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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Cannas


Specifico della Sardegna, dovrebbe derives from the characteristic localities of the presence of canes. Integrations provided by Giuseppe Concas CANNES: canna, dal latino canna, dal greco ????? (cannula). A cane war = a cane flute; in Latin calamus = zufolo. The cane is also a measure of lenght, used to measure terrain of not large extension and, moreover, stoffe, corresponding to about three meters: it was introduced in Sardinia dai Pisani. In * CSNT, XI, XIIIth century in the head. 131, in a sale: .et II cannas de pannu.e due canne di panno (stoffa). Its canyonosis and marshes; its tiredness and gramineae, the nemica degli ortolani; the candlestick and the graticcio of canne that was used to cover the cuttings, eat base, prime delle tegole; sa cannarotza and the trachea or in senso lato il collo; The cannabis and the necklace, which for many linguists derives from the dragon-tailed caper, for he is driven from the cane, because he covers the womb of his tzugu = il collo. The old cognome and present negligible old documents of Sardinia. Among the signers of Pace di Eleonora, * LPDE of 1388 figurane: Cannas (de) Bartholomeo, jurado ville Usedos (Usellus- contrate Partis de Montibus); Cannas (de) Guantinus, Sasseri town; Cannas (de) Lupo, ville Lino (Villanovaforru, today Collinas, famous for its wine lined with Lino -Contrate Partis de Montibus); Cannas (de) Petro, jurato ville Guilciochor (villaggio distrutto, conosciuto col nome di Borticoco: diocesi di Ottana. Curatorie de Anella). Nel Condaghe di San Pietro di Silki, * CSPS, XI, XIII sec., Abbiamo: Cannas (de) Mariane (5), apatissa testes Massimilla (bad mother of the Convent of San Pietro): in a land comper, in its jump from Arave (in the territory of Arave - abandoned village, and which remains in the territory of Usini); Cannas (de) Bittoria (47), Prudine Bride Solina Istefane (this is a question of a quiz - fitting - recitation: Ego piscposa, Jorgi Maiule, who could have presided over Istefane Solina, who served on her son Peter de Silki, Pittilîla a Bittoria de Cannas and derhonilila suos donos suos (Io Jorgi Maiule, Vescovo, chiesi wife for prete Stefano Solina, who was interim servant of San Pietro di Silki, churches Vittoria de Cannas and his di padelli e madame); Cannas (de) Gosantine (31) testis kertu de servis (teste in a lite for the partition of the servitù). Nel Sulcis to the northeast of Narcao there was a time a village (villa-boat), named Bau de Cannas (guado delle canne). Appartenne alla Curator of Sulcis, from the Jewish kingdom of Calari (Cagliari). Around 1070 the village was owned by Giudice Torchitorio de Laccon - Gunale, all'Archidiocesi di Calari. Verse the fine of the fifteenth century could be completely spoiled. Cannas and present in 247 Communes of Italy, of which 124 in Sardinia (with major diffusion to the south): Cagliari 271, Quartu SE 91, San Sperate 89, Villagrande Strisaili 63, Sassari 53, Ulassai 50.

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

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