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Heraldic Search Last name: AMORETTI

Amoretti
Nobles: Italia
Nobility: Marchesi
Language of the text: Italiano

Amoretti
Nobles: France (Berry)
Nobility: Famille Noble - Chevaliers - Seigneurs
Language of the text: Français

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AMOR | AMORE | AMORELLI | AMORELLO | AMORETTI | AMORETTO | AMORI | AMORINI | AMORINO

Absolutely extremely rare, it seems to be from Trentino, Amore has a Sicilian core, especially in southern Sicily, one in the Neapolitan, Benevento and Caserta, a stock in Lazio, in particular in Rome, Amorelli has a stock in the Salerno area at Moio della Civitella and Salerno, and one in Sicily in Caltanissetta, in Alessandria della Rocca in the Agrigento, in Palermo and in Vittoria in the Ragusa area, Amorello is typical of Palermo and of Partinico in the Palermo area, Amoretti would seem to have a stock in the province of Imperia and one in Parma, Amoretto it is absolutely rare, Amori has a stock in Rome and a small stock in Sassoferrato nell'anconetano, Amorini is absolutely rare, with a stock in the Reggio area and probably one in the province of Rome, Amorino, also very rare, seems to have a stock in Neapolitan and one in Puglia, they should derive, directly or through hypocorisms, from the Latin cognomen Amor, or from one of its medieval hypocoristic derivatives like Amoretto, of which it has or an example in Spoleto in the 1400s with Amoretto Coldumario Governor of castel San Giovanni di trevi (PG) and castellan of the Rocca di Spoleto.

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


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