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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Cossi


COSSI

Cossi has a retail ceppo from Sondalo net sondriese, con un piccolo ceppo Venezia ed by a Trieste, dovrebbe derived from the Latin military dat di cui abbiamo example, in a un'elegia di Properzio: "... may stand at the gate broke out with the leader of the Tower of conference trust in his own from the city, gave an answer: and while in the ram to the walls of the horn of the bells rung by the whole in bronze,, a vineyard of which it was drawn a long covered the work was ended, Cossus said "with the mighty better field for war." there was no delay takes place, the plane stops each of the rank of. the gods of Latium and you mighty hands, showed the severed Tolumnus the neck and the Romans, the blood, and washed their horses, . ... ", it ceppo flung out triestino could refer vece shift o dal surname Slovenian Kos, o dalla form patronimico incessantly Kossic.

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


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