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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Buzzoni


BUZIO | BUZZI | BUZZO | BUZZONI

Buzio, typically Piedmontese, is characteristic of the Alexandrian, 4 Buzzi strains are identified, in the provinces of Milan and Varese, in Trieste, Ferrara and Lazio, Buzzo has a Genoese stock, one Venetian, one Ancona, one among Neapolitan and Benevento and one from Cagliari, Buzzoni has a nucleus between Ferrara and Bologna and one in the area that includes the provinces of Milan, Lecco, Bergamo and Brescia, they should all derive, directly or through an augmentative, from the Latin cognomen Butius, but it is also proposing a derivation from modifications of the apheresis of the name Ugo or Arrigo. (see Bozza) additions provided by Vittoriio Buzzi One of the four strains of the Buzzi surname is not located in the province of Trieste, as you indicated, but in that of Udine and precisely in Pontebba where it is widespread. In Trieste there are only a few emigrants from the Pontebbano.

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


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