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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Brignoli


BRIGNOLI | BRIGNOLO

Brignoli is decidedly Lombard, in particular from Bergamo, Scanzorosciate, Trescore Balneario, Bergamo, Peia, Nembro, Cenate Sopra, Carobbio degli Angeli, Pedrengo, Palosco, Alzano Lombardo, Urgnano, Gorlago, Villongo, Torre de 'Roveri, Romano di Lombardia and Gorle, from Milan, from Urago d'Oglio, in the Brescia area, from Voghera and Varzi in the Pavia area, Brignolo is from Piedmont, from Turin and Collegno from Turin, from Asti and Govone from Cuneo, should derive from brignolus, the archaic name of plum plants, traces of these surnames can be found for example in De bello italico, history of the countryside in Italy of the years 1745 and 1746: "... Ipse Dux Brignolus in tantâ rerum perturbation, incredible soul animes, consiliique prostantiâ neque nimis populari concitationi indulgebat, neque fatis repugnabat. Venientes enim ad se cujuscumque generis homines, impotentissimumque Austriacorum dominatum ... ".

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


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