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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Mori


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E specified by a dell'ltalia the center of the settentrionale to die, to die, assolutamente a very unusual, sembrerebbe del settore the western dell'ltalia settentrionale, More e and distributed in tutt'Italia, dovrebbero tutti, shift the More di cui abbiamo un esempio dal nome italiano medioevale del 1181 a little book in a single Charter of a Milano: "... that is, the slices have the two moons were seen only a short distance from the dike of the land, which the other scriptane of Milan, near the gate of the hairdresser, and sold Joseph to the place to land, and that the charter of selling their scriptanis the aforesaid sack with them, and they have done to-day, as in the More that is contained in this charter it is a notebook inintegrum, so that from this time on I shall have to have the title of a little book, and they ought to hold of the aforesaid sack: and to whom they shall deliver to the above-mentioned, and the heirs of the earth, and of them of More, to create an other accessions of the River, and from that time he and all his own ... ".

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


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