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Carafoli is typically modified, Carafolli, almost single, and emiliano anch'esso, Carafulli and almost scomparso, Carofoli and Unico, Carrafelli and typically lazy, with a tip to Rome and in it frusinate to Campoli Appennino and Pescosolido, Carrafiello and typically campano, dell The area comprises the salernitano, Montecorvino Rovella, Eboli and Battipaglia, and Serino nell'avellinese, Cerofoli, almost single and dell'aretto, Cerofolini, decisively Tuscan, and especially of dell'arte, of Arezzo, Subbiano, Bibbiena, Capolona and Castel Focognano and Firenze, all of them will derivate, directly or through alterations of the dialectal and hypocystical, from modifications to the medieval middle name Carulfus or Garulfus, a Latinization of the name Longobardo Gairulf or Garolf, that we gave him an example in this way of donation rising around 'anno 1000: "In nomine summe et individual Trinitatis. Ego Gauslabertus, in articulo mortis positus, reminiscens et vehementer expavescens enormitatem meorum pe ccaminum, owner Deo et sanctis ejus apostolis Petro et Paulo, ad locum Cluniacum, coloniam quam michi dedit socer meus Garulfus, simul cum filia su Eufenia, quam mi copulavit in conjugio. ... ".

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

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