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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Vittore


Vittore is typical of the Barese, of Sammichele di Bari in particular, Vittori, much more widespread, has strains in Lombardy, Friuli in Goriška and Triestino, in Romagna in the Forlivese, Cesena and Rimini, and above all is very rooted in the band that includes the Piceno , Umbria and all Lazio, Vittorini has a strain in Macerata, an important Abruzzo in L'Aquila, Teramo and Vasto in the Teatino and one in Rome and in the Roman, Vittorino, quite rare, has a strain in Salerno, one in Cosentino and one in Sicily between Palermo and Trapanese, Vittorio has a strain in Udinese, one in Rome, one in Naples and in Neapolitan and one in Catania and in Catanese, should all derive, directly or through hypochoristic, from the Latin cognomen Victor which means the victor, the victorious, or his Italian derivatives Vittore or Vittorio, it is not to be excluded also a possible derivation from the many place-names dedicated to San Vittore, as only for example San Vittore (FC), (PG) or (AN) or San Vittore del Lazio in Frusinate and San Vittore Olona in Milan.

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

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