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Tundis is specific to Cetraro in the Cosentino, Tundisi, almost unique, is also of the Cosentino, could derive from the Latin word tundus (round), to indicate perhaps in the founder a certain obesity, but it is also possible to be alterations of a form Aferetic of names such as the Latin Metunus, the Turkish Eflatun, the Spanish Fortun, or Urtun, or by alterations of the Turkish names Tunay or Tunç. Additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli surname Calabrese that, as a clear complaint of the ending-ISI, means "people of the Tundo family."
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