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CANELLI | CANELLO

Canelli has various stocks in the Novara, Modena and Bologna areas, and in the Neapolitan, Benevento and Foggia areas, Canello is typical of Valdobbiadene in the Treviso area, may derive from a hypocoristic form of the medieval name Cane (see CANE), or even from the fact of living in the families near a reed bed, but it is also possible to derive from toponyms such as Canelli in the Asti area. We find traces of these surnames in Alba in the Cuneo area in a document dated 1186: "..Nos Oglerius Canellus et Oto Rava Albenses accepimus to you Alvino de Araça tantum de tuis rebusunde promitimus tibi vel your certain miso for nos vel nostrum nuncium solvere usque ad octavamproximam Pasce resurrectionis .. ".

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


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