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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Santolo


Santoli has a log in Bologna, Italy, Monzuno and Porretta Terme, small strains in Pisa and Florentine, a strain in Rome, a small strain in Orta Nova in the Foggia and a very substantial strain in the Avellinese in Rocca San Felice, Torella dei Lombardi, guard Lombardi, Bisaccia and Avellino, Santolin has a strain between Vicenza and Trevisano, at the most high, Arzignano, Valdagno and Vicenza in the Vicentino and Montebelluna, Roncade, Maserada sul Piave and Country in Trevisano, Santolini has a Venetian strain, one in Bolognese, Ravenna , Forlivese and Rimini and one in Pesaro, Ancona and Maceratese, Santolino is almost unique, Santolo, very very rare, it seems to be Campano, with a tiny stump of Lucania in Salerno, Santoloni, practically unique, it would seem latial, should All derive, directly or through a hypochoral or accreitive form, from a dialect nickname, common to many Italian dialects, based on the term Santolo (godfather of baptism or confirmation), a term derived from the medieval word Tardolatino Sanctulus, with the same meaning.

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

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