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CARLA | CARLI | CARLINI | CARLINO | CARLONE | CARLONI | CARLUCCI | CARLUCCIO

Carla, extremely rare, it would seem panitalian, Carli is widespread in Tuscany, in Veneto and in Emilia, widespread throughout Italy, with a prevalence in the center north of Carlini seems to have more nuclei, in the province of Ferrara of Rimini, Genoa, Umbria and Lazio, the presence in the Cagliari area should be of Ligurian origin, Carlino is present as a leopard spot all over Italy, Carlone is widespread in Puglia, particularly in the Bari area, and in Basilicata, in the Potentino, it has stumps in Abruzzo and Molise and in Rome, widespread throughout the Carloni center, while Carlucci appears to come from the south and precisely from Puglia and Basilicata, Carluccio, typical of Campania, Basilicata and Puglia, is above all typical of the Salento peninsula. All these surnames derive, directly or through hypochoristic or accretive, from the medieval name Carolus, Carola which is a Latinization of the Germanic Karl (free man).

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


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