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STOPPA | STOPPANI | STUPPA | STUPPANI

Stoppa has strains in Lombardy between Milan, Pavese and Varesotto, in Turin, between Veronese, Rovigoto and Ferrarese, in the Forlivese, in Leghorn and in the Barese, Stuppa, almost unique, is probably due to transcription error of the previous, Stoppani would seem Lombard, Stuppani is dovito to errors of transcription, should all derive from nicknames originated or the fact that the founder in his craft use the tow or to build armchairs or sofas or to caulk boats or that had Physical characteristics that recall the tow as for example the hair.

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


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