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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Vero


Vera has a small stump at Demonte in the Cuneese, one, even smaller, Sarule in Nuorese, one in Pozzilli in Iserniese, and one, really tiny, in the Foggiano, Veri has a Tuscan strain in Arezzo, Sansepolcro, Pieve Santo Stefano and Arezzo, and one Very small in Grosseto, a log in the Teatino at San Vito Chietino, Rocca San Giovanni and Ortona and in Pescara, a very small one in Rome, and one in Melendugno in Leccese, Verini has some presence between Mantovano and Emilia, in Genoa, in the Florentine, in Abruzzo, in particular In the Teatino, and in the Roman, Verino, absolutely rare, it has a small strain in Turin and presences in the Neapolitan, Vero has a Piedmontese strain in Cuneo in Alba, Levice and Cortemilia, one in Puglia in Palo del Colle, Giovinazzo and Grumo Appula, in the Barese, in Manfredonia and Foggia in Foggia and to Scorrano in Lecce and Brindisi, one in Catanzaro and tavern in Catanzaro, and one in Sicily in Ragusa and Siracusa, these surnames could derive, directly or through hypochoristic, from the cognomen Latin verus, Vera, remember with this Name Marcus Annius Verus Roman senator of a family of Hispanic origin of the first century after Christ and Lucius Verus co-Emperor Roman from 161 to 169 with Marcus Aurelio who continued as sole emperor until 180.

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

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