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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Libardi


LIBARDI | LIBARDO | LIBARDONI

Levico Terme in Trentino in gross ceppo from the Libardi ha un, un ceppo from the Manduria from the Sant'Agata dei Goti nel Beneventano ed uno nel Tarentum, Libardo, assolutamente a very unusual, ha sparute presenze sparsely qua e là per l'Italia, ma parrebbe longing to have one of the prevalenza méridionale, Libardoni always has a ceppo from Levico Terme in Trentino, dovrebbero shift, direttamente o path together form accrescitiva dal home inedioevale Libardus (arcaica in the form of a leopard) di cui abbiamo a quest'ode for example: "... among them, to me, the Supreme, and the before - and are Gontherus to be mentioned is the Libardus - Boesinghae, a watcher, and much more, the priest - people, star-bright liquid feeding - may be manifested, litteris sacriq of law - at Louvain became licentiate, - with these things in the sacred, too, Doctor of both laws - have been instructed Tite, and laboring under the -Dilecto varies brother to me through the years. .. ".

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


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