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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Ligia


LIGIA

Ligia, very weird, has a stink on Zeddiani in Oristano, Cagliari and Cagliari. Integrations provided by Giuseppe Concas LIGIA: from lithium, in it meaning of lily, from Latin lillium = lily. In Campidano il iligio I call him his friend, closer to Latin. Ligia (logudorese) dovrebbe be the plural of ligio, from Latin latino lillia. Many names derive from the names of plants or flowers: example, Sitzia = margherita; Gravello = garlic; Lillu = nettle; Zanda, Tanda e Pubusa = poppy; Altea = height; Chessa and Gessa = lentischio; Mura = blackberry; Fenu = fieno; Figus = fico; Orrù = rovine; Cherchi = oak; Pisu, Petedu, Castangia, Concudu, Garzia, Pibiri, Porru, Sainas, Uda and many others. Here are some ancient documents: from the Pace de Eleonora figurative figurine 1 Liggia e 5 Ligia: Liggia (de) Molentino, Barbagiana town. (* distrutto, Contrate Partis Varicati - Barigadu); Ligia (de) Andrea, jurato ville Nurapulia (* odierno Narbolia - Contrate Partis de Milis); Ligia (de) Benedicto, town Lunamadrona; Ligia (de) Mariano, mayor (mayor, administrator) ville Meana (Meana Sardo); Ligia (de) Sthefano, sworn ville Semestene (* odierno,

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


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