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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Librandi


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Librandi is typically Calabrian, of the Cosentino, of Castiglione Cosentino, Rose, Rossano and Cosenza and of Cirò Marina in Crotonese, with a block in Genoa and Rome, Librando, much rarer, there is a logotype in the leeccese, in particular in Melissano and one of them in Catania, a dovrebbero derives from the midwives of Germanic origins, like Alibrandus (see ALIBRANDI), as a consequence of this aesthetic way, we received a mention in a 1025 ditch at Comazzo: "in public way in adjudicated judgment cum and Adam qui et Lanfrancus Daiberbus Atto Anselmus Librandus iudices sacri palacii. Adroaldus, Alricus. Unipertus. Constantius. legem viventes Rubuariorum. Albericus de Goldenica. Vitus et Sjgeradus. Unifredus de Carcani ... ".

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


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