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Note 1 - A note from Gerardo Rigoni about Asiaghesi surnames


Note 2 - A note from Antonello Bortoli about the BORTOLI cognome and soprannomi

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I Soprannomi di Famiglia

The ten most common surnames in Asiago are Basso, Bau, Carli, Costa, Forte, Pesavento, Rigoni, Rossi, Rodeghiero & Stella. Below the list of surnames you will find a list of "family nicknames (aka soprannomi). Please email me if you have corrections or additions.

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L'ALTOPIANO SURNAMES

I have divided this list into groups. If you have further input or clarification, please don't hesitate to write me!

Native to Asiago (or lived in L'Altopiano for several centuries)

Ambrosini, Antonini, Basso, Bau, Benetti, Bianchi (in full Bianchi Dal Molin), Bonomo, Bortoli, Brazzale, Broglio, Cantele, Caregnato, Carli, Carli dal Molin, Cera, Colpi, Corá, Costa, Cunico (Cunich), Dal Molin, Dal Sasso, Dall'Oglio, Dalla Clama, Dalla Costa, Dalle Ave, Fabris, Fontana, Forte, Fracaro, Fraccaro, Frigo, Guglielmi, Guoli, Guolo, Gios, Grasser, Magnabossco, Maino, Lobbia, Longhini, Marangoni, Marini, Martini, Mattiello, Matiello, Menarola, Molini, Mosele, Munari, Muraro, Nalli, Paganin(i), Pancrazio, Pangrazio, Panozzo, Pellizzaro, Pertile, Pesavento, Pezzin, Pretto, Pizzato, Plebs, Pozza, Rossi, Rigon, Rigoni, Rodeghiero, Rodighiero, Scaggiari, Scaggiaro, Segafredo, Sartori, Slaviero, Silvagni, Silvagno, Smiderle, Spagnolo, Spiller, Stefani, Steffani, Stella, Sterchele, Strazzabosco, Tescari, Tessari, Traverso, Tura, Valente, Vescovi, Viero, Villanova, Zernar and Zovi.

Other surnames popular in L'Altopiano

Abati, Bali, Bartalino, Besso, Boraso, Bordi, Bovo, Bressan, Brodesco, Busatto, Busolo, Campana, Capitanio, Capozzo, Carlassare, Carollo, Caretta, Carta, Casaro, Casarotto, Cavazzani, Cellizini, Cenzon, Ceruti, Chiarello, Chiaviccholo, Clarck, Collicelli, Comparin, Confalonieri, Cudiferro, Cumberlato, Dal Degan (Decani), Dal Ferro, Dal Maso, Dal Ponte, Dal Pra, Dal Santo, Dall'Osto, Dalla Laguna, Dalla Pozza, Dalla Seghe, Dalla Valle, Dalle Fusine, Dani, De Bassi, De Benedetti, De Cao, De Franchesi, De Munari, Testarys, De Zotti, Dissegna, Fabrello, Facci, Faccin, Fanton, Faora, Faoro, Fambotte, Fanaro, Fanitel, Fasiolo, Favaro, Feder, Ferrari, Filippi, Filosofo, Foderati, Fogliato, Fosinger, Fossinger, Franceschetti, Furegon, Fusato, Garzotto, Gasparoni, Gasparri, Gazzolo, Gelmi, Ghidotto, Ghisellini, Giacomini, Giordani, Gobbo, Gonzato, Greggio, Grendene, Griggio, Guazzo, Guerra, Guzzo, Kudela, Lain, Lambotte, Lanard, Lanaro, Lazzarotto, Lenzini, Leonardi, Libero, Lorenzato, Lovato, Lovison, Manfredi, Manfrin, Manuzatto, Manzardo, Marchetti, Marchetto, Marchesin, Marchioro, Marenda, Maruzzo, Marzinotto, Mazzaretto, Meda, Meneghini, Menegon, Menegozzo, Milani, Minchio, Mioni, Moer, Molinari, Mozzo, Nicoletti, Nicoli, Noaro, Nobile, Nobilio, Novello, Oletto, Panuzio, Paoletto, Pasquali, Pavan, Pegoraro, Perozzo, Perpaiolo, Piazza, Pierantoni, Pietrobelli, Pilastro, Pilotto, Pinaroli, Pinato, Pinton, Piva, Pizzigolotto, Pizzini, Pochet, Preato,  Raffaello, Rappo, Rasia, Raul, Rechi, Reschilian, Reynolds, Riello, Riva, Rizzotto, Rocchetto, Rodda, Rosotto, Rossangio, Rossati, Ruffino, Ruspina, Ruzzante, Saccardo, Sala, Salvalaggio, Salvato, Sandona, Santiago, Santini, Santon, Sbalchiero, Scatolaro, Schenato, Schiesaro, Schirato, Scortegagna, Segala, Serra, Sichova, Silvani, Silvestri, Simonato, Spigarolo, Stivanin, Strong, Tamiazzo, Tisato, Toffolon, Tognon, Tomasoni, Tommaselli, Tonello, Toniolo, Tosin, Trivellin, Uliana, Venturini, Vian, Vitadoro, Zaltron, Zanazzo, Zanella, Zanellato, Zanin, Zanoni, Zattera, Zenere, Zigliotto, Zocche, Zorzan.

