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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Fiorinello


FIORIN | FIORINELLI | FIORINELLO | FIORINI | FIORINO

Fiorin is typically Venetian, of Paduan in particular, Fiorinelli is very rare and specific to the Caserta area, Fiorinello, absolutely rare, almost unique as an archaic branch of the previous one, Fiorini is widespread throughout the centronord, while Fiorino is specific to the centrosud. , derive directly, through dialectal truncated forms, or through hypocorisms from the Latin cognomen Fiorinus brought for example by a general of Julius Caesar, the use of this name can be found for example also in Siena in 1400, where we find Iacopo Fiorino de Boninsegni literate and poet and in Brescia in 1500 with the master violin maker Fiorino Inverardi, it is also possible a derivation from nicknames originated from the word fiorino, a medieval coin often aurea or silvery, in use for example in the Medicean Tuscany, perhaps to indicate a particularly wealthy condition.

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


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