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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Burato


BURATO | BURATTO

Burato is typically Venetian, particularly from Verona, from Montecchia di Crosara, Verona, San Bonifacio, Arcole, Belfiore, Soave and Illasi, but also from Vicenza and Lonigo in the Vicenza area, from Stanghella in the Padua area and, above all, from Eraclea, Meolo, Venice and San Donà di Piave in the Venetian dialect, Buratto is also specific of the Veneto, of Crocetta del Montello in the Treviso area, of San Donà di Piave in the Venetian dialect and of Verona and Montecchia di Crosara in the Verona area, and of Pozzonovo in the Paduan area, both should derive from the medieval term buratto (sieve made with a very thin and sparse fabric called buro), related to the work of millers, it could also derive from being producers of buro, that is to say the fabric for sieves. We find traces of this surname in a deed of sale drawn up in Portogruaro (VE) in 1618 by a certain Giovanni Buratto.

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


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