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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Longin


LONGHINI | LONGHINO | LONGIN | LONGINI | LONGINO

Ceppo nel pesarese Longhini ha un, uno nel Vicentino, from the milanese one nel Mantovano ed uno tra varesotto, Longhini, molto raro, e in a specific dell'udinese, Longin, estremamente rarely, e del vicentino, Longinus, estremamente rarely find a man delta could refer their Original Ira zone Lombardy, Emilia e Toscana Longino assolutamente unusual sembrerebbe del centrosud, dovrebbero tutti divert to give variazioni del home inedioevale Longinns, di cui abbiamo an example in epoca longobarda History List Langobardomm di Paolo Diacono: "... Then Helmich, extinct , Alboin, his kingdom was to invade to remove it. But he was not able, because the Langobards were in too much of the death of him being sore troubled, him, they tried to blow it out. and immediately, Rosamund, Longinus, an ex prefect of Ravenna, the command to make him go faster the ship, would direct her, which will enable them to support the can. Longinus as such a messenger, so happy by this, he in all haste into the ship, hath directed me on how Helmich with Rosamund, his own, her spouse already, at night, they fled, and went in. and taking them away with him Albsuinda the king's daughter, and the Almighty em Lombard store swiftly came to Ravenna .... ".

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


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