The Verro is almost unique, Loverro is typical of the Bari area, of Bitetto, Cassano delle Murgie and Modugno, should derive from a nickname originated from the term verro (male of the pig from mount), perhaps attributed to a very prolific progenitor, less likely a connection with the Latin cognomen Verres.
Verre has a stump in Rome, one in Naples, one in Tiriolo in Catanzaro, in Cosenza and makes in Cosentino, Verri has a Lombard nucleus, an Emiliano, especially in Ferrara, and one in Salento, Verriello is specific to Bitonto in the Barese, Verrina has a core in Genoa and a Cepp Or in the Cosentino to Mandatoriccio and Rossano, Verrini has a large strain in Carpi, Verrino has a strain in Zagarise in Catanzaro, boar, very rare, has a strain in Palermo and Trapani, but is present in a significant way also in Calabria and Lazio, should all derive from Cognomen Latino Verres, or its hypochoristic, even dialectal, but it is also possible that derive from nicknames originated from the word verre or boar (Pig Act for reproduction, intended mainly as a manly male), remember the oration of Cicero against Verre: "... Haec omnia quae dixi signa, iudices, AB Heio and shrine Verres Abstulit; Nullum, Inquam, Fortissimi reliquit neque aliud ullum tamen praeter unum pervetus ligneum, Bonam Fortunam, UT opinor; EAM iste habere Domi suae noluit.... ". Noble family Milanese that dei Verri who gave birth to the famous jurist, philosopher and economist of 1700 Pietro Verri.
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