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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Cremonino


Cremoncini, absolutely rare, would seem to have had two stocks, one in Lombardy and one between La Spezia and Carrarese, Cremoni has some presence in the Verona area and in the Urbino area, a small stock in Livorno, Livorno, Pisa and Florence, Cremonin, absolutely rare , is Venetian, Cremonini seems typical of Emilia, of Modena and Bologna above all, Cremonino almost disappeared, could be from north-western Italy, should derive, directly or through various hypocoristic forms even dialectal, from the medieval name Cremonius, attributed both as a reference to the city of Cremona , both as an alteration of the Latin cognomen Cremutius or of the Celtic name Greme or of its Franconian form Kremon, an alteration of the Hebrew surname Cremona is unlikely. We find traces of these surnames in Padua in 1600 with Cæsar Cremonius (1550-1631) the Cesare Cremonini who until 1631 taught Aristotelian philosophy at a delivered avro one, we find then in 1700, in the Reggio area, the noble Cremonini family.

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

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