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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Nardo


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The Nardo has a small stock in Taranto and a more consistent one in Palermo, with presences also in Campobello di Licata in the Agrigento area and in Messina, it should derive

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

NARDACCHIONE | NARDECCHI | NARDECCHIA | NARDELLA | NARDELLI | NARDELLO | NARDESCHI | NARDESE | NARDI | NARDICCHI | NARDICCHIA | NARDICCHIO | NARDIELLO | NARDIN | NARDINI | NARDINOCCHI | NARDO | NARDON | NARDONE | NARDONI | NARDULLI | NARDULLO

Nardacchione, very rare, is typical of the area between Campobassano and Foggia, the particular of Cercepiccola, Vinchiaturo and Campobasso, in the Campobasso area, Nardecchi, almost unique, it would seem to be from Abruzzo, Nardecchia is very common in L'Aquila and in Rome, in the Roman in Valmontone, Frascati and Mentana, in the Latin areas of Latina, Sezze, Sermoneta and Priverno and in Filettino nel frusinate, Nardella has a Lazio and Neapolitan lineage, a nucleus in the Foggia area above all in San Marco In Lamis, Sansevero, Sannicandro Garganico and Foggia and one in Sava (TA), Nardelli is present as a leopard spot throughout the peninsula, but particularly in Trentino, Lazio, Caserta and Naples and in Puglia, Nardello has a stock in the Vicenza area in Caldogno, Schio, Piovene Rocchette and Santorso , as well as a stock in Sicily in Palma di Montechiaro in the Agrigento, Nardeschi, almost unique, would seem Umbrian, Nardese, very very rare, typical of the Trevisano area, Venetian, Nardi is widespread in the central north, Nardicchi is practically unique, Nardicchia, extremely rare, would seem to have originated in the province of Pescara, Nardicchio, always very rare, could have an Abruzzese and one in the Neapolitan lineage, Nardiello is specific to the area that includes the Neapolitan, Avellino, Potentino and Bari areas, Nardin is typical of the Triveneto, but it would seem to have also a not secondary strain in the province of Latina, Nardinocchi is typical of the area between Piceno and Teramo, of Ascoli Piceno, Castel di Lama and Appignano del Tronto in the Ascoli and Pineto, Roseto degli Abruzzi and Sant'Egidio alla Vibrata in Teramo, Nardo would seem to have more stocks, in south-eastern Sicily and in Calabria, in the Neapolitan and in the Veneto, Nardini more properly Tuscan, would seem to have also stocks in Friuli and in Romagna and upper Marche, Nardon is specific to Trentino, Vicenza, Trento, Roverè della Luna, Cembra, Lavis and Lisignago in the Trentino region with branches also in Alto Adige, but the main line pale is in the Visentino area at Valdagno, Schio and Montecchio Maggiore, Nardone is specific to the area that includes the provinces of Rome, Latina and Frosinone, with a nucleus in the Benevento area and Avellino, Nardoni should have two nuclei, in the Florentine and Lazio regions,

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


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