Vandelli is typically Emiliano, Del Modena mainly, of Modena, Sassuolo, Maranello, Vignola, Castelvetro di Modena and Formigine in particular, Vandello is practically unique, Vandi is specific to Rimini and Riccione (RN), Vandini has a strain in the area that It includes the Modenese, the Bolognese, the Ferrarese and the Ravennate, with a strain also in the Pesarese, Vandino is unique, vando it seems friulano, with a strain also in Rome, Vandone, very rare, is of the area that includes the Pavese, the Novarese, the Vercellese and the Alexandrian, Vandoni, slightly less rare, is of the area that includes the Milanese, Comasco, Varese and Novarese, should all derive, directly or through hypochoristic, from the medieval Germanic name and Lombard Wando, Wandonis, of which we have an example in VII ° century: "... Plura enim virtutum miracula et in itinere dum ad eam iret, et in eadem gente per eum fiebant. Ex quibus unum memoriae tradere et posteris give notice commodum duximus. Denique fratres qui eum acquaiter noverunt, et coram quibus patratum est, Dicere Solent, Maxime Vir Reverentissimus Wando, tunc temporis diaconus et cooperator ejusdem praesulis in verb Dei, postea autem presbyter and tempore successor Abbas Ejusdem Monasterii Fontinellensis in Quo educatus erat.... ".
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