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Bausani is typical of Monte Argentario (GR), Bausano has a stock in Turin and one in Naples where the noble family of Bausan was also present, could derive from nicknames originated from the Provençal term bausan (border, band, but also species of horse from black coat with tufts of white hair on the paws), but it is also to be taken into consideration, especially for the Tuscan and Neapolitan strains, a derivation from the Latin term bausanus (badger), a prominent figure was the Italian naval officer Giovanni Bausan born in Gaeta in 1757 and died in Sorrento in 1825 who later became a deputy of the Neapolitan Republic. additions provided by Fiorenzo Bausani from a research I made show that the Bausans present in Monte Argentario derive from a certain GioBatta Bausano from Savona who married in Orbetello in 1652 the surname later changed the ending to da or to i.

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


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