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Trabaldo, absolutely very rare, is characteristic of Vicenza, Trabalza is specific to Foligno in Perugino and its surroundings, Trabalzini is typically Tuscan, very widespread in Siena in Montepulciano, but also in Chianciano Terme and Chiusi, with a stump also in Rome, Trabaudo, now almost disappeared in Italy, it would seem of the Turin, Rubiana in particular, Tribaudi, absolutely rare, is the Piedmont area that includes the provinces of Biella and Vercelli, Tribaudino, quite rare, is typically Piedmontese, the Torinese and Cuneese, Triboldi, decidedly Lombard is specific to Tignale in Brescia, all these surnames should derive, directly or through dialectal or hypochoral variations, from apheretic forms of the Lombard name Atripaldus, in turn Derived from the Germanic terms atar (fast, but also clever) and Pald, an altered of bald (courageous, daring), name of which we have an example of use in this writing of the year 952: ".. Unde ad vicem transposition ego dagibertus Abba ab Jam dicto Atripaldo Pro omnibus suprascriptis terram et meam pomis et arboribus suis here to be in the heart of the islands in the heart of the Caribbean and in the heart of the heart, and the heart of the wine Cultum vel incultum aquis et fontibus vel decursibus aquarum for designated loca a Capita limitem qui est super ipsas vineas a pede fossatum ab one assessors fossatum ab alio assessors limitem et tenentem palumbum. ..".

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

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