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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Veloccio


VELOCCI | VELOCCIO | VELUCCI

Velocci is typically Latium, of the frusinate in particular, especially of Monte San Giovanni Campano and Veroli, with highly significant presences also in Rome and in Terracina and Fondi in Latinense, Veloccio, practically unique, is Romano, Velucci, also Practically unique, it would seem of the latinense, should derive from the medieval hypochoral form of the name Novello, of which we have an example in Cecco D'ascoli: "... Here Paul does not see, neither Francesca,/Delli Manfredi do not see Alberigo,/Who seized bitter fruits from Dolc ' esca; /Of the new and old Mastin, and of Veluccio,/which made of mountain no longer say, nor of Franceschi the bloody heap... ", or also of the Latin cognomen Velus.

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


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