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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Vuoli


VUOLI | VUOLO

Vuoli, almost unique, it would seem to be due to erroneous transcriptions of Vuolo, which is typically campano, of Naples and Neapolitan, of Gragnano, Lettere, Castellammare di Stabia, Pimonte, Casamicciola Terme and Ischia, and of the Salernitano, of Pagani, Salerno, sunsets , Nocera Inferiore, Amalfi, Vietri on the sea and Praiano, with a strain also in Rome and Civitavecchia in the Roman and to Fondi and Terracina in Latinense, and a small strain also in Taranto, of obscure etymological origin, can be formulated hypotheses about a derivation from the name French Vuillot or the Germanic name Wallon, based on the medieval Germanic root Walah (foreigner), traces of these cognitive differences are found in the Avellinese in 1700 in Villamaina where in 1739 the Friar Ludovico Vuolo of the order of the Celestines was born.

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


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