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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Barni


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Barna has a small stock in Milan, one in Perugia, and in Sicily one in Sciacca in Agrigento, a very small one in Palermo and an equally small one in Castell'Umberto in Messina, Barnà has a stock in Messina, Barni has a stock in Milanese to Giussano, Monza, Inveruno, Milan, Mesero, Seregno, Sovico, Limbiate and Cesano Maderno, and a smaller one to Mariano Comense and Cabiate in the Como area, has a Tuscan stock in Prato and Pistoia above all and in Monsummano Terme, Montale ,, Serravalle Pistoiese, Montecatini Terme and Agliana in the Pistoia area, in Vaiano and Montemurlo in the Prato area, in Florence, in Sansepolcro in the Arezzo area and in Chiusi in the Siena area, and a stock in Rome and Segni in the Roman area, Barno, almost unique, would seem to have some rare presence in the varesotto and in Sicily between agrigentino and nisseno, the Lombard branch could derive from the toponym Barni in the Como area, all should derive from the Lombard name Barna, Barno, or from the Celtic name Barna, but could also derive from an apoc form opaica of the medieval name Barnaba. The Barni, noble family, are found in the Repertoire of the noble families of the year 1227, preserved in the Duomo in Milan, in 1413 Andrea Barni appears in Lodi, perhaps the forefather of the Lodigiano branch, who had been General of an army of Filippo Maria Visconti , in 1697 Antonio Barni, feudal lord of Roncadello, became Counts.

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

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Should have two stocks, one in the Milanese and the Como area and one in the Lucca and Pistoia areas, the Lombard branch could derive from the toponym Barni (CO), but also from a contraction of the medieval name Barnaba. The Barni, noble family, are found in the Repertoire of the noble families of the year 1227, preserved in the Duomo in Milan, in 1413 Andrea Barni appears in Lodi, perhaps the forefather of the Lodigiano branch, who had been General of an army of Filippo Maria Visconti , in 1697 Antonio Barni, feudal lord of Roncadello, became Counts.

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


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