Cerza, very rare, is typical of Campania. Cerzoso, equally rare, is specific to the Cosenza area. hypotheses provided by Gianpaolo Ferrara Cerza was a very common surname in the southern Samnite hinterland. Cerzoso most probably derives from Cerza and cerza in Avellino and Benevento dialect means oak, therefore being an oak that is to be of good health or strong character. Example: kella femmena is na cerza, that is, that woman is strong.
Cerzosimo, very very rare, is in the Salerno at Montecorvino Rovella and in the Cosenza area, Cerzoso, absolutely rare, is from the Cosenza area, should derive from the toponym Cersosimo (PZ). additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Cersosimo is a surname and toponym from Basilicata and Calabria that derives from the Greek expression '???' ??????? ' = Mr. Zosimo (Ed. Zosimo is the name of the founder abbot of the Basilian monastery that gave development to the town).
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