Specific to Saint John In Charge (FR), should derive from a nickname related to the dialect word suitable for those who finish the Bears. Additions provided by Fabio Paolucci would seem a surname typical of the municipality of San Giovanni in charge (FR), but it is also widespread in Rome. At the base there may be the cognominized nickname constituted by the expression Stracqua L'urso, then pluralized to designate the entire household. Literally the dialect expression should mean water, drown the bear or bears, coined in all likelihood in connection with a singular episode of the life of the ancestor of the stump or in reference to its activity (e.g. Tanner or Trader of animal skins).
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