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TRASTU | TRASTUS

Both typical of southern Sardinia, Trastus is almost unique while Trastu would seem specific of Villamassargia in the Iglesiente. Integrations provided by Giuseppe Concas TRASTU: It is a very rare surname, with two strains: one Sardinian and the other Piedmontese. Here in Sardinia with on Trastu (or trasto) you indicate a tool, a gear, work, or kitchen or any; Otherwise said "about it ' est chi di nànta" = "The What is called". It could derive from the Latin transtrum, which is the cross-bench of the boats, the so-called bench or table of the rowers: the Trasto? Or it could be the wrong transcript of Crastu's registry! (see CRASTU). Sardinia is present in 4 municipalities: Villamassargia 36, Iglesias 5, Orani 3,

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


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