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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Faraone


Pharaoh is decisively veneto, trevisano and Veneziano, particularly Vittorio Veneto and Tarzo in Trevisano and ad Eraclea and Spinea in Veneziano, Pharaoh and typical of centrosud with a large concentration in Sicily and in Palermo in Palermo in particular, Pharaohs and specific of Tuscany, Marche and Lazio, I may derive from the medieval Middle Eastern name Pharaoh, Pharaohs of whom we received a term in the Longobardorum story of Paolo Diacono: "... Tunc filius eius Aripert iterum bellum parans, pugnavit cum Liutperto rege aput Ticinum cumque Ansprando et Atone et Tatzone necnon et Rotharit ac Faraone ... ", but it is also possible that I come from soprannomi originated from local names, say, here it is possible 971 to Montoro (AV):" ... Memoratorium factum a Maraldus Presbyter filius Lanfrid (...) Michi said Petrus filius Musi (...) have his own powers of terriary power, and death, and love, and what is ecclesie Sancti Maximi has a place in Mu In the finibus rotensis, and whoever says of Pharaoh, he says that he is above the house of filii Adelgardi et usque ribus siccu ... "or from toponyms eat Pharaoh (TE).

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

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Nobles: Italia (Sicilia - Basilicata - Regno Di Sicilia)
Nobility: Nobili - Cavalieri
Language of the text: Italiano

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