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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Caponeri


CAPONERA | CAPONERI | CAPONERO

Caponera, the most widespread, has a small stock in the Perugia area, but the bulk is concentrated in the Romans and frusinate and in the Latin dialect, Caponeri, very very rare, is typical of the area that includes the Sienese, Perugia and Terni, especially of Chianciano Terme in the Siena area, Caponero has a small stock in the Pisa area and one in the Viterbo and Roman areas, in Civitavecchia and Rome in the Roman area and in Soriano nel Cimino in the Viterbo area, they should derive from medieval nicknames, perhaps due to the black color of the founders' hair, which became later names, of this use we have an example in a deed of 1265 in Siena, where the extender is a certain Buonadote son of the already Caponero, the continuous use, as we find in a recording of death in Siena in 1648: " Adì September 27th 1648 - Caterina known as Caponero, Vedova, wife already of Giovanni said the Immburchia received all the Santissimi Sacramenti died in hore four ... ".

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


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