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Buffon and De santics
I believe the word Magyar comes from Hungary, as I know of one company by that name from there.
No it's Spanish. Literally means Whitehouse.
The last name Forero is Spanish from forero 'someone obliged to pay tribute', 'tribute collector'. Dictionary of American Family Names, Oxford University Press, http://wiki.…answers.com/Q/Special:Booksources&isbn=0195081374 Who the hell that's not Itallan or Spanish its pogese!
Begonia, Poinsettia, Rose and Zinnia
Dino Zoff; Pietro Vierchowod; Lorenzo and Gianluigi Buffon; Attilio Ferraris; Francesco Janich; Mario David; Tarcisio Burgnich; Morgan de Sanctis; Ivano Bordon; Sandro Cois; I…vano Blason; Omero Tognon... I think that's all of them. Manager: Enzo Bearzot
Probably it is Spanish.
Words that have been taken from other languages don't always end in a vowel. Ex: il computer, gli sport, il club, il film, il DVD
They are James Monroe, Calvin Coolidge, Barack Obama and Franklin Pierce.
Yes, "Babini" is an Italian last name.
Yes, the name Bozzo is of Italian origin.
No, the name "Parker" is of English origin. Although because of marriages, Italian people may also have this name.
Anderson is a common Swedish last name - in its origin meaning the son of Anders. Many Scandinavian names follow the pattern, although in Norwegian and Danish "sen" is added… to a first name to make a last name. The Norwegian and Danish equivalent to "Anderson" is "Andersen". An other example could be Peterson (Swedish) and Petersen (Norwegian/Danish).