Rasore is typical of Sant'Olcese in the Genoese and Genoa, Rasori, has a strain on the ground, a small in the Mantano, a slightly less rare in the Reggiano, Reggio Emilia, Correggio and Bagnolo in Piano, and in Parma, it is also possible to a strain of Marche between Pesaro and Ancona , and one in Rome, Razore is specific to Genoa, Razori, extremely rare, is of the Spezzino, should derive all from nicknames originated from the Latin word rasorius (razor) and by extension Barber, as we confirm this writing of 1272: "... Noverint universes quod nos iacobus dei gracia rex etc. for Nos et our damus et concedimus tibi, moves el neyto iudeo iacce, in Tota vita tua scribaniam almudini et officium rasore ipsius almudini ville iacce. Eng scilicet quod tu toto tempore vine Tue, Dum Bene et fideliter in Ipso officio Te Habueris, Scribas ea que scribenda fuerint in ipso Almudino vel racione ipsius; Et radas mensuras Bladi et aliorum que in dicto Almudino mensurabuntur et radi debebunt; ET exerceas predicta sicut alii Ipsa tenentes variousperiods preteritis ea Melius exercere consueverint.... ", but one can not exclude a possible derivation from the name of Origin Franca Rasorius of which we have an example with the noble Franco Hubertus Rasorius (985-1016), Traces of these cognitive finds are in Parma in 1700 with the master designer Angelo Rasori, architect of the Fidenza Hospital and the Sanvitale Palace in Parma.
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