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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Libanora


Libanora, almost unique, would seem to be Venetian from the Rovigoto, Libanore has a stock in the Rovigoto in Rovigo, Guarda Veneta and Arquà Polesine, and in Venice and Ferrara, Libanori has a small stock in the Rovigoto, one in Bologna and Ferrara and one in Latina Roman in Albano Laziale and Rome, Libanoro, almost unique, is from the Rovigoto, should derive from the medieval name Libanorus, of which we have an example in a deed of 1316: ".. Libanorus q. Tonni de Galisterna permutavit petiam terre in terra Galisterne in loco here called Rivola: a latere iura S. Martini .. ", a name also brought by a King of Portugal, as we can read in the book by Andrea da Barberino (~ 1370-1432) the Reali di Francia:" ... Being Gisbert lost in the love of Sibilla, so much so that he had forgotten his own kingdom, intervened that a familiar, jester of King Libanorus of Lusintania, brother who was of King Carianus, went, as they go and 'buffoons, in Sibyl; and when vidde Gisberto, he immediately recognized him, and returned to Lusintan he said to the king Libanorus how the one who had died his brother and had taken Sibyl by wife, was Gisbert, king of Franza, and told him of the lebra, and because he had left, and that in Franza it was believed that he had died .

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

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