Vergara has a stump in Naples at Frattamaggiore, Sant'Antimo, Grumo Nevano, Crispano and Frattaminore, one in Lecce and Taranto and one in Diamante in the Cosentino, Vergari has a nucleus in the central band that includes the Rimini, the Marche, Umbria, the Grossetano and the Central-Northern Lazio and a nucleus in Salento in particular in Lecce, Botrugno, Melendugno, Nardò, Casarano and Nociglia in Leccese and San Pietro vernotico, San Pancrazio Salentino and Brindisi in Brindisino, Vergaro has a small strain between Viterbo and Terni to Orvieto, Castel Giorgio in the Terni and Bolsena in Viterbo and a nucleus in Salento in Ruffano and Galatina in Leccese and Torre Santa Susanna in the Brindisino, all these surnames should derive from the archaic name of craft Vergaio or Vergaro (Shepherd, Herdsman) An ancient term used to indicate the shepherd's head, that is, the one who with the rod (twig) drove the sheep, a craft probably carried out by or by the founder. Additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli for Rohlfs, surnames Salentini 261 Vergara is a Spanish surname that in Spain is often also toponym. For Minervini 506 comes instead from the noun ' rod ' = wand, sceptre, stick.
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