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Trumpet has a small log in Verona, one in Trieste and one in Campobassano in Toro and Campobasso, Trombetta is Panitaliano even if it is more widespread in the center and in Sicily, Trombetti has a strain in Bologna, one in the Roman and one between Caserta and Napoletano , Trombin has a Veneto strain in the Rovigoto at Adria and Porto Tolle in particular, a strain in Novara, Alessandria and Casale Monferrato and one in Latina, probable consequence of the transfer of Venetian peasants at the time of the pontine reclamation during the fascist period, Trombini has a nucleus emiliano in Ferrara, Rovigoto and Ravenna with strains also in Brescia, Cremonese and Mantovano, Trombino has a strain in the Cosentino and one in Sicily, derive from nicknames probably originated from the craft of City Crier, which was Usually announce itself with a trumpet sound, but it is also possible that the nickname instead meant to mock the ancestor because of its physical or behavioral defect, notable character was Cesare Trombini (1835-1898), famous violinist and conductor of Orchestra.

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

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