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Angero, absolutely extremely rare, is of the Veronese, Angieri, very rare, has a Campano stock in Taurano nell'avellinese and in Naples, Angiero, very rare, is specific of Pago del Vallo di Lauro nell'avellinese, Angeri, very very rare, it would seem to be from the Brescia area of Verona, and could derive, like Angero, from an alteration of the toponym Angiari in the Veronese, but, most likely this surname has a strain, now disappeared in Italy, originating in the Syracuse area, of Melilli in particular, where instead it could derive, together with the Campanian strains, from the Norman name Angerius, which should derive from the Germanic name Ansgari, composed by the terms Ans (divinity, god) and gari (spear), with the meaning of divine lance, we remember with this name the bishop of Catania Angerius Brito from the 12th century.
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