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CRAST | CRASTI | CRASTIC | CRASTICH | KRASTI | KRASTIC | KRASTICH

Crast, absolutely rarossomo, is from Udine, Crasti, quite rare, is typically Julian, of Trieste in particular, as well as the very rare Crastich, Crastic is practically unique, as well as Krasti, Krastic and Krastich, they should all derive, directly or in typical patronymic slave forms in -ic or in -ich, where these suffixes have the value of the son of, from the Slavic surname Hrast, in turn derived from the Slavic word hrast (oak), the origin should therefore be from a nickname, that it could have been motivated by a particular robustness of the progenitor, or refer to the religious and spiritual value of the tree and the oak wood among the ancients, with a reference perhaps to a position in the religious hierarchy on the part of the forefather, or to his proximity from a place called Hrast.

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


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