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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Leander


LEANDER | LEANDRI | LEANDRO

Leander, almost unique, is typically Milanese and is a dialectal form of Leandri, who has a small stock in the Venetian dialect, one in Perugia in San Giustino, Deruta, Perugia, Città di Castello and Gualdo Cattaneo, and one in the Roman, Leandro, very more rare, it has a small lineage between Paduan and Venetian and one in Puglia between Bari and Taranto, they should all derive from the name of Greek origins Leandro, in turn originated by Leiandros from the union of the Greek terms leios (tranquil) and andros (man ) with the meaning of quiet man or from Leandros from the union of the Greek terms laos (people) and andros (man) with the meaning of man of the people.

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


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