Bionda has a strain in the province of Verbania and one between that of Como and Milan, Biondelli, very rare, it is specific to the area which includes the lower Brescia, Mantua and Ferrara, Biondello, absolutely rare, would seem Piedmontese, Biondetti, extremely rare , should be from the Verona area, Biondi is absolutely panitalian, Biondillo is specific to the inhabitants of Caserta, San Felice a Cancello, Santa Maria a Vico and Baia and Latina, Biondin is from Friuli, San Giorgio di Nogaro, near the Venetian, Biondina, practically unique is southern, Biondini is well present in the central belt that includes the Apennine Modena, Romagna, Arezzo, Ancona and Macerata and Umbria, the Roman and the Latin, Biondino has a stock in Torre del Greco Neapolitan, in Trentola and Ducenta in the Caserta area and in Pagani in the Salerno area, a small stock in Lecce and Calabria, Biondo has a Sicilian and a Venetian stock, Biondolino, almost unique, would seem to be Tuscan, Bi onducci has almost disappeared, they should all derive from nicknames originated from the fact of having the progenitors the blond hair and or the fair complexion.
The Biondo is typically Sicilian from Palermo, Monreale, Belmonte Mezzagno and Partinico in the Palermo area, Lo Biundo, also from Palermo, is specific to Partinico, Altofonte and Palermo, the suffix Lo- could have patronymic value and be understood as the son of or, referred to the name Biondo. additions provided by Stefano Ferrazzi The origin of these surnames is to be found in the nickname or medieval name Biondo, which, together with the Biundo variant, clearly alludes to the color of the hair - of a blonde color in fact (see Bionda and Biundo). In conclusion, therefore, these are the surnames of nicknames or the personal names of the founders.
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