Venetian names

Capozzo, Clarck, Cellizini, Collicelli, Confalonieri, De Testarys, Lambotte, Lanard, Pietrobelli, Pinaroli, Reschilian, Reynolds, Sichova, Strong


More names from Gallio, Roana, Enego, Foza, Lusiana, Conco & Rotzo

Abriani, Agostini, Alberti, Azzolini, Bertizzolo, Bertuzzi, Bonato, Bonora, Brunello, Caldana, Cappellari, Cerato, Cortese, Cortivo, Crestani, Dal Degan (Decani), Dalle Nogare, Dal Pozzo, Finco, Frisoni, Gianesini, Girardi, Lazzari, Lorenzi, Loser, Lunardi, Martello, Paccanaro, Passuello, Peterlin, Pilato, Rebeschini, Regazzi, Rela, Rizzolo, Rosa, Rubbo, Scappini, Soster, Tumelero, Vellar, Zambon, Zernar, Zotti, Xausa, Xilo.


Thank you to my good friend Gerardo Rigoni (Asiago) for assisting me with this endeavor!

L'Altopiano is comprised of 8 townships but it is actually fractured in hundreds of small hamlets (contrade e frazioni) - just lusiana has 87, asiago 32 plus sasso, gallio around 20 plus Stocareddo and Zaibana. Each contrada anciently rotated around an enlarged family (even the frazioni but they were bigger and usually on a trade route so with more families) and especially in the smaller towns of the altopiano the last name of the family was the name of the contrada (frison fron contrada frisoni, gianesini from gianesini, rebeschini from rebeschini).

Asiago was always the "capital" of the altopiano so as all capitals it had many "foreigners" coming in and out - for trade, for politics, for military occupation. Many Venitian last names found in Asiago go back to the Serenissima, other last names from the plains go back to the agricultural world when harvest in the plains would finish much earlier than in the mountains. The men from the plains would then go in the mountains as paid labor.  The rest was done by, first, the 1st world war bringing soldiers from about everywhere to the front and secondly then labourers from about everywhere for the reconstruction. Finally tourism has brought many to decide to live in Asiago - thusly the number of last names in difference of the other smaller towns.

Gerardo Rigoni



Asiago last names
- Abati, Antonini, Bali, Bartalino, Besso, Boraso, Bordi, Broglio, Faora, Faoro, Fambotte, Fanaro, Fanitel, Ghidotto, Lambotte, Lanard, Lenzini, Marchetti, Moer, Molinari, Paginini, Paoletto, Pizzato, Pretto, Rigon, Tommaselli and Vitadoro are all from other towns in the plains that in the years put roots in asiago but cannot be considered "antichi abitatori" that is ancient families.

Abriani, Ambrosini - Canove (Roana), Basso (principally from contrada San Domenico), Baù (all from Gallio - Sasso/Stoccareddo), Benetti, Bianchi (contrada Ebene), Bonomo, Bortoli (from Kaberlaba), Carli, Cherubin (Foza), Costa (both north and south contrade), Cunico (principally from Morar e Roncalto contrade), Dalle Ave (from contrada Ave), Dal Sasso, Forte (the last name given after the family stopped the advancing Maximillian I troops on the asiago borders long enough that Asiago could evacuate), Fracaro (fron San Carlo), Lobbia (from "cuba" the southern tip of asiago center), Longhini (contrada Pennar), Mosele (from contrade Giaga and Mosele), Munari - from Gallio, Muraro, Paganin (from contrada Cinque), Pertile (from contrada Bertigo; also from Gallio), Pesavento (from Buscar and Bosco contrade), Rela, Rigoni, Rodeghiero (from San Domenico and Berga Contrade; also written Rodighiero caused wrong spelling in the past), Rossi (principally from Sasso; also from Gallio at Stocareddo)
Sartori (Roana), Scaggiari, Silvagni (from cuba), Stefani (also from Gallio & Rotzo), Stella (from contrada Stellar; also Gallio), Strazzabosco , Tescari (Lusiana ), Vellar

