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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Rebelli


Rebelli, almost unique, would be a triestine, Rebello, even rarer, is perhaps Friulano, rebels has a small strain in Brescia, one in Perugino and one between Viterbo to Ronciglione and Rome and Roman, Ribello, much rarer, is typical of Neapolitan and Casertano, could Be of Angevine origin and derive from French toponyms, as could be deduces from this act of October 1253 referring to Hugh IV ° Duke of Burgundy: "... In Montana Sittis, Excepta Forest our Prout Dependet Super Eduam to Forest nutum usque ad forestam que fuit domini guidonis de Ribello militis defuncti, ad usum dikti deans et omnium et singulorum canonicorum, presbyerorum et clericorum ad servitium Matris Ecclesie Eduensis deputatorum, et ad domos suas... ", but much more likely derive from nicknames originated from the behavior or character of the parent.

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

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