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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Saturnino


SATURNI | SATURNINI | SATURNINO | SATURNO

Saturni has a strain at Ostra Vetere, Senigallia and Arcevia in the Anconetano and a Roman one in Rome and in Formello, Saturnini has a small strain to Oppeano and Bovolone in Veronese, one in Luco dei Marsi Nell'aquilano, and one in Rome and Paliano in Frusinate, Saturnino has a strain PI Ccolissimo Nell'alessandrino, one in Rome and in Formia and Sperlonga in Latinense, one in the Neapolitan in Pozzuoli, Naples, Castellammare di Stabia and Ischia, and in the Salerno in Cava de ' Tirreni, also presents a very small strain in Castrovillari in the Cosentino, Saturn has Various strains around Italy, Genoa and Balestrino in Savona, in Sardinia at Ozieri in Sassarese, in Rome, in Neapolitan in Naples, Castellammare di Stabia, Acerra and Casoria, but the main strain is in Salernitano, Camerota, Pagani and Centola, also presents a Small log in Puglia to Acquaviva of the sources in the Bari, in Calabria to Lamezia Terme (CZ) and in Sicily in Marsala in Trapani, should derive directly or through hypochoristic from the cognomen Latino Saturnius or Saturninus, brought for example by the Questor Lucius Appuleius Saturnius

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


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