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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Saul


Saul is absolutely very rare, Saule is a triestine, Sauli has a triestine strain, a Roman one and a Abruzzo one in Civitella Roveto Nell'aquilano, Saulini has a stump in Rome and Bellegra in the Roman, Saulino has a stump in Rome, one in Isernia and one in Neapolitan, in Naples , San Paolo Bel Sito, Nola and Liveri, Saulle has a Campania strain between Casertano, Neapolitan and Salerno and one in Bari, Saulli is typical of Rome and Rieti, Saullo has a strain in Naples and Pisciotta (SA), a Cosentino in Montalto Uffugo and nearby areas and a Sicilian to (d) Alcamo (TP), Saul has a small Roman strain and one in Cetraro (CS), they should all derive, either directly or through hypochoral or dialectal alterations, or from the Judaic noun, or from the Latin nomen Saulus, remember that Paul of Tarsus before the conversion Called Saul: "... Saulus Hebreo sermon temptatio dictus, eo quod prius in Temptatione aecclesiae sit uersatus. Persecutor enim erat, Inde nomen habebat istud quia persequebatur Christianos. Postea mutated nominations, de Saulo factus est Paulus, quod interpretatur mirabilis siue electus. ...".

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

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