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Angeli
Variations Last name: de Angeli,Angeli de Costede
Nobles: Italia
Nobility: Cavalieri - Nobili - Conti
Language of the text: Italiano

Angeli
Nobles: France (Poitou - Angoumois)
Nobility: Famille Noble - Chevaliers - Seigneurs
Language of the text: Français

Ängeli
Nobles: Deutschland
Nobility: Adelsfamilie - Ritter
Language of the text: Deutsch

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ANGELELLI | ANGELETTI | ANGELI | ANGELINA | ANGELINI | ANGELINO | ANGELO | ANGELONI | ANGELUCCI | ANGIOLINI

Angelelli, Angeletti and Angeloni are specific to central Italy, Marche, Umbria and Lazio, with small secondary strains in Lombardy, Angelelli also has a strain in Salento, Angeli is very widespread throughout central and northern Italy, Angelini as well as a diffusion important in the center and in the north, it has a stock in Apulia, Angelino is very widespread in Piedmont in Turin and Biella and in the Alessandria area, it has a lineage between Naples and Caserta and one between Ragusa and Syracuse, Angelo, quite rare it seems to originate from Trapani , Angelelli, Angeletti and Angeloni are specific to central Italy, Marche, Umbria and Lazio, with small secondary strains in Lombardy, Angelelli also has a strain in Salento, Angeli is very widespread throughout central and northern Italy, Angelina, absolutely rare , has a very small Piedmontese stock, in particular in the Biella area and one in the Veneto region, particularly in the Vicenza area, Angelini as well as an important diffusion in the center and the north, has a stock in Puglia, Angelino is widespread in Piedmont in Turin and Biella and in the Alessandria area, it has a lineage between Neapolitan and Caserta and one between Ragusa and Syracuse, Angelo, quite rare it seems to originate from Trapani, Angiolini seems to have two nuclei, one in Tuscany and Bologna and one in Milan and Bergamo. All derive directly or through hypocorisms from the Greek it is very widespread in the central belt that includes the Rimini, the Marche, Umbria, Abruzzo, Lazio, with strains even further south, Angiolini seems to have two nuclei, one in Tuscany and in the Bologna area and one in the Milanese and Bergamo area. They all derive directly or through hypocorisms from the grecoanghelos (an implied messenger of God) which is found in the Latin angelus which becomes a auspicious name in medieval times. From the name to the surname as an attribute of God-fearing man or person linked to an angelic image painted near his home, the step is short. In some cases they derive from the medieval name Angelinus of which we have for example traces in the second half of the 1300s in this writing: "... Et ego Angelinus Agacia, natus quondam domini Georgii notarii Vercellensis, publicus imperiali auctoritate notarius, habitans Vercellis in parish Sancti Michaelis , thousandth three hundredth nonagesimo septimo, fifth index, die secundo mensis iunii, intravi collegium notariorum comunis Vercellarum ... ". Traces in Lombardy of the notable Angeloni family are to be found in Villa d'Adda (BG) since the 1400s, in Abruzzo, in Roccaraso (AQ), the 1600s of the Angeloni of the barons of Montemiglio are found; of the Angelini traces have been found in the Veneto region since the 14th century, with their registration to the nobility of Verona and Ala di Trento, documents drawn up by a notary Giovanpietro Angelini date back to the second half of the 1500s for more information on the Istrian branch of the Angelini http: / /www.digilander.iol.it/arupinum/

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


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