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Cugurra and Sassari specific. Dovrebbe is derived from a soprannome originated from the Sardinian end logudorese cugùrra (forbicina, type insetto). Integrations provided by Giuseppe Concas CUGURRA: cucùrra nei central dialects, cugùrra in Campidano and Logudoro. The chicken and the goat; It does not eat well and the fork. Your quest for excellence and the bark of the ears, a plague for gourmets. The lying of a crab or a cucumber, remains untouched. Il Wagner defines it as a pre-Roman vocabulary. Potrebbe derives from curry-curry (you run, from Latin currere), but it's the only name you give to the jersey. The last name and current old documents of the Sardinian language. Among the signatories of the Pace di Eleonora, LPDE of 1388, figure: Cucurra Petro, Illorai city (* Illorai ... current village. Curatorie de Anella). In the council of Santa Maria di Bonarcado, eleventh, thirteenth century, we had: Cugurra Orzoco (104), in a line for the servitude partition: ego Nocolaus, prior of Sancta Maria de Bonarcadu, facio reminder of kertu (lite) qui fecit megu (mecum = with me) Orzoco Cugurra, in the crown of the log (court) of Sanctuo Pietro (san Pietro di Silki) etc. etc. Cugurra Furadu, I am a Bridegroom to Maria Caidana (Coiana) (137) (a sales of land): I am the monk Benedict, regendo (substitute priore) to the dome of Bonarcatu, I bought (ad) Maria Caidana and her husband ( from husband) Forced to Cugurra, was having (part of) assa of sanctu Symione (San Simeone) etc. Cugurra Melleos (115), in a role-playing game): ego iudice Orzoco de Zori, ruling on Arboree's log (judge of the Arborea court) fazo recordation peto fijos de Jorge, Long list of Sancta Corona's servants, all three. (witness) figure Melleos Cugurra. Who gives us a guy in Medio Campidano and knows Cugurra knows how to eat me. Currently the name is Cugurra and is present in 23 Italian municipalities, of which 6 in Sardinia: Sassari 47, P. Torres 3, Oristano 3, etc.