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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Buttari


BUTTARA | BUTTARELLA | BUTTARELLI | BUTTARELLO | BUTTARI | BUTTARINI | BUTTARO

Buttara and Buttarella would seem unique, Buttarelli has a Lombard stock, especially in Mantua, in Viadana, Rivarolo Mantovano and Mantova, in Casalmaggiore and Rivarolo del Re in the Cremona area, in Milan and Bergamo, and in Lazio, in Rome and Olevano Romano in the Roman and in Cisterna di Latina in the latinense area, Buttarello, very very rare, has a very small stock in the Varese area and one between Vicenza and Padua, Buttari has a stock in the L'Aquila area, in Avezzano above all, and in Tornimparte, a small stock in Monteroduni in the iserniese, one in Rome and Guidonia Montevelio in the Roman area and in San Felice Circeo in the latinense, and a very small one in Barletta in the Bari area, Buttaro, more rare, has a stock in Gaeta and Formia in the latinense and Rome, and one in Mola di Bari and Bari in the Bari area, Buttarini, even more rare, belongs to the Perugian, all these surnames should derive, directly or through various hypocoristic forms, from the archaic term buttaro (who produces the barrels), the Italianization of the word l atino medieval buttarus, with the same meaning, we can therefore hypothesize that the founders carried out that kind of job.

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


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Nobility: Nobili - Patrizi - Conti
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