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Coat of arms of family Cassidy   ref: 46260

Cassidy

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Blazon:
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Per chevron argent and gules two lions rampant in chief, and a boar passant in base counterchanged. Crest-A spear broken into three pieces two in saltire and the head in pale ppr. banded gules.

Blazon Cassidy from England

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Coat of arms of family Casey   ref: 46259

Casey

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Argent, a chevron between three eagle's head gules. Crest-A hand fesseways issuring from a clud, lifting a garb.

Blazon Casey from England

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Coat of arms of family Carver   ref: 46258

Carver

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Blazon:
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Argent, on a chevron sable a fleur-de-lis or. Crest-Out of a ducal coronet or, a Saracen's head couped at the shoulders.

Blazon Carver from England

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Coat of arms of family Carter   ref: 46257

Carter

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Argent, two lions combatant sable. Crest-On a mural crown or, a talbot passant argent charged with three bukles azure. Motto-Sub libertate quietem.

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Coat of arms of family Carson   ref: 46256

Carson

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Argent, a chevron between three crescents gules. Crest-An elephant's head erased trunk elevated ppr. Motto-Virtute et valore

Blazon Carson from England

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Coat of arms of family Carroll   ref: 46254

Carroll

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Argent two lions combatant gules suporting a sword of the first, hilted and pommeled or. Crest-On the stump of an oak sprouting new branches ppr. a hawk of the last, belled or. Motto-In fide et in bello forte.

Blazon Carroll from England

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Coat of arms of family Carr   ref: 46279

Carr

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Blazon:
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Gules on a chevron argent three estoils sable. Mantling gules and argent. Crest-On a wreath of colours, a stag's head argent, attired or, charged on the neck with two bars gemel gules, the whole between two annulets of the last. Motto-(over crest) "Por Dysserver."

Blazon Carr from England

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Coat of arms of family Carpenter   ref: 46278

Carpenter

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Blazon:
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Argent between two flaunches, a cross between in the first and second quarter a rose all sable. Mantling sable and argent. Crest-On a wreath of colours, two lions combatant sable holding in the forpaws a sunin splendid or. Motto- "Mens et Manus."

Blazon Carpenter from England

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Coat of arms of family Carey   ref: 46276

Carey

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Blazon:
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Argent, on a bend sable, three roses of the field barbed and seeded proper. Mantling sable and argent. Crest-On a wreath of colours a swan rousant argent, wings vair, gorged with a antique crown, pendent therefrom a chain or. Motto-"Sine Macula."

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Coat of arms of family Cantrell   ref: 46275

Cantrell

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Argent a pelican in her piety, in her nest sable. Crest-A tower a rgent a port sable. Motto-"Proprio vos sanguine pasco."

Blazon Cantrell from England

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Search Etymological origin of Italian surnames

CAI | CAIA | CAIO | GAI | GAIA | GAIO

Cai is typically Tuscan in the area that includes the provinces of Pisa and Florence, Caia has a small Calabrese stock in Bagnara Calabra and Oppido Mamertina and the main stock in Syracuse and Avola, Caio, in addition to the Lombard stock, especially in Bergamo, has a stock also in the Bari area, Gai is typically from Piedmont and western Liguria, with a stock also in Pistoia and Rome, Gaia is typical of the Lombard, Ligurian and Piedmontese areas, with a stock also in the Rimini and Pesaro areas, Gaius, has a Venetian nucleus, especially in Lamon in the Belluno area and in Feltre, in Montebelluna in the Treviso area, in Venice and in Bassano del Grappa in the Vicenza area, with a small stock in the Neapolitan dialect, should derive from the Latin praenomen Caius or Gaius of which we have the most illustrious example in Gaius (or Gaius) Julius Caesar, in some cases they could derive from the Gens Gaia or Gavia, or from the relative nomen Gaius, Gaia. We find traces of these surnames from the year 1077 in Cremona in a Cartula offersionis where among the witnesses we find: "... Signa ++++ manuum Dothoni et Petri germanis, filii quondam Sansommi, ...., etiam Alberici de Verdello, Alberici Rimizani, Bernardi de Gaio, testium ... ".

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


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