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Vanazzi, very rare, it is typical Cremonese, Vanella is typically Sicilian, has a log in the Catania in Grammichele, one in Palermo and one in Trapani in Marsala, Salemi and Mazara del Vallo, Vanelli has a Lombard strain in the band that from the Varesotto, through the Milanese and The Lodigiano arrives at the Cremonese, a strain in Bologna and one in Carrarese, Vanello is specific to the area between Ameglia and Castelnuovo Magra in Break and Carrara (MS), Vani is typically Latium, of Rome, Prossedi in Latinense and Broccostella and Fontechiari in Frusinate, Vanin is typically Veneto, especially Venetian and Trevisano, with good presences also in Trentino Alto Adige and Friuli, Vanini has an important nucleus in Como, one between Verona and Mantua and one in the Florentine, Vanino, absolutely very rare, It would be Friulian, they could all derive from the apheresis of the name John or the name Silvano or their hypochoral modifications. Additions provided by Giovanni Vanini the surname Vanini was born around the sixteenth century in Valmadre in the Sondriese from Vanino de Belico de la Costa. Antonio Vanini de Belico, in 1663, kills Gaspare Marciotti "' Famulus curialis" of the Governor Grigione of the Valtellina, Giovanni Salis, and will flee to the Venetian Republic, Branzi. His descendants will then move to Carona and Lodi

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

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