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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Curione


Curio e assolutamente unusual Curio, abbastanza rarely has ceppi net barese the net palermitano Cures a po under rarely, sembrerebbe típicos del nordmilanese, varesotto out comasco, derivano dal nickname Latino Curio (Cure) di cui abbiamo un esempio nel War di Giulio Cesare: "... in this flight one Fabius, a Pelignian, certain of the lowest rank of centurions in Curio's army, pursuing a loud voice shouted to Varus by the name of the army, often called him ...". Tracce di questa cognominizzazione le troviamo nel 1200 a Gallarate, dove i Cure tone annoverare tra i noble della cilia, net 1300 net comasco with Bertram Curio native gods Asso (CO) in the quality gods prevosto gods Dervio (LC): "... in In the name of the birth of one thousand three hundred and sixty-seven Thursday afternoon - the seventeenth day of January, in the presence of me notarij testiumque detailed below, to the owner called and invited priest Bertram Curiones governor of St Peter de Dervio its own name ... ".

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

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