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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Venneri


There are two strains, one cosentino, probably derived, and one main Salentino with ramifications also in the Tarentino, could result from modifications of the medieval name Venerius (dedicated to Venus), but much more probably take the name from Ancient localities, as is evident from this act of marriage of 1575: "Adj 11 dezembre 1575 Pomponio de Dom.co de Franco della Terra de Venneri Piglia for his leg.ma marries Pronentia daughter of Quondam Pet. I de Ruscitto de Circhio". Integrations and coat of arms provided by Marco Venneri of the Venneri family of Cariati (CS), originally from Gallipoli (LE), if they traced it to Cariati already in 1554 with Silvestro Venneri, then at the beginning of 1660 among the local chronicles appear among the nobles or magnificent of the place Marco Venneri, Nicola Venneri and Vincenzo Venneri counted as members of the College of the owners of Calabria Citeriore in the early 1800. The coat of arms consists of three stars in Capo D'azzurro, the center lion rampant in the natural towards the sun and under the shacked. Additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Venneri is surname Lucano present at Aliano, Potenza, in the SEC. 18 Vènnera and Vènere in Sala Consilina (ST), also Vènneri Cal. and Salento; See. Cal. Vènnari ' Friday ' (Dies Veneris).

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

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