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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Volo


VOLO

Typical Sicilian, of Carini (PA) and Nisseno, it could derive from the Latin praenomen Volus or Volusius of which we trace in an ancient tombstone: "D (IS) M (Anibus)/L (Ucio) Volus (IO) L (UCI) f (Ilio) Vol (Tinia)/Severiano IIIIvir (o) C (olonia) I (Ulia) Apt (a) II/et Flam (INI) item IIvir (o) C (olonia) I (Ulia)/Had (Riana) Auenn (iensi) et pontif (ICI)/Sacerdot (I) urbis Rom (AE)/Aetern (AE) Vol (usia) Severiana/uncomparable Patri ". Information provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Volo is a Sicilian surname perhaps from Bolo that comes from the ancient Greek ' bòlos ' = sod, gleba. Caracausi 166.

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


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