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TARABUGI | TARABUSI | TARABUSO | TERABUSI | TERABUSO

Tarabugi, absolutely rare, it would be Tuscan, the Bittern is specific to the Emilian area, the Bolognese in particular, but also the Modena, Ravenna and Forlivese, with significant presences also in the Florentine and Pistoiese, Bittern is absolutely Very rare, terabuses and Terabuse are unique and Alexandrian, all derive from nicknames originated from the dialect term Apennine Tarabugio or terabuse indicating a particular marsh bird that sticking the long beak in water to fish generates a strong Noise similar to the bellowing of a bull.

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


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