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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Bulgarelli


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Bulgarelli is typical of the area between the provinces of Mantua, Modena and Ferrara, Bulgarello seems to be Venetian, Bulgari and Bulgarini are from Brescia, as well as the very rare Bulgarian, which is typical of the lower Brescia area, Bulgari as well as Brescia is also typical of Manerbio, Pavone del Mella, Milzano and Pontevico always in the Brescia area, Bulgarini, on the other hand, is specific to Pozzolengo and Desenzano del Garda, always in the Brescia area, Bulgarino, absolutely rare, it seems Cosentino, derive, directly or through hypochoristic, from the medieval name Bulgarus of which we have an example in the Diplomatic Code of medieval Lombardy in a Cartula venditionis written in Pavia in 1178: "... Bulgarus, filius quondam Petri Ferrarii, and Airaldus Brugnolus, here professed sunt vivere lege Longobardorum, vendiderunt Bernardo de Montebello pro precio Papiensium nominative casam unam ... ", or also from the name Bulgarellus, which we find in a writing of 1100:" For idem t empus invitatus est reverentissimus Iohannes to Guilihelmo comite, here et Bulgarellus vocabatur, et a monachis Septimensis monasterii, quatenus id sub regimine susciperet sua. ", the names came from the presence of Hun mercenaries following the Longobards.

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


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