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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Longarini


Longarini is specific to the central belt that includes the Marche, Umbria and Lazio, in particular Fano in the Pesaro area, Macerata and Senigallia in the Ancona area, and Terracina in the latinense area, Rome and Poggio Mirteto in the Rieti area, Longarino, practically unique, should be due to a mistaken transcription of the previous one, Lungarini is specific of Velletri and Roma in the Roman period and of Amaseno in the frusinate, and has a very small Fano stock in the Marche region, they should derive from hypocoristic forms derived from the Illyrian name Longarus, we remember with this name a King of the Dardanians, an ancient Illyrian people who lived in northern Macedonia, as we read in the Ab Urbe seasoned by Tito Livio: "..Hac satis felice expeditione bello commisso reguli ac principes accolae Macedonum in castra Romana ueniunt, Pleuratus Scerdilaedi filius et Amynander Athamanum rex et ex Dardanis Bato Longari filius: bellum his nomination Longarus cum Demetrio Philippi patre gesserat pollicentibus auxilia respondit consult Da rdanorum et Pleurati opera, cum exercitum in Macedoniam induceret, .. ", a name also brought by the father of a Dalmatian leader.

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

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