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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Vari


VARI | VARO

Various is typical of the Roman and Frusinate, in Rome Segni, Colleferro and Frascati in the Roman and Anagni in Frusinate, Varo has a Veneto strain in the Vicenza in Villget, with appreciable presences also in Trevisano, and a strain in Torre del Greco in Naples, should Derive from the name of the Gens Varia or from his noble varus, of which we have an example in the Ab urbe topped di Tito Livio: "... Please consult persistence at Urbem Senatu Placuisset. Praetores M. Sextius year Praefuerat; Cn. Tremellius Siciliam, UT a P. Villio tappulo praetor prioris anni provinciam et duas legiones acciperet; Villius Pro praetor Viginti navibus longis, galliam est sortitus, ut duas legiones provinciamque traderet ei P (ublius) Quintilius Varus; C. Livius Bruttios and Duabus Legionibus, Quibus P. Sempronius proconsul Prior Multibus Mille Oram Siciliae Tutaretur;.. ".

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


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