Camedda, typically Sardinian, is specific especially of the Oristano area of Cabras in particular and of Oristano, Santa Giusta, Marrubiu and Solarussa, and of Cagliari, it could derive from place names. additions provided by Giuseppe Concas CAMEDDA: sa camèdda in Logudorese is the arch of the yoke of oxen. From the Spanish gamella - yugo bow entering the cabeza de los bueyes. In Campidanese on yù or juali / e de is bois. From the Catalan camella. From the Latin camela = female of the camel. Camella also exists in Latin, dim. of room, with the meaning of bowl. There are many surnames and toponyms based on this term, since ancient times and, despite being considered Logudorese, we find it all over Sardinia, even in toponyms: a classic example is the area of Monte Linas, south-western Sardinia , where we find the toponyms Punta sa Camedda, on Pranu de Camedda, in the countryside of Gonnosfanadiga. As a surname we find it among the signatories of the Peace of Eleonora, LPDE of 1388: Camella Bernardus, ville Algueri (Alghero). In the oper of Fara (De Rebus Sardois, III °, IV ° book is mentioned Camella Bernardus: nominated, in the year 1387, by the king Giovanni d'Aragona tutor and curator (administrator), together with Franciscus Bos et Antonius Ferret, pro Alguerii populo (for the city of Alghero) Camedda Antioco (XVIII-XIX century) priest residing in Cagliari * 2000 Sardinian most famous (The Unione Sarda) Currently the surname Camedda is present in 111 Italian Municipalities, of which 49 in Sardinia: Cabras 230, Oristano 65, Cagliari 48, Santa Giusta 28, Marrubiu 18, etc.
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