Scarabella is unique, Scarabelli seems to have two strains, one between Milanese and Pavese and one between Bolognese and Modena, Scarabello is typical of Padovano, Scaramella, diffused with leopard patch, it has strains in the Sondriese and in Brescia, in the Roman, Aquilano and Latinense and in Neapolitan and Salernitan, Scaramel, almost unique, it is Veneto, Scaramelli has a stump in Modena and Maranello, in Ferrara and Crevalcore in Bolognese, and a Tuscan strain in Pisa to Cascina and Pisa and Florence, Scaramello, practically unique, it would seem due to Transcription errors, Sgaramella is typical of Andria Nel Bari and Bari and Bitonto with small strains also in Cerignola in Foggiano and Modugno, Triggiano and Barletta always in the Bari, has also a large strain in Rome, Sgaramelli is virtually unique, should Derive from the medieval name Scaramellus or Scarabellus, of which you have for example traces in the TWELFTH century, in the diplomatic code of medieval Lombardy, in an act of 1150, it reads: ". Ego Scarabellus, Notarius sacred palatii, Scripsi, post traitor Conplevi et dedi. ", and in an Ecloga of Teofilo Folengo (1491-1544) reads:"... MI, MI Scaramella, socorsum fer, Quaeso: Cernis quantum male Tractor ab Ipso... "These names should in turn derive from the archaic Scaramella (brawl, small battle). Traces of these cognitive-ominizations are for example in the Venetian papers of 1500: "Quum is Dom Zacharias Scaramellus, Leonardi frater, qui proxime fuit apud majestatem regiam et dominationes vestras magnificas, Esset hinc Discessurus, profectione his Omnino ad Majestatem Regiam, Dominum nostrum clementissimum, Instituta, AB Eadem Pro Reliqua part unthinkable arum nostrarum anni Hujus, Nostrae Legationis Quarterfinals, a junii canteens 1556 ad 1557 Accepimus 2000 aureorum, Nos videlicet duo, Verancius et Zay.... ", the surname Scaramenlla It belongs to the Hebrew surnames. Integrations provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Scarabello: This is the surname Padua and Veronese Garavello with S prosthetic and G = C. Derives from the Venetian dialect word ' caravèlo ' = crab species. Olivieri 213. Scaramelli is common in the Venetian area, where we also find Scaramèl, the surname is of origin nicknamed, and derives from the medieval ' calamellus ' = Zampognaro. F. Violi, surname in Modena and Modenese, 1996.
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