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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Vinto


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Won has an important strain in Perugia, also present in Perugino, a small strain in Naples and one in Sicily in Agrigento and Raffadali in Agrigentino, Palermo and Messina, won is absolutely rare, could derive from an italianization of Apheretic contraction of the Germanic name Svintruald, or of the Apocopaic form of the always Germanic name Vintharius, of which we have an example in the tenth century in a text of the Abbey of Chartres: "... Facit Mannum Opera; Solvebat cc et xx scintulos, Pullos tres vestitos ', Requisitam oat modium, Faciebat Caplim; Vinericia de Dimidio wagon. In Moris Villa Similar way reddebant agricolae Balduinus, Vintharius, Areharius, Fulcherius, Adalgrimus.... ". Additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli won is Sicilian surname

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


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