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Fabbri is widespread throughout the central north, with maximum concentration in Emilia and Tuscany, Fabbris is certainly northern, more characteristic of Turin, Milan and Padua and Venice, Fabbro is specific to the three Venices, with maximum concentration in Friuli, Venezia Giulia , Fabris would seem to be specific to the Venetian regions, but there could also be a nucleus in the area defined by the provinces of Milan and Varese. All derive, also through various alterations, from the trade name of the faber, probable occupation carried out by the founders, the trade of faber corresponded to that of artisan, from the blacksmith to the carpenter, to the mason: "... faber vel fabricator qui bona produxit vel fabricat .. ". integration provided by Francesco Fabbris In Veneto the surname Fabris has nothing to do with the profession of blacksmith, but with the profession of mason. In Latin faber means the one who built. The locksmith in Veneto is Favero or Favaro or Faveri. coat of arms supplied by Armando Milani

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

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