Conco last names - Alberti, Bagnara, Bertacco, Brunello, Ciscato, Colpo, Cortese, Crestani, Dalle Nogare, Girardi, Passuello, Pilati, Pezzin, Pizzato, Poli, Pozza (also lusiana), Trotto, Zanella

Enego last names
- Bertizzolo, Bussolaro, Caregnato, Cappellaro, Cenci, Cerrato, Dalla Costa, Dalla Palma, Dimetto, Fincato, Francescato, Frison, Guzzo, Pasqualon

Foza last names:
Agostini, Alberti, Badaile, Biasia, Cappellari, Cattagni, Ceschi, Chiomento, Contri, Cristiani, Gheller, Fabro, Faifer, Giorgi , Guzzo, Lazzaretti , Lazzari, Lunardi, Marcolongo, Martini, Menegatti, Omizzolo, Oro, Stona

Gallio last names - Dalla, Dal Degan (Decani), Bona, Finco, Gianesini, Gloder, Marini, Munari, Paccanaro, Plebs, Sambugaro, Schivo, Segafreddo, Stella, Tagliaro, Tura

Lusiana last names - Abriani, Boscardin, Broglio, Busa, Canalia, Cantele, Corradin, Frello, Garzotto, Lupato, Maino, Pernechele, Pizzato, Pozza, Ronzani, Tescari, Villanova, Xausa, Zampese

Roana last names - Ambrosini, Fabris, Frigo, Martello, Mosele, Panozzo

Rotzo last names - Brusamarello, Dal Pozzo, Grisignano, Protto, Slaviero, Spagnolo, Stefani
 

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A note from Antonello Bortoli about the BORTOLI cognome:

I soprannomi delle famiglie Bortoli di Asiago erano: I Bortoli detti Càpuz, Dragolo e Krist che vivevano nelle contrade Caberlaba, Zocchi, Roncalto o Perch. I Bortoli detti Coa che vivevano nella contrada Coda. I Bortoli detti Giandon e Belo che vivevano nelle contrade Coda, Roncalto o Perch, Reutle, Valle Longhini, Vescovi. I Bortoli detti Kaberlabar e Cramar che vivevano nelle contrade Dall’Oglio, Crosara, Giazza, Sotto il Ponte e in Piazza di Sotto. Altri soprannomi delle famiglie Bortoli erano i Ragabus, Stroz, Sbarcemenna.

TRANSLATED:

The nicknames of the families Bortoli from Asiago were: the Bortolis called Càpuz, Dragolo and Krist that lived in the "contrade" Caberlaba, Zocchi, Roncalto or Perch. The Bortolis called Coa that  lived in the "contrada" Coa. The Bortolis called Giandon and Belo that lived in the "contrade" Coda, Roncalto or Perch, Reutle, Valle Longhini, Vescovi. The Bortolis called Kaberlabar and Cramar that lived in the "contrade" Dall'Oglio, Crosara, Giazza, Sotto il Ponte and in Piazza di Sotto. Other nicknames of the families Bortoli were Ragabus, Stroz, Sbarcemenna.



 

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SOPRANNOMI  - IN USO FRA LE FAMIGLIE DI ASIAGO

Following is a list of some of the soprannomi from the Families of Asiago. Family nicknames (soprannomi) in the Cimbra dialect served to distinguish one family from another. These nicknames go back a long way and then pass to the whole family. The Asiago area is close to Austria; therefore, many of the names are Germanic in origin.

This list was provided by: C. D. Bonomo of Asiago - Piazza Carli 11 - 36012 - Asiago - Telefono 62150


Babali, Patali, Paris, Camel,
Crechele, Snechele, Puferle, Nisch,
Stelele, Tulele, Gieberle, Vish,
Giochele, Giechele, Tinfo, Puntel.

