Carrone has a small stock in the Nuoro area, in particular in Irgoli and Oliena, and one in the Brindisi area, especially in Carovigno, San Vito dei Normanni, Fasano, Latiano and Ceglie Messapica (see also CARONE), Carroni is typically Sardinian, of Nuoro in particular, but also clearly present in Oliena and Siniscola, the Sardinian stocks could derive from nicknames originated from the term both Logudurese and Campidanese carròne (hock, heel), perhaps to indicate that the progenitor corrected very quickly. additions provided by Giuseppe Concas CARRONE; CART: on carrone or on carroni in Logudorese and in Campidanese it means heel, heel and comes from the Celtic garra (see also GARRONE widespread as a surname especially in Piedmont). It is very true that the Catalan garrò has mostly the same meaning. There are therefore two hypotheses: whether it is a surname imported from Spain, or that instead comes from Piedmont, where, as mentioned, Garrone is widespread. We did not find the surname in the ancient papers of Sardinia. Carrone is present in 52 Italian Municipalities, of which 8 in Sardinia: Irgoli 14, Oliena 9, Galtelì 9, Nuoro 6, etc. Carrone has a consistent stock also in Puglia, but we don't know with what meaning and etymology: it could indicate a big wagon, for example. Carroni is present in 30 Italian Municipalities, of which 14 in Sardinia: Nuoro 74, Siniscola 13, Ortacesus 21, etc.
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