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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Loiodice


GIODICE | LO | LO GIUDICE | LOGIODICE | LOGIUDICE | LOIODICE | LOIUDICE | LOJODICE | LOJUDICE

Logiodice is specific to Corleto Perticara in the area of Potenza, as is the almost unique form of Lo Giodice, Logiudice, very rare, specific to the Reggio area, Lo Giudice is widespread throughout Sicily and Calabria, Loiodice is typical of Corato (BA ), Loiudice is specific to Altamura (BA), Lojodice and Lojudice, absolutely rare, they are specific to the Bari area, they should all derive from having the progenitors the responsibility of a judge, who in the distant past not only took care only of administering justice , but also to administratively manage a territory, it is also possible, however, that in some cases these are nicknames attributed to the founders, obviously worthy of being called by that title.

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


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