanis et nepotibus suis et Rustiho Scarido adque Giselberto Marieni et Albertus cum germanis sui et Petro Vidali et Dominiho filius quondam tunis cum cummins suis, Iohannes et Petro Dominiho qui vocatore Arnoni et Ambroxio et Rustihelo and Petro ... ".

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

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