Entrambi typically sardines, Cruccu and typical of San Gavino Monreale in Medio Campidano, Curcu and specific dell'Oristanese, from Cuglieri and Montiferro Scano, potrebbe derived from a soprannome originated by an archaic end lover or sting (node). Integrations provided by Giuseppe Concas CRUCCU; CURCU: meaning and uncertain. In the Sardinian language, both in Logudorese, and in what type of crooked language, there is a crooked tongue, which means "hook", "arpione", "uncino", and derives from Latin latino croccus. I did not know it anymore. Low-diffused sweets. Cruccu has the most consistent work in San Gavino Monreale, with fifty news shows; Curcu counts the highest number of presence at Cuglieri, with 35 ed at Scano Montiferro with 18. Tra s the signatory of Pace di Eleonora, LPDE of 1388, we find: Curchu (de) Petro, sworn city of Sardara ** SARDARA MONTIS REGALIS. ... 11 GENNAIO 1388, ego ... Gadulesu Margiano, old man from Sardara, sindicus actor et procurator universitatis Contrate Montis Regalis et Villarum et etc. In posse Virde Andrea, Virde Joanne, of Civitate Sasseri, notaries public, from the 11th Januarii 1388); Curchu Gantino, vile Sellors (* Seals - Sedans - Seddori: odierno Sanluri. Et Capula Marcus ego .sindicus, actor and procurator ville Selluri.seu to Petro De Castay, captain and Margiano Costa locator, locatenente potestatis terre Selluri et omnibus habitatoribus dicte terre , congregate. X die januarii 1388). In Nel Condaghe di San Nicola di Trullas, in chapter 213, there is a certain Curran Ianne, owner of a vineyard in the locality of Consedin (Cossoine): positinke (diede) Elene Cersa, sister (suicide) of Presnaci Virde .i. sollu (a salvo aureo sardo) of the vineyard in Mandra, in pedale (sub) of sa bina of Ianne Curçu. Testes.Osservation: Curcua, potrebbe will be derived from short or short = short, from latino curtus. Curtu knows how to eat (see Curtu). Currently Cruccu and present in 31 Italian municipalities, of which 15 in Sardinia: San Gavino Monreale 49, San Giovanni Suergiu 14, San Nicola d'Arcidano 12, etc. Curled and present in 19 Common Italian, of which 8 in Sardinia: Cuglieri 35, Scale Montiferro 18, Furti 11, etc.
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