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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Vignoni


VIGNON | VIGNONE | VIGNONI | VIGNONO

Vignon, almost unique, it would seem Ligurian, Vignone has a log in Savona in Pietra Ligure, Tovop San Giacomo and Magliolo, a log in Sepino in the Campobassano, and a stump in Naples, Vignoni has a strain in the Bresciano in Pontoglio, Brescia, Palazzolo Sull'oglio, Gottolengo, Castel Mella and Bagnolo Mella, and in Castel Goffredo nel Mantovano, and one in Ancona, Osimo, Castelfidardo and Falconara Marittima, Vignono, absolutely rare, is specific to the area of Biella and nearby Turin, and could derive from the name Of the village Verbanese of Vignone, all could derive from the medieval name of the city French of Avignon, but could also derive from nicknames based on the term vineyard (field cultivated vines), probably indicating that the ancestor had been of the vintners.

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


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