Tabbuso is specific to Saint Elizabeth in the Agrigentino, Tabusi, Unico, is Roman, and is probably due to a mistaken transcription of the surname Tabussi, which, almost unique, it would seem of the Roman, Tabuso, extremely rare, it would seem Sicilian, perhaps of the Catanese, Tabusso, quite rare, is Piedmontese, specific to Torino and Turin, a possible derivation, especially for the Sicilian strain, could be from the name of the ancient Egyptian city of Tabusiris Magna to about thirty kilometers from Alexandria, Perhaps the place of origin of the ancestor. We find traces of these cognitive cognizations in the Catania in an act of 1521: "Die X agusti villi 1521 Inventory of Li Loy of La Gloriusa virgìni et martiri Santa Agatha Facto intra the sacristy of La Majuri ecclesìa of la Clarissima quotes of Cathania for Mi notar Vito Tabuso Notaro said the bank of the magnificent Lurati of La dicta cita de voluntate et mandate of the magnificent Lacobu Rìchuli, Iacobu Traversa et Bernardo lìxandrano tredecem et present et videndi. And in Buy the Reverend Patri Iohanni Iuvini Prìolu of the Majuri diet... ". Integrations provided by Daniele Zaia Tabusso is a Piedmontese surname. I suggest the possible derivation from a nickname originated from the dialectal voice "Tabuss", Battocchio. Integrations provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Tabusso is the Sicilian surname variant of Tabbuso that perhaps comes from the ancient French ' tabus ' = Gazzarra, Strepito, as a nickname of a quartful. Cf. the French surnames Tabouis, Tabusse. G. Caracausi, II, 1590.
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