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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Bastardi


BASTARDI | BASTARDO

Emiliano has a ceppo modenese ed uno tra reggiano out of the bastards pugliese nel foggiano, Bastardo invece a very unusual e del salernitano, derivano di cui abbiamo un esempio dal nome soprannome inedioevale The Bastard, the investiture dell'anno in the un Breve 1123, moved from Cremona: "... So, as I has already been said, and to whom they have given himself a piece of the bastard and lawful heirs of their accession, and the ingress, let him go out of the land, together with the under here, from this, as we read, to take hold of and let them do whatever they want, without the couple and their son, and upon his father, and the heirs of the opposition and, all the same .... "in the edition one feeling dell'anno 1175 from New York: "... present the judge called the bastard, John Lawrence of Concorezo William doorways and Cignamaccus. ...".

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


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