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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Lorandi


Lóránd è particolarmente and distributed in Lombardy, nel bresciano a Brescia, Nuvolera, Bagnolo Mella, Castel Mella, a pimp, a Orzinuovi e Villa Carcina, nel bergamasco, from the Sovere, Costa Volpino out of the Love, ed a Milano, has a ceppo nel vicentino a Villa Verla ed uno in Trentino, a Trento, Cimone e Rovereto, Lorandini e tipicamente Trentino di Taio out of the Spormaggiore, Lorand, as it were, by a single, ha sparute presenze nel Trentino from the veronese ed in Piemonte, dovrebbero to divert to, direttamente o tramite un ipocoristico, dal nome inedioevale lorand , di cui abbiamo questo atto di conferimento in the un esempio di beni de uso del 1270: "for with the interests of all, and with the Ilbou the island, which raised the question on behalf of the Palatine Lawrence, the son of Kemer, which is known to me to belong to the great island of the truth more profoundly investigated at this point the king's Majesty, what countries they Lóránd, the son of his farms in one, from our long ago he had a gathering, he committed to the disbelief of those who run away from the kingdom of our God, together with the same goals in the coasts, which the said Lorand po ssederat has given, given, and compared the Monastery of Our Lady of the island hares, where our very dear son and the other sisters of the Order of Preachers, constantly serving God, residing permanently and irrevocably possess ... ".

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

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