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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Mulazzano


MULAZZANI | MULAZZANO

Mulazzani has a stock in the area of intersection between the Milanese, Bergamo and Cremona areas, and a core in the Rimini and Pesaro areas, Mulazzano, which would seem extremely rare in western Piedmont, should derive from toponyms such as Mulazzano in the Lodi area or Mulazzano di Coriano in the Rimini area. but it is also possible a direct derivation from the Latin name Mulatius, as a family or property connection, those of Mulazio, those of the Mulazio estate, traces of these surnames we find in Pancalieri in Turin in 1600 with the notary Gio Batta Mulazzani of Murello ( CN). additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Mulazzani is a Rimini surname from the toponym Mulazzano (Coriano, RN), which refers to the Latin personal Munatius or, according to Polloni 833, to the adjective 'muricianus' from' muria '= brine, saline water, or from' mollicianus' derived from 'mollitia' = mollizia (it. ancient) (ed with the meaning of delicacy, but also of shamelessness and effeminacy).

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


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