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Vignera is typically Sicilian, of Regalbuto and Troina in Ennese and Catania, Vigneri has a log in Lecce, some presence in the Cosentino and some strains in Sicily, in Palermo and Castelbuono in Palermitano, in Realmonte in Agrigentino, in Calascibetta in the Ennese and In Messina, Vignero, practically unique, is Pugliese, Vignieri has a small strain in Alto Cosentino and one in Castelbuono in Palermo, all these surnames should derive from the italianization of the term French Archaic vignier (Vignaiuolo), Probably to indicate the profession of the founder, perhaps of Origin French.

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

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