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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Audiberti


AUDIBERTI

Audiberti, present in an extremely sporadic measure in the center of northern Italy, would like to have a minuscolo sppo in Livorno, and it will be derived from the medieval name of longobarda, Audibertus, from which we had a use period to Bussolengo in which we will see it in the upper reaches 843, you may find it redatted by an Audibertus clericus notarius: "... Signum + manus Audiberto qui Halbinio vocatori qui fa cartola vendicanis fieri rogavi. Signum + manus Leoni di civitate Veronam da porta Sancti Firmi testi Signum + manus Giselberto de Gussilingus testi Signum + manus Suavi de ipso vico testi Signum + manus Rodulfo filio quondam Pasquali testi Signum + manus Dagiberto de Anglare testi Signum + manus Teudiberto degano testi. + Ego Audibertus notarius rogatus ad Audiberto qui Albinio vocatur me pro teste subscripsi .. . ", a name composed of audible terms (ricchezza, potere) and bertha (luminosity, lucentezza), with the meaning of rich in light or even of splendid richness.

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


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