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CICERI | CICERO | LO CICERO

Typically Lombardo Ciceri, but with other cuttings he could read in the province of Florence, while Cicero and sicily Sicilian, comes the Cicero that is very diffused throughout the island, particularly Palermo and province to Villabate and Monreale, Adrano In the catanese ed in Casteltermini in Agrigento, potrebbero derives from soprannomi legati a vocal dialettale cicer (tazzine) ilppo lombardo, regard to the maker of a cloth or flattering maker, while all other dovrebbero will be derived from the strangers originated from the word cicer (cece ) or from the medieval middle name Cicerus di cui abbiamo un esempiu in Codex Cavensis diplomaticus sotto l'anno 955: "... In nomine domini vicesimo secundo anno principatus domini Gisolfi glorii principis, mien ianuarius tertiadecima indictione. memoratorium factum a mirandus filius quondam Ruscinii, and before the present, Guaiferi Castaldei et aliis subscripti testes per bonam convenientiam guadia mihi dederunt Petrus et Cicerus germani filii quondam Lademari, and mediatorem mii posuerunt amatus filius Comperti ... ".

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


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