Vilardi has an important nucleus between Palermo and Trapani, with strains perhaps not secondary in the Neapolitan, in Calabria and in the Bari, Vilardo has a nucleus in the Cosentino with strains not secondary in Sicily and Neapolitan, derive from the Germanic name Werhard already present in Italy in the NINTH century, trace of this cognitive we find it in Rome Bel 1400 with the writer Marcellinus Verardus. Additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Vilardi, Vilardo are Sicilian surnames variants of Berardi. Caracausi 1707. For Rohlfs 194 are variants of Bilardo.
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