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Turatello, very rare, is Paduan, Turati is typical of Como and should derive from the toponym Turate (CO), Turato should be originating in the provinces of Padua and Vicenza, a possible common origin of these surnames, could be from the Latin word late Turritus (equipped with towers), and then be united by an indication of locality, i.e. originating from a place with towers. (See also Tura) Integrazionie provided by Alessandro Turato The origin of the surname Turato could derive from the apheresis of the word Ventura or Venturato, attributed to soldiers of fortune; A survey carried out in the documents of the State archive of Padua shows the presence of this surname at least from 1418, in the year of that years are cited Mr. Giacomo Turato and Pasquale Turato di Pernumia, in 1443 in a document is reported that the Mr Bartolomeus Turatus regularly paid the taxes owed to the authorities. Also widespread is the surname in the area of Arquà Petrarca (PD) with documents found since 1500.

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

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