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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Rampo


Rampi is typical of the Pavese, Rampin, decidedly Veneto, it has a stump in Padua and, in Padovano, Ponte San Nicolò, Conselve and Albignasego, Venetian in Venice, Camponogara, Campolongo Maggiore and Mira and Pederobba in Trevisano, Rampini is spread to patches of leopard in All the Centronord, Rampino is decidedly apulian, of the Foggiano, of the Brindisi and especially of the Lecce and of Trepuzzi in particular, Rampo is instead typical of Veronese and Vicenza, Rampon is typically Veneto, of Schio in Vicenza, of Iesolo in the Venetian in particular, Rampone has a Campania and a Piedmontese strain, but crampons would seem specific to lombardoveneto and Bolognese, should derive, directly or through hypochoristic or accreitive, even dialectal, from the medieval Germanic name Rampus of We have an example in a Cartula Venditionis of 1172 in Pavia already in the form Cognominale: "... Dominus Alinerius, Filius quondam Iohannis presbyeris, here Profesus est ex nacione his lege live Roman, Vendidit et tradidit ad proprium Rufino Lando, Filio quondam Uberti Rampi, Pecias tres iuris aratoriums on Positas in Terrarium Sartirane.... ".

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

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