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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Coni


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Coni has a nucleus in Sardinia, especially in the south-central part of the island, in Fonni in the Nuoro area, in Turri (MD), in Ussassai in Ogliastra, in Laconi in the Oristano area, and in Nurallao in the Cagliari area, one in Bondeno in the Ferrara area and one in Rome, San Vito Romano and Anzio in the province of Rome, Conio is certainly Ligurian of the imperiese, of Taggia, Pompeiana and San Remo, Cono, very rare, it would seem Sicilian by Geraci Siculo in Palermo, with a stock also in the Enna area Regalbuto and Aidone, should all derive from the medieval name Conus of which we have an example in a Libellum of November 1136 in Milan: "... Libellum quod fecit Conus qui dicitur Butter in manu Iohannis qui dicitur de Carcani de loco Vicomercato .. ut in Of the appointments debeat give sicut to present dedit ipse Conus eidem Iohanni ad habendum et tenendum seu censum reddendum libellario nomine usque ad annos viginti et novem expletos .. ".

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


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