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Azimonti e in a specific di Busto Arsizio from the Castellanza nel varesotto, al confine con il milanese, Azzimonti, piu, by spreading abroad, è semper in a specific di Busto Arsizio, con buone presenze anche a Milano ed from the Motta Visconti nel milanese, potrebbero, shift the dal nome frank-Hazemont o dal longobardo Hasmund, probabilmente, bear an dai capostipiti, cited give to the ricordiamo con questo nome il Re nel suo Danish kings described in Saxo Grammaticus: "... and finding it, perhaps, the tomb of Aswid the approach of the hoe, and the Swedes, thinking that treasures were in it, broke a hill. Therefore, the height of the cavern, and saw disclosed a of greater than they had thought . to examine it, a man was wanted, who is himself on a hanging rope tied around him. the man chosen was drawing of lots of the most eager of the youths was; and Asmund, a basket following a rope he beheld them, without delay, and cast him out and climbed into the basket. Then, above who were standing by and controlling the rope from the signal to to sink. He who has come back to the basket of the huge amount of money, drawn by the beauty of the soul when they remain unknown to the madverterent, frightened by the strange sight of defunctumque safe return of discarded .. ".

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

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