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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Scarpitta


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Scarpa is absolutely pan-Italian, Scarpetta has a strain of Marchigiano, one in Frusinate, one between Bari and Tarentine and one between Neapolitan and Salerno, Scarpetti has a strain in the Pesarese, one in Piceno and one in Rome, Scarpi has a Veneto strain in Cavallino-Treporti (VE), Venice and Verona with a secondary strain in Ravenna and Forlì, and a Tuscan strain in Florence, Sesto Fiorentino, Arezzo and Siena, Scarpis has a strain in the Trevisano in Colle Umberto in particular, Scarpitta in addition to the Sicilian strain in Palermo and the Palermo and in Trapani Marsala, Petrosino and Trapani, and Sciacca in the Agrigentino, also presents a strain in Salerno, Santa Marina, Sapri and Camerota, should all derive from nicknames, even dialectal, originated probably from the craft of shoemaker, traces of these We find them in the state archives of Notaries of the Republic of Venetadove for example from the year 1419 al1435 turns out to operate this Notaro Cristoforo De Scarpis, and at the beginning of the 1600 Gerolamo Scarpa was Matteo is notary of the judges of the streets and charms of Bergamo (every year, in December, the main council of the city of Bergamo with secret ballot appointed two citizens Ultratrentenni, one of the two belonging to the College of Jurists, Judges of the streets and Enchanters.

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


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