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Tiraboschi is typically Lombard, especially of the Bergamasco, over the hill, Serina, Selvino, Bergamo, Zogno, Dalmine, Stezzano, Oneta and Scanzorosciate, with a strain also in Agnadello in the Cremonese and in Milan, also presents a strain at Palazzo San Gervasio in Potentino, Tirabosco, much much rarer, has a stump in Bolzano, one in Bagnoli di Sopra in Padua and in Vicenza and one very small in Catanzaro, should derive from the Germanic term Tierbursch (young herdsman or shepherd) or also from the Lombard term Tierwysch (Cattle expert), possible professions of the founder.

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

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