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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Vercelli


Vercellese, extremely rare, it is typical of the Alexandrian, Vercellesi, always very rare, it would seem typical of the area between Milan and Pavia, Vercelli, quite widespread, it is Piedmontese, Vercellini is specific of Comasco, Cantù and Olgiate Comasco, Vercellino is Widespread in Vercelli, in Turin, Collegno, Santena and Condue in Turin and Zubiena in Biella, with a strain also in Genoa and Savona, Vercellone is typically Piedmontese, Vercellese in particular, Vercelloni has a strain in Novarese and one in Milan, They should derive all, directly or through hypochoral or augmentitive, from nicknames originated or from the ethnic Piedmontese of Piedmont or directly from the name of the toponym, often used, in medieval times, in Piedmont, as a name. Additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Vercelli is the surname of the Piedmontese name that according to tradition was named by the Galli who founded it. The name would have the value of "Rocca dei Celti".

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

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