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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Saverino


SAVERI | SAVERINI | SAVERINO | SAVERIO

Saveri is specific to the area that includes Perugino, Ternano, Viterbo and Romano, Saverini, almost unique, would seem Tuscan, Saverino has a Calabrian strain in the Reggino, to Gioia Tauro, Grotteria, Gioiosa Ionica and Roccella Ionica, and to Catanzaro, and a Sicilian, to Palermo, Ficarazzi, Bagheria and Termini Imerese in Palermo and Alcamo in Trapani, Saverio, very rare, has a strain in the tarentine and one in the Lecco, should derive, directly or through Hypochoristic, the Italian name Saverio, an alteration of the Latin nomen Severus or Severius.

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


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