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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Cesaris


CESARE | CESARI | CESARINI | CESARIS | CESARO | CESARO' | CISARO' | DE CESARE | DE CESARI | DE CESARIS | DI CESARE | DI CESARI

Caesar is present as a leopard spot throughout Italy, but the most significant strain is in Campania, in the Neapolitan and Benevento area, Cesari is present throughout Italy, but mostly in the center and in Emilia and Romagna, with a strain also in the Lecce, Cesarini belongs to the band that includes the Marche, Umbria and Lazio regions, Cesaris is from Lombardy, Cesaro has a Venetian lineage, with particular concentration in the Treviso, Venice and especially Paduan areas, and in Campania in the Caserta, Naples and Salerno areas, Cesarò would seem Sicilian, with a stock in the Trapani area, in Marsala, Erice, Trapani and Custonaci, Cisarò, much more rare, has a small stock in Calatafimi in the Trapani area, De Cesare is widespread throughout the southern peninsular, especially in Campania and Puglia, Di Cesare it is more widespread in Lazio, Abruzzo, Molise, Foggia, Caserta, Naples and Palermo, De Cesari, has a lineage between Brescia and Mantua, one in Lucca, one in Forlì and one in Roman, Di Cesari, ass very rare, it would seem Roman, De Cesaris is from Piceno, Abruzzo, Lazio, Terni and Grosseto. These surnames derive, directly or through hypocoristic forms, from the Latin cognomen Caesar (Caesar), brought by the most famous condottieri of ancient Rome, so as to be immortalized as a worldwide synonym of the term emperor, just think of the Germanic Kaiser or the Russian Czar, that have originated from this name.

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


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