The surname Carzella, now virtually disappeared in Italy, should be of Apulian origin, of the Bari area, Carzo, absolutely rare, it would seem of the Reggio, could derive from an Italianization and dialectal alteration of the Greek term ???????? , karteros, which means strong, solid, robust, perhaps to characterize a physical characteristic of the progenitor, but it is also possible a derivation from a nickname originating from the ever-Greek verb ?????????, carizomai with the sense of he that cheers or makes life enjoyable with one's favors.
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