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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Cosco


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Cosca and decisively sicilian, from Gela in it I also had a block on Chiaramonte Gulfi in the ragusano, Cosco and typical of the Catanzarese, dovrebbero derel cognac latino Latin Cosco, Cosconis, let's read about a tablet of Rome: "P (wilves) Cosco P (ubli) Gal (eria) Ars (ensis) thousand (s) l (egionis) X g (eminae) (centuria) Etrili an (norum) XXXX aeror (um) XI h (ic) s (itus) est " , "but it is purely possible for a Spanish origin, I remember the words of Cristoforo Colombo:" ... unfamiliar Fernandi Hispaniarum Regis missus with a magnificent dominion Raphaelem Sanxis, eiusdem serenissimi Regis thesaurarium, mass, which nobilis ac litteratus vir Aliander de Cosco ... ". Integration provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Cosco and a cognomen who comes from the di Calabria dialect" coscu "= Rohlfs daisy 87.

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


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