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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Scannavino


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Scanavin has a small log in Milan and one in Sandrigo in Vicenza, Scanavini has a small strain in Milan and Pavia, a large one in Ferrara and in Modena in Finale Emilia and Formigine, and a very small one in Genoa, Scanavino has a large Piedmontese strain in Priocca in Cunees And in Turin, with significant presences also at Alba (CN), in Castelnuovo Don Bosco in the Asti and Salussola in Biella, and a small strain also at Albisola Superiore in Savona and Sestri Levante in the Genoese, Scannavin, almost unique, is from the lower Bresciana, Scannavini has an Emiliano strain in Modena, Mirandola, Medolla and Carpi in Modena and Bologna, and a stump in Milan and one in Rome, Scannavino, typically Sicilian, has a stump in Palermo and one in Ragusa, should all derive from nicknames probably originated From the propensity to the wine of the ancestor, of this use we have an example uin an act of 1483 where

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


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