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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Ramonda


Ramonda is typically Piedmontese, of Cuneese, of Busca, Cuneo, Verzuolo, Dronero, Caraglio, Costigliole Saluzzo and Savigliano, Ramondi is almost unique, Ramondini, very rare, has very small strains in Piedmont, presences in Liguria and Campania, Ramondino has a small A log in Naples and Avellino, presences in the Reggio Calabria and Vibonese and a small stump in Palermo, Ramondo has a small strain in the Imperiese, one at Casoli in the Teatino and one in Torre del Greco in Naples and Centola in Salerno, should derive, directly or through Hypochoristic, from the medieval name French Ramond or the Galician name Ramonde, both of which are derived from the Germanic medieval name Ragimund, composed of the terms Ragin (Council, Wisdom) and mund (protection, protection), with the meaning of protector of reason.

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

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