Moscarda. extremely rare, it would seem typical of Gorizia and Trieste, Moscardi has a main stock in Lombardy, particularly in Breno in the Brescia area, with significant presences also in Piancogno, Cividate Camuno, Alfianello, Bienno and Darfo Boario Terme, has a stock in Florence, Calenzano , Sesto Fiorentino and Fiesole, has a small stock between Rovigoto and Paduan, a stock in L'Aquila and one in Rome, Moscardin, very rare, is typical of Codevigo and Pontelongo in the Padua area, Moscardini has stocks in Pavia, Modena and Tuscany , especially in the Lucca area of Barga, Coreglia Antelminelli, Lucca, Castelnuovo Di Garfagnana and Massarosa, and one in Rome, Moscardino, very rare, has a stock in Casalnuovo di Napoli and Naples, Moscardo has a stock in Verona and Padua. a Piedmontese in Alessandria, all derive directly or through hypocorisms from the medieval name Moscardus of which we have an example in a Carta venditionis of 1182 in Cremona: "... in hac venditione renonciavit, investivit n omine venditionis Moscardum de Antegnato nominatim de novem petiis lands on iuris inter aratoriam et buschivam et cum sedimine one que iacet in curte Rovereti ... ", in some cases, the Friulian stock could derive from the name of a place and a course of water that flows into the Timavo called Moscarda, could also derive from nicknames generated by the Moscardo a particular type of falcon. additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Moscardini: it is a nickname, from the well-known moscardino rodent, which translates to "young fashion guy". He is also alive in the Reggio area. Source: F. Violi, surnames in Modena and Modena, 1996.
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