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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Lisandri


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Lisandrelli has a lineage in Scheggia and Pascelupo in the Perugian, and one in Rome, Lisandri, very rare, it would seem Lombard, Lisandrini, very very rare, has a small lineage from the Marche and one from Rome, Lisandrino, almost unique, seems to be from Sassari, Lisandro , very very rare, it has a small stock in Portogruaro in the Venetian area on the border with Udine, Lisandroni is almost unique, perhaps from the Marches, Lissandrelli has a small stock in the Verbanese and one in the lower Potentino, Lissandrello is decidedly Sicilian, of Ragusa above all, but with good presences also in Ispica and Giarratana still in the Ragusa area, Lissandri, very rare, is perhaps from Padua, originally from the Lissandrin area of Padua, a specific Veronese from Lissandrini, Lissandro, absolutely rare, has a small stock in the Cuneo area and one between Padua and Venice, all these surnames should derive, directly or through dialectal modifications, and in some cases hypocoristic or accretive, from apheretic forms of the name Alessandro, ric for example we order that Alessandro Manzoni was normally called Don Lisander, Lisandro is a particular character of Goldoni's Terence.

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


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