Turudda, absolutely rare, is typical of Nuorese, it should derive from a nickname based on the Sardinian term Logodurese turudda (ladle). Integrations provided by Giuseppe Concas TURUDDA: Turudda, Trudda (see the surname Trudda), Tirudda, Trulla, Turla, Tulla, Turra (in Campidanese), is the ancient wooden spoon or ladle (also for the form), today generally made of metal; Not to be confused with "Su Cragàllu", which is a large wooden spoon shaped like a spoon. Turudda, Trudda, Tirudda, Turra etc. derive from Latin Trulla. Currently, the surname Turudda is present in 5 Italian municipalities, 3 of which are in Sardinia: Nuoro 9, Oliena 3, Asemini 3.
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