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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Pulicelli


PULICE | PULICELLI | PULICI

Pulice is typical of the Cosentino, of San Giovanni in Fiore, Amantea, Lamezia Terme and Belmonte Calabro, Pulicelli, absolutely rare, perhaps originating in the South Milanese, Pulici, quite rare, seems typical of North Milan and Bergamo, with a possible Roman strain And one Nisseno, could derive directly or through hypochoristic from the Latin cognomen Pulicius of which we trace on an ancient Roman plaque: "D (IS) M (Anibus) s (acrum)-Ziogas v Pulicio (ernae) Leptitan (o) v (ixit) A (nNOS) XCII-P (osuit) Filia Pulicia Florina Patri Most ", but it is also possible to derive from nicknames originated from the archaic word pulice (flea).

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


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