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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Candeloro


Candelora, very rare, has a strain in Fano in the Pesaro area and one in Bari and Triggiano in the Bari area. Candelori is typical of the Teramo area of Roseto degli Abruzzi and its hinterland, Candeloro is instead of the Chieti and Pescara strips, Di Candeloro, always of Teramo, very very rare, it should however refer to the family of a son of a Candeloro, they should all derive from the name Candeloro or Candelora, names anciently attributed to the children born on the so-called day of the Candlemas, so called because because on that day the candles, symbol of Christ, the light that illuminates the people. additions provided by Andrea Ferreri - Milan Candeloro is an Abruzzese surname, widespread in the provinces of Chieti and Pescara. Some significant presence also in southern Italy. The name Candeloro was given above all, but not only, to the children who were born on the day of the religious festival of Candelora, which should be February 2, in which candles and candles were blessed, and then lit to ask for protection.

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

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