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Heraldic Search Last name: AMBROSETTI

Ambrosi
Nobles: Italia
Nobility: Nobili
Language of the text: Italiano

Ambrosi Tomasi
Nobles: Italia
Nobility: Nobili
Language of the text: Italiano

Ambrosia
Nobles: Italia
Nobility: Nobili
Language of the text: Italiano

Ambrosiali
Nobles: Italia
Nobility: Nobili
Language of the text: Italiano

Ambrosiana
Nobles: Italia
Nobility: Nobili
Language of the text: Italiano

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Search Etymological origin of Italian surnames

AMBROGETTI | AMBROGGI | AMBROGGIO | AMBROGI | AMBROGINI | AMBROGIO | AMBROSETTI | AMBROSI | AMBROSIN | AMBROSINI | AMBROSINO | AMBROSIO

Ambrogetti is typical of Verghereto in the Cesena area, Ambroggi is typical of Piacenza and Fidenza in the Parma area, Ambroggio has a Piedmontese stock, in Savigliano in the Cuneo area and in Rivarolo Canavese in Turin, and one in Reggio Calabria, Ambrogi would appear to be specific to Umbria, with strains also in Milan, Emilia, Florence and Rome, Ambrogini, very very rare, is Tuscan, Ambrogio has a large nucleus in western Piedmont and strains also between Calabria and Sicily, Ambrosetti has a Lombard nucleus and one not secondary in Lazio , Ambrosi is Panitalian, but with a very important nucleus between Veneto and Lombardy and relevant stocks in the belt that includes Marche, Umbria and Lazio, Ambrosin, very rare, is decidedly Venetian, Ambrosini is widespread throughout the centronord, with a main core of Lombardy and Veneto, Ambrosino would appear to be specific to Campania, Ambrosio, typically from Campania, has strains also in Calabria and Veneto, all derive from hypocorisms or directly, also by plot t dialectal alterations, from the name Ambrosius of Greek origin which has the meaning of immortal, passed in use in Latin and then in Italian, with various forms and variations. The ancient presence of this name in the Italian peninsula means that the surnames that derive from it are diffused in an almost uniform way, even if in the various localities different forms prevail, all however having the source in common.

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


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