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TRIGGIANI | TRIGGIANO | TRIGIANI

Triggiani has a stump in Naples, one in the sink in the Potentino and in Puglia a large nucleus in Bari and strains in the Foggia in Ischitella, Lucera and Manfredonia, and in the Bari in Triggiano and Molfetta, Triggiano has a strain in Salerno and one in Bari , Triggiano and Modugno, Trigiani is specific to Manfredonia and Foggia in Foggiano, should derive from the name of the country of Bari of Triggiano, whose toponym would appear to derive from a praedial Latin ager trebianus (agricultural possession of a trebius).

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


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