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What are examples of Italian last names?
names that end in i or lli or have cc in them are usually Italian
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Phonetically, the pronunciation would be (too-cha-ro-knee). In italian, the c followed by an 'e' or 'i' makes a "ch" sound in english. This is why instead of se-uh, the middle… of the word is cha.
Yes , Bravo is an Italian last name. Specifically, the Italian word is the masculine form of an adjective that means "brave, courageous." The pronunciation is "BRAH-voh." …The feminine form, brava , is pronounced "BRAH-vah."
All persons with last name "Misita" originate from a village called "Misite" which existed previous to the arrival of the slavic peoples (Baptismal records of the Misita Famil…y, from a monastery there, date back to the 1200s); a mountainous region of the Western Balkans (or what in antiquity would have been called "Illyria" or "Greater Greece"). This name does not mean anything in Italian or Russian but is of an ancient dead Illyrian tribal language (Mediterranean Neolithic Dialect) that is no longer in use. It is an ancient Illyrian tribal name...the meaning of which is unknown... .
Yes , " Pizano " may be an Italian last name. Specifically, it may be a variant of " Pisano ." in such a case, both spellings translate into English as "(someone, something…) from Pisa." The pronunciation is "pee-ZAH-noh."
Michelangelo Answer 2: It is true that Michelangelo painted the famous fresco of the 'Last Judgement' in the Sistine Chapel. However he did t…hat in the years 1534 - 1541, when he was over 60 years old and very famous. It was, then, very far from his first painting.
Yes , " Levario " may be an Italian last name. Specifically, the name is found in the Spanish-speaking world. But it is possible that those who bear the name are descended …from inhabitants of Italy. Another possibility is a Middle Eastern origin before that in Italy. One place in Italy where Italian and Middle Eastern cultures mixed is Sicily.
In north-east Italy there are lots of surnames that don't end in vowels - Benetton, for example. Then there's 'Canalis' - the surname of George Clooney's Italian girlfriend.
No, the last name MartÃnez is not an Italian surname sinceit is Spanish, with the original meaning "son of Martin."
Yes, but only if the family had at one time migrated from Portugal or Spain. While there are many variations of this long-held and distinguished surname, it is first found in …Galicia, in the northwestern region of Spain. Figueroa is a surname derived from a locality name, that is, the original persons with that name lived in or near a village or estate with that name, or owned lands in that area. The area surrounding Figueroa has, in the past, belonged to Portugal, but now belongs to Spain.
Not necessarily, Italian last names can be spelled with a vowel at the end, but not all Italian last names are spelt with a vowel(s).
Yes , the last name Soriano is Italian in origin. Specifically, the word is well-known amongst cat lovers. It refers to the type of cat that is known as "tabby" in English.… The pronunciation will be "so-RYA-no" in Italian.
"GA-ya" is the pronunciation of the Italian last name Gaja. The name may be linked most recently with wine producers in the Langhe district in north Italy's Piedmont region. B…ut it originates as a Spanish surname -- pronounced "GA-kha" -- from before the seventeenth century.
No, even though it looks quite Italian it is actually a relatively common Belgian (Flemish) name. If you look around the area of Ypres, Belgium you'll find many Coene families….
I don't think so. Delgadillo is a spanish surname.
YES. My grandmother's name was Lillo and she came from Naples, Italy.