1. Home
  2. Etymological origin of Italian surname: Cimone

Etymological origin of Italian surname: Cimone


CIMONE | CIMONI

Cimone, very very rare, has a stock in Theatine in Abruzzo and one in Messina, Cimoni, equally rare it would seem typical of the Grosseto area, in some cases it could derive from the area of Mount Cimone in the Apennines between Modena and Tuscany, but the most likely thing is that they derive from the Latin name of Greek origin Cimon, of which we have an example in the writings of the Roman historian Cornelio Nepote: "... Cimon, Miltiadis filius, Atheniensis, hard admodum initio usus est adulescentiae. Nam cumpater eius litem aestimatam populo solvere non potuisset ob eamque causam in vinclis publicisdecessisset, Cimon eadem custody tenebatur neque legibus Atheniensium emitti poterat, nisipecuniam, qua pater multatus erat, solvisset ... ". additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Cimone is a Messinian surname with the Sicilian word 'cimuni' = highest part of the fishing rod. Rohlfs 71. (ed. ???)

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


Buy a heraldic document with your coat of armsBuy a heraldic document with your coat of arms



You may be interested

Heraldic Search Last name: Cimone

Cimone
Nobles: Italia
Nobility: Nobili
Language of the text: Italiano

Verba Volant, Scripta Manent
(Spoken words fly away, written words remain)
Examples of Heraldic Documents
Order now a Professional Heraldic Document

Entrust the story of your family name to the heraldry professionals

PricingPricing