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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Palombieri


Palomba is typically from Campania, above all from the Neapolitan dialect, with strains also in the Tarantino, Isernio, Rome and Sardinia, Palombella, very rare, is typical of the Bari and Taranto areas, Palombelli, very very rare, is from Lazio, Palombi is common in the central strip that includes Marche, Umbria and Lazio, Palombieri, absolutely rare, is typical of the belt that includes Umbria Lazio and Teramo, Palombo is typical of Lazio, with stocks also in Abruzzo and Molise, Palommella is almost unique and would appear to be of the central belt, Palumba , absolutely rare, it is from the south, Palumbella, absolutely rare, it is Apulian, Palumbi, very rare, it is typical of Teramo, Palumbo is very diffused throughout the central south, all derive from nicknames linked to diminutive or endearments of the dialect word palumbo (colombo) ) also used as a name, as can be deduced from this 1300 text in Pescara: "... Est profecto quaedam villa vocata Superclo, in Sancti Valentini Castello translata, quam to Tederamo et Palumbo germanis fliis quondam Reparati legaliter ad profectum Piscariensis Ecclesiae triginta solidis emit. .. ", but it is also possible that many strains derive from names of localities such as Roccapalumbia (PA), Cessapalombo (MC), Colpalombo (PG), Santa Palomba (RM) and many others.

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

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