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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Busetti


Buset is characteristic of Pordenone and Pasiano di Pordenone and Aiello del Friuli in the Pordenone area, Busett, practically unique, is also from the Pordenone area and should be due to an incorrect transcription of the previous one, Busetti has a Lombard lineage in Bergamo, one in Trentino and one of Trevisano, Pordenone and Venetian, Busetto is typically Venetian, of Venice in particular, with presences, digran long inferior, but however significant also in Chioggia, Martellago, Spinea, Cavallino, Marcon and Scorzè in the Venetian dialect, in Padua, in Pieve di Soligo, Gaiarine and Mogliano Veneto in the Treviso area and in Legnago in the Verona area, and in the lower Friuli, in the Pordenone area, in Pordenone and Sacile, they should all derive, directly or through dialectal modifications or Italian alterations, from the name of one of the districts of Pellestrina, an island in the Venice lagoon, called Busetti, whose name originated from the Venetian term buseto (buchetto, but also hiding), vocabol or that it may have also given rise to nicknames, regardless of whether the founders came from the island of Pellestrina.

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

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