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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Candi


CANDI | CANDIO

Candi has a ceppo emiliano, from Parma, Modena, Bologna ed argento nel Ferrarese, one nell'anconetano to the Ostra, Senigallia, Jesi, Chiaravalle edition, edition one thing to Albano Laziale, Rome, Frascati nel out of the Roman, candies, molto meno was common, as has a piccolo ceppo tra veronese out of the vicentino, one by one to depart from Rome edition Leccese in the Puglia nel e nel barese, dovrebbero, shift the medioevale candia dal nome, un esempio di cui abbiamo questo scritto secentesca in the d 'uso: "..Optatissimus, she stood by Candi and by the bishop, and the on the city, and soon me, the angel and of the Fellows of the. After the salutations had been exchanged, in the sight of all who are recounted, of the Father General of the letter of the: which he who praises their piety, and through a singular source of pleasure, and by the example of themselves, and in the other Fathers have been pointed out, the great zeal which, so far as has subscribed to the According to their account declarauerant, dedicating itself to the divine Majesty of service in this small Society of Jesus .. ".

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


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