Lenardi is a typical Friulian, from the provinces of Udine and Gorizia, Lenardis, more rare, is specific to the upper Udine area, Lenarduzzi is decidedly Friulian, from San Giorgio della Richinvelda, Spilimbergo and Zoppola in the Pordenone area and Trieste, Leonardelli is characteristic of Trentino, of Pergine Valsugana, Baselga di Pinè, Coredo, Trento and Bosentino, Leonadi, practically unique, should be due to an erroneous recording of Leonardi, which is widespread throughout Italy, Leonardo, decidedly less common, is more properly than the south, Campania, southern Calabria and Sicily, Leonardini is not very widespread and is specific of eastern Liguria and western high Tuscany, Lonardelli has a stock in the Verona area and one between Terlizzi and Bitonto (BA), Lonardi is typical of the Verona area, Lonardo is decidedly Campanian in particular. present in the areas of Caianello (CE), Montesarchio (BN) and San Gregorio Magno (SA), Lunardelli is specific to the area between Treviso, Venice and lowland denonese, Lunardello, very rare, seems to be from Vicenza, Lunardi is widespread throughout Veneto and northern Tuscany, Lunardo is typical Sicilian from Enna
Lunardelli has a Treviso strain in the area of Oderzo and surroundings and one in Nodica (PI), Lunardello, absolutely rare, is from the Vicenza area, Lunardi is very common in Veneto, upper Tuscany and Lombardy, Lunardini has a Lucca stock and one Romagnolo, Lunardo would seem to have a Sicilian lineage in Enna and one in the Veneto, all derive from modifications of the name Leonardo, traces of this use are given, for example, in an act of 1391 in Ferrara: "... Still ave from Opecino famio de messer Lunardo for orço ch'el ge vendè libre vij, ... "or in Rimini in 1431:" ... Some rebellions and burning of books were left in Arimino, Pesaro, Fano, Fossombrone, and out of Rimini Giohanne de Lamberto and Lunardo Rovello ... ". additions provided by Franco Lunardi Lunardi is a characteristic surname of Foza. To outline, albeit briefly, the history of this family of Foza is like taking the history of the whole country by the hand ...
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