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VALIANTE | VALIANTI

Valiante has a strain in Salerno, Lower Molise and Lazio, Valianti, absolutely rare, it would seem marchigiano, should derive from the Germanic name Wallie or the Norman Walliant. Integrations submitted by Fabio Paolucci the surname Valiante is represented by several strains scattered in Italy, among which the most consistent are detectable in the north in the cities of Turin and Milan, in the center in Rome, while in the south in the municipalities of Notaresco (in the province of Teramo) , Jelsi (in the province of Campobasso), and in Salernitano especially in the centers of Centola, Celle di Bulgheria and Pisciotta.

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


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