Extremely rare, it would seem northern, it could derive from the Latin word Fabricus (see Fabbrici). integration due to Gabriele Fabbrici The surname Fabbrici, of rare diffusion in the provinces of Reggio Emilia, Mantua, Bologna and Rome, documented at least from the beginning of the fifteenth century, derives from the toponym Fabbrico (RE), a place from which the family originated. The current dialectal name of the Municipality presupposes a fabricus per smith. Therefore the toponym could proceed from a high-medieval formation built directly on the person's name, or from the trade, of the owner of the fund.
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