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VENERE | VENERI | VENIER | VENIERI | VENIERO | VENIR

Venus, very rare, should be Apulian, Veneri seems to be typical of Verona and Mantua, with a probable secondary strain in Tuscany, which should derive from the name Veneri in Pistoiese, Venier is typical Veneto, Venieri is specific to Ravenna, Veniero has a log in Neapolitan Piano di Sorrento and in Meta, and a stump in Palermo, come is typically Friulano, Basiliano, Majano and Udine, should all derive directly or through dialectal alterations, from the medieval name Venerius (dedicated to Venus ).

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


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