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Tramonte has a nucleus in Trapani, one in Venetian and, probably, even a secondary in Rome, sunsets is specific to the area that includes the Ravenna, the Forlivese and the Florentine, Tramontin is typical Friulano, as well as Tramontina, which would seem specific Of the Pordenonese, of Maniago in particular, but Tramontin in addition to the Pordenonese, San Giorgio della Richinvelda, San Vito al Tagliamento and Cavasso Nuovo, is also well present in the Belluno area, in the Alps, the Soverzene and Pontenelle Alpi, and in Venice, Tramontini, Very rare, it is Udinese, in some cases may derive from toponyms such as Tramonte in Lucca, and in Padua, Tramonti (UD), (PN), (FR), (CS) and (SA), thus indicating an origin of the ancestor from those countries. Additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Tramonti is the surname Romagna and Toscano, present sparsely in the rest of Italy. It comes from the Latin ' intra montes ' = "in the mountains". Name: Tramonti (SA).

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

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