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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Centimeri


CENTEMERI | CENTEMERO | CENTIMERI

Centemeri is specific to Monza, Milan and Sesto San Giovanni in the Milanese area, Centemero is specific to Milan, Arcore in particular, Centimeri, much more rare and characteristic of Milan and Milan, should derive from the ancient Castro brianzolo of Centemero, of which we already have traces in the 1200s, and that we find quoted in a text of the epoch of Francesco Sforza written in Lodi the die XXII decembris 1451: "... and Johannem et Bosium ac fratres de Maueris pro bonis que habent in Camasiascha et Breno; Antonium de Isachis pro bonis que habet in Camasiascha, que tenentur for Zanetum fornaxarium; Girardum et fratres de Rigamonte pro bonis que habent in Centemero; Bendium de La canalle pro bonis que habet in Camasiascha; Vaninum et Antonium fratres de Consono pro bonis que habent in Recouro ... ".

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


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