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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Pirola


Pirola is specific to the Milan area, low to the Como and Varese areas, Piroli has a stock in the Milanese area, one in the Piacenza area and Parma and one in Lazio between Viterbo, Rome and above all, Latin and Aquila, Pirolla, almost unique, seems to be Neapolitan, Pirolli is widespread in the area that includes the Roman, the frusinate, the iserniese, the Caserta and the Neapolitan, with particular concentration in Rome, in Cassino and Sant'Elia Fiumerapido in the frusinate, in Pozzilli in the iserniese, and in Naples and Aversa in the Caserta area, Pirollo, very rare, has a small Venetian lineage, one between frusinate, Iserniese and Caserta and one in the Salerno area, Pirolo has a Venetian stock especially in the Paduan and Venetian areas, and a southern one in the Naples area, Avellino, Salerno, a small stock in the Potentino and one in the Bari area should all derive from nicknames linked to the late Latin word pirolus (pear tree).

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

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