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Vellotta, practically unique, would be a Molisano, Vellotti, quite rare, has a log in the Neapolitan, in Naples and Torre del Greco, and one in the Leccese, Vellotto, almost unique, is of the area Casertano, Neapolitan, Velotta, very rare, has a stump in Baranello and Campobasso In the Campobassano and one in Naples, Velotti has a strain in the Roman at Civitavecchia and in Rome and a much more consistent one in Naples, mainly, but also in Casalnuovo di Napoli, Herculaneum, Nola, Volla, San Giorgio a Cremano and Torre del Greco, Velotto is specific to Naples, where it is very widespread, could derive from the medieval name Veloctus, a Rinaldus de Velocto is mentioned in a testament of 1200, or by the name French Velotte, quoted in an act of 1277, where we find a Jean de Velotte, or the Betacistica form of Of medieval names such as Bellus and Bella.

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

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