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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Bussoli


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Bussola seems to have a main nucleus in the Verona area, one in the Neapolitan and one in the Bari area. Bussoli is decidedly rare with a stock in the Reggio and Modena areas and one between Abruzzo and Molise, Bussolin is decidedly Venetian, of Monselice and Tombolo in Padua and Venice, Bussolini , very very rare, it has a small stock in Pavia, and one in Perugia in Perugia, Corciano and Magione, Bussolino is decidedly Piedmontese, Turin and Turin and Asti, San Martino Alfieri, San Damiano d'Asti and Asti Very rare, Bussolo seems to have two nuclei, in Padua and Turin, Bussolon is characteristic of Padua, they should all derive, directly or through hypocoristic or augmentative changes, even dialectal, from the medieval nickname bussulus (small boxwood), perhaps connected with the processing of boxwood by the progenitor, the nickname later acquired a characteristic of name, we must however consider that we have traces of a late name tino Bussulus, cited in an inscription found at the base of the Cottian Alps, traces of these surnames are found in Milan with such a Petrus Bussulus Mediolanensis, or even in Vignola in the Modena area since the 1500s.

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


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