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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Calledda


CALLEDDA

It has a spp. In Cagliari and one in Aritzo (NU), dovrebbe derives from a soprannome originated from the Sardinian word calldu (cagnolino). Integrations supplied by Giuseppe Concas CALLEDDA: Silent and quiet = dog, female and male, or even puppy. For this last and most common call. Sono synonyms for katznadda, catzéddu (see the cognomen Cadeddu). Always from Latin catellus = dog puppy. In callda and call it, it will turn the metaphor, which Wagner does not scorge! Name present in it map carte. Among the signatories of the Pace di Eleonora, LPDE of 1388, figure, Callello Juliano, town Sellor. ** Selluri - Sedduri - Seddori: odierno Sanluri. Et ego Capula Marcus. Sindicus, actor et procurator ville Selluri.seu to Petro De Castay, captain and Margiano Costa, locuntenente potestatis terre Selluri et omnibus habitatoribus dictare terre, congregatis. X die januarii 1388. Rare weird, present in 29 Common Italian, of which 21 in Sardinia: Aritzo 38, Quartu SE 23. Nuoro 18, Ussana 6, etc.

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


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