Cumer is typical of Rovereto (TN), Cumerlotti is almost unique in Alto Adige, Cumero is absolutely rare in the Udine area, Kumer would seem practically unique, deriving from a nickname deriving from the dialect word cumer (emaciated, suffering), originating from the word German kummer (pain, affliction) and probably characterized the extremely thin person of the progenitor. theses provided by Ferruccio Cumer according to accredited researchers from the autonomous province of Trento Cumer is a surname that originated among the populations of Germanic lineage established in past centuries in Trentino. It has at its base the personal name Cummar / Kummar, from the Gothic Guma / Gummar, which means male, man, virile (similar, as meaning, to Latin Marius and Greek Andréas). In its various forms, the surname is typical of the Cimbrian linguistic areas of Trentino and Veneto (the Seven Municipalities of the Asiago Plateau, in the province of Vicenza, and the Thirteen Municipalities of Lessinia, in the province of Verona). Cumer originated and is still widespread in Vallarsa. The Comer form was once typical of Folgaria, where it is now extinct. From Cumerle, diminutive of Cumer (the small Cumer, the young Cumer), are derived Cumerlotti (in the province of Trento; he is a native of Vallarsa, where the homonymous fraction exists), Cumerlato (in the Seven Municipalities), Comerlati (in the Thirteen Municipalities) .
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