Broco, Groter, Vitadoro, Fratin,
Meccele, Chejele, Pesce, Capus,
Stefle, Bodel, Colombo, Catus,
Pusciar, Loffar, Gheller, Puncin.

Cioco, Bordoa, Camparubar, Ballot,
Tuzzel, Patao, Marendata, Fiamaz,
Tegnele, Menele, Title, Straz,
Trotoli, Cornola, Guerdiele, Cavrot.

Steccar, Pignolo, Pedrocchi, Calzin,
Rampalar, Tumelar, Lebiele, Claus,
Lenzle, Castelar, Kepple, Xaus,
Tinle, Marcioro, Sciran, Todeschin.

Poia, Raconatt, Racquarotto, Giandon,
Sego, Fuso, Rocca, Pasquelle,
Cogo, Rizzo, Sozio, Borenle,
Lella, Parent, Canevela, Borlon.

Ciucci, Staccio, Puledro, Rigon, .
Pichle, Pesle, Kizzle, Ghel,
Taito, Pechara, Pegola, Pell,
Muller, Grabar, Magior, Polenton.

Brusatera, Prezincolo, Ghetti, Capetto,
Taliano, Russo, Tedesco, Franzesa,
Boemo, Fiorentina, Furlana, Tirolesa,
Treno, Tanasio, Corona, Foleto.

Capuzella, Tomese, Risle, Scelli,
Scoa, Macucchi, Ersele, Sit,
Scheo, Gasparel, Mariennele, Git,
Maddalene, Lodola, Ciorgolo, Belli.

Shana, Chelle, Vogel, Zarnarot,
Caicar, Mercant, Singar, Stival,
Penarosa, Nita, Zurlo, Schenal,
Bartolone, Porra, Mussa, Giechelot.

Reditario, Bestia, Groz, Crestanon.
Tullio, Cencio, Betle, Magnan,
Borra, Sordo, Busia, Toresan,
Bettinado, Scoio, Bauci, Felizon.

Polda, Kramar, Casg, Ciprienle,
Giungar Herle Mesele Meltar,
Gelmi, Vesso, Tebiele Fraiter,
Pappo, Prette, Tumas, Romenle.


Mesenar, Bardi, Scrivi, Colonelo,
Tacchi, Vaz, Tonolo, Razet,
Hol, Nepolo, Coar, Bortolet,
Obenar, Pezz, Mao, Ramandelo.

Contentissimo, Fedela, Miele, Chiun,
Parigin, Taufa, Redi, Ristar,
Grassi, Zania, Gambe, Vestar,
Tintinelo, Scalzaron, Stremble, Pun.

Cheso, Teni, Scobio, Stin,
Chigio, Creeca, Cars, Cesarina,
Gnogno, Tist, Vlich, Canarina,
Serie, Lavri, Steller, Mun.

Giovanelli, Doppio, Marta, Chior,
Ragaz, Cunsg, Goolle, Camplan,
Brunle, Fif, Botegon, Capelan,
Fioravante, Gambi, Flocca, Paor.

Campanaro, Chioffa, Cariola, Rabotto,
Cassorda, Chiorgolo, Laro, Mott,
Ruffa, Rigo, Longo, Gianot,
Temporale, Traia, Pretor, Terramoto.

Signore, Padreterno, Baldi, Lut,
Cocco, Celto, Maurar, Spadon,
Cunf, Busch, Bugar, Fanton,
Barbieri, Dragolo, Pistola, Pult.

Vecchia, Ruggia, Vezle, Danele,
Rossetto, Scacca, Siner, Reutle,
Rogajolo, Russe, Sciachar, Zanetle,
Sciroter, Schraun, Scampa, Maregnele.

Pest, Strendi, Pagnocca, Munfalar,
Aus, Bozza, Boricchi, Piron,
Ottar, Corele, Cilia, Simon,
Bastiani, Iozel, Bint, Covalar.

Graspa, Holla, Svanzega, Gnerle,
Tost, Engele, Sbindele, Suster,
Ghigna, Pimpi, Mecca, Bizzer,
Mestiera, Pezzetti, Polaro, Menle.

Sternle, Uco, Stefanetti, Fadin,
Zospedan, Triach, Vegro, Bachel,
Tenti, Ragabusch, Mariida, Nichel,
Melar, Magnalardo, Penna; Cerin.

Guardalto, Golo, Gaugo, Vanelot,
Heberle, Nicolele, Nonese, Rolf,
Palanzo, Pojes, Pello, