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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Faiola


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Faiola is typically Lazio, of the Roman, Latin and frusinate, of Fondi above all, Sperlonga, Terracina, Sonnino and Latina in the Latin, of Rome and Marino in the Roman and of Frosinone and Pastena in the frusinate, Faioli, absolutely rare, has a small stock in the campobassano and an even smaller one in the Cremona area, Faiolo is practically unique, in some cases these surnames could derive from the Terni toponym of Faiolo, or from other toponyms or place names, such as the Faiola forest in the Roman one mile away from Marino , the common origin is however the dialectal term faiola for faggiola or beeches, we find ancient traces of these surnames in a deed dated 1343 where among others a Guillelmo Arnaldi de Faiola notary from Provence, an Arnaldo de Faiola and an Ademario are mentioned de Faiola domicelli, at the end of the 1600s in Livorno we find a certain Anselmus Faiolus, a French merchant.

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


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