Camiola, almost unique, it would seem Sicilian, Camioli, also almost unique, is probably due to a northern registry error of the surname Camiolo, which is typically Sicilian, of Palermo, of Gela in the nisseno, of Grammichele, Catania and Caltagirono in the Catanese and Valguarnera Caropepe, Leonforte, Aidone and Enna in the Ennese, should derive from the medieval name Camiolus, a dialectal alteration of the medieval Latin term cameolus (cameo), of the use of this term we have an example in medieval times in a Act: "... Area an Argenti Cum Cinto Corii Cum Certis Paucis Splanguis. Adamans Tres Parvi in Tribus Anulis Auri. Camiolus unus in an Anuri Auri. Anulli Quatuor Auri Fracti Pauci Valis. Virge two Parve Pauci Valis que Sunt Fracte. Pendini duo granate et alii duo safilii cum periis ceto ... ", a name used mainly by the Slavic peoples, also as an altered form of the name Camillus, according to another hypothesis it could derive from a soprann dialectal name based on an archaic dialectal term camiolo (vignaiolo).
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