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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Picardi


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Picardi has a Genoese lineage and a Campania nucleus, Picardo, very very rare, it would seem Avellino, Piccardi has strains in the Genoese and Savona with branches in the Cagliari area, in the Bergamo area and between Florentine and Arezzo, Piccardo is typical Genoese with branches also in the Savona area, Piccardoni , very rare, is typical of the urban area, deriving from the Italian medieval name Picardus derived from the ethnic (of Picardy), an example of this use is found in Bergamo in 1200 with a certain Picardo of the late Albertino Paneterii from Bergamo and in a sentence: "... in the stalls Bergomi fuit combustus unus quidem Picardus iuvenis stipendiatus in arce propter sodomiæ delictum; et lata fuit sententia are tubarum super regio novo ...",

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


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