Carrada, absolutely strange, would typically look like Sardinian from the southeast dell'isola. Integrations provided by Giuseppe Concas CARRADA: sa carràda and botte; a candy of binu = a bottle of wine; and synonymous with Cuba or Cupa, or Coupon / i; A little girl / u = a small pot (carratello in toscano). It comes from ancient Italian carrata. If it is a strange name, present in 10 Italian Communes, of which 5 in Sardinia: Quartu 5, Elini 3, Cagliari 2, etc. We did not use it as it came from negli antichi documenti della lingua sarda, in our possession. The vocal carata, probably Provençal Tuscan, becoming a Sardinian Sardinian language and present in the Logu Charter (XIVth century), in Chapter 127, Riga 42: Cuba of the Old Owl Shark.
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