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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Famegli


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Fameglio, absolutely rare, has some presence in the Alessandria area and some in the Roman and in the frusinate, Famigli, very very rare, it would seem of the Modenese, Famiglietti has a Tuscan lineage in Pisa, in Santa Maria a Monte, Castelfranco di Sotto and Volterra, and one, decidedly more consistent, from Campania, especially in the Avellino area, in Frigento and Sturno, but with good presences also in Castel Baronia, Avellino, Grottaminarda, Gesualdo, Villamaina, Carife and Solofra always in the Avellino area and in Naples, Famiglio, almost unique , it is specific of Turin, they should derive, directly or through a hypocoristic form, from nicknames based on the archaic familiar term (servant, servant, servant), thus probably indicating that the progenitors had been at the service of people of a certain level.

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


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