Late has a Roman strain, one in Acerra in Naples and one in Sicily in Palermo and Partinico in Palermo and Santa Margherita di belice in Agrigentino, Tardini, very rare, could be of Modena origin, Tardino has some presence in the Neapolitan and a strain In Sicily in Licata in Agrigentino and one in Mazara del Vallo in Trapani, with attendance also in Gela in Nisseno, late is typically Sicilian, with a stump in the Catania to Mineo, Ramacca and Bronte, and a stump in Palermo and Countess Entellina, Tardon, almost Unique, it is Piedmontese, Tardoni is practically unique, perhaps of central Italy, should derive, directly or through a diminutive, or an accretive, from the apheresis of medieval names of Germanic origin, such as Gunthard, Gothard, or, much less probably, of the Franco Letard. Additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli II surname Tardini, Little diffused in the Modena area, go back to an apheretic form of the medieval name (Gon) Tardinus, also present in a Modena map of 1162 Guidoctus de Gontardino. It is the hypochoristic of the Lombard Gundhard "Strong in battle" (from the germ. * Gundh-«Battle» and by * Hardhu-«Powerful, strong, Valiant»), Latinized in Contardus, whence the ital. Contardo. Not likely a derivation from the LAT. Tardus, not attested as a person's name, though phonetically possible. F. Violi, surname in Modena and Modenese, 1996.
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