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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Broggi


BROGGI | BROGGIAN | BROGGIN | BROGGINI | BROGGIO | BROGI | BROGIN | BROGINI | BROGIO | BROGIONI

Broggi is typically Lombard, Milanese, Como and Lecco in particular, Broggian is specific to the Vicenza and Padua areas, Broggin, absolutely rare, seems to be from Padua, Broggini has a stock in the Como area and in the nearby area of Milan, Broggio, in addition to the Lombard in Milanese and Varese, it also has a high Piedmontese and one in the Veneto between Verona and Padua, Brogi is decidedly Tuscan, Brogin, very rare, has a line between Milanese and Pavia and one in Padua, Brogini, decidedly Tuscan, is in particular the Florentine and of the Sienese, Brogio, very very rare, is of the Paduan, Brogioni, also Tuscan, is specifically of the Florentine, all these surnames derive, directly or through hypochoristic and accretive, from the apheresis of the name Ambrogio, or also from relations of provenance referring to one of the many Italian countries dedicated to San'Ambrogio.

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


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