All good, very rare, it is present sporadatically throughout Italy, but with a significant strain in Catania and in the Ennese at Valguarnera Caropepe, Asoro and Aidone, it should derive from a recent italianization of the medieval name Omnibonus (see Ognibene). Hypothesis provided by Stefano Ferrazzi more typically Sicilian, with major strains between the Catanese, Ennese and Palermitano, but also present between the North and the North center of the country, this surname derives from the medieval name Tuttobene, which, like other names such as Bonaventura, Bonavita, Ognibene, etc, was attributed to the newborn as a wish for wellbeing and serenity. In conclusion, therefore, these are the cognitive-ominizations of the personal names of the ancestor.
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