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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Bozic


BOZIC | BOZICH

Both are typically Friulian, Bozich is practically unique, Bozic, however absolutely rare, and typical of Trieste. additions provided by Stefano Ferrazzi Of Slavic origin, the surnames Bozic and Bozich are born from an adaptation of the Slavic surname Bozic, with the literal meaning of Christmas (for a more detailed explanation, see Christmas). According to an alternative hypothesis, instead, Bozic would be the surname of the Slavic name Bozo or Boza, abbreviation of names such as Bozidar (divine gift), Bogdan (gift of God), Bogomil (dear to God), Boguslav (glory of God), etc: it should be noted, in fact, that in this case the suffix -ic would take on a belonging value - as frequently happens in Slavic surnames - and the surname Bozic would thus be translated as a son of Bozo or Boza. In conclusion, therefore, it is a question of the surnames of personal names of the founders, even if, in some cases, a derivation from nicknames attributed to them is not excluded.

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


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