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Ventura is Panitaliano, Venturella is Sicilian, Del Palermo in particular, of Monreale, Palermo, Castelbuono and Campofelice di Roccella, while Venturi and Venturini are typical of the North Centre, Venturin is decidedly Veneto, of the provinces of Venice, Padua, Treviso and Belluno, Venturelli is typical of Lombardy, Veronese and the Emilian provinces of Modena and Bologna, Venturello seems to be Piedmontese, Turin and Asti, Venturino has a strain between Savona and Genovese, one in Rome, one in Campania, one in Crotonese and one In Catania, Venturoli is specific to Bolognese, Bologna in particular, but also of Budrio, Castel Maggiore, Molinella, Granarolo dell'emilia, San Pietro in Casale and Casalecchio di Reno, and Ferrara, should all derive, directly or through Hypochoristic, from the apheresis of the medieval name Bonaventura, probably carried by the ancestor, but it is also possible that derive from the medieval name Ventura, also through hypochoristic, name however very rare, name imposed as a wish implying That the Ventura should be good, the medieval use of this name is found in the diplomatic code of the medieval Lombardy under the year 1152 to Castelnuovo: "... In buy Bonorum hominum Corum appoints Subter Leguntur,

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

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