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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Redo


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Reda is typical of the Cosentino, with a strain also in the Palermitano, in the Neapolitan, Salerno and Avellinese, in Viterbo and Romano and in Macerata, Redi is present in Macchia di leopard a bit throughout Italy, with strains between Alexandrian and Pavese, between Vicenza, Padua and Venetian, between Florentine, Siena and Aretino, with appreciable presences also in Livorno and Grossetano, in the Roman, between Caserta and Napoletano, in the Brindisino, in the Vibonese and in the Catanese, Redo is instead specific of the Trevisano and Veneziano, should derive from Apheretic forms of names such as the Latin Aluredes, the Norman Aubreda or Enoredus, the Lombard Reccared, or the Provençal Sered, or from truncated forms of names such as Redolfus or similar, even if one cannot exclude a derivation from nicknames originated from the term Medieval redo (lamb, calf, but also heir).

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


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