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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Vetrano


Vetrani, extremely rare, is of the area that includes Lazio, Campania, Lucania and Puglia, Vetrano has a strain in Rome, Anzio (RM) and Aprilia (LT), a stump in Naples, Camposano, Cicciano, Roccarainola and Cardito, one in the Avellinese in Sperone, Baiano and Avella and one in the Caserta in Teano and Caserta, in Basilicata has a strain in Spinoso in the Potentino, in Calabria in Guardavalle in Catanzaro and in Crotone, in Puglia in Salento in Vigglie and Leverano in Lecce, Palagianello in the Tarentine and San Pancrazio Salentino in Brindisino, in Sicily has a stump in Palermo and Bisacquino in the Palermitano, in Menfi, Caltabellotta, Agrigento and Sciacca in the Agrigentino and Catania and Syracuse, the origin of this surname should be toponomastic, from place names such as Avetrana (TA), Castelvetrano ( TP), Vetrano (MT) or from the ethnic of countries that formerly the Vetere root or history in their name as Vietri of Power Bel Potentino, Vietri sul Mare in Salernitano, Castelvetere in Val Fortore in the Beneventano or castelvetere on the warmth of the Avellinese, Cuccaro Vetere in the Salerno and so many others.

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

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