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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Caprino


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Caprini has a Lombard lineage, especially in the Milanese, Bergamo and Brescia areas, and in the Verona area, and a lineage in the belt that includes the Pesaro, Ancona, Perugia, Terni, Grosseto, Viterbo and Rome, Caprino has a stock in the Alessandria and Genoa areas, one in the Taranto area, one in the Cosenza and Valentiano areas, and one in the Messina area, these surnames can in some cases derive from toponyms such as Caprino Bergamasco or Caprino Veronese, but in most cases they should derive from Gens Caprenia or from the name Caprinus., of which we have an example in a Sententia consulum Mediolani of 1196: "Die mercurii, secundo die mensis octubris, in civitate Mediolani. Sententiam protulit Albertus qui dicitur de Marliano, consul Mediolani, et cum eo Guertius iudex qui dicitur de Ostiolo .. ..Interfuerunt Mediolanus de Villa, Lanfrancus Crivellus, Arialdus Grassellus, Ardigacius Gambarus, Sanzamale Cazule, Carnelevarius de Vicomercato, Ottobellus Cagapistus, Arnaldus de Canturio; de servitoribus Guidottus Mengiainpelle, Caprinus, Adelardus de Castello, Brochinus. Ego Baldicionus iudex qui dicor Stampa, consul, interfui ut supra et subscripsi ... ".

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


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