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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Pauloni


Pauletti has a large stock in Feltre in the Belluno area and a small one in Monfalcone in the Gorizia area. Pauletto is typical of the three Venices, particularly of the Vicenza area, of the Treviso area and of the Venetian area, Pauli, extremely rare, it would seem Trieste, the more widespread Paulin seems instead from Udine, from Trieste and in particular from Gorizia, Paulini, extremely rare too, is from Vicenza, Paulino, Paulo and Pauloni are almost unique, probably originating from errors of transcription, Paulon is typically Venetian and Friulian, widespread especially in vicentino and in the trevisano, Paulone, very rare, he would have considered Scanno nell'aquilano, Pauluzzi is typical of the Friuli and Julian area, of Trieste in particular, with stocks also in Udine and Udine and Gorizia, all these surnames should derive directly or through hypocoristic forms, both diminutive, endearing, or accretive, from the medieval Latin name Paulus, probably brought by the founders and differentiates perhaps from the different body types.

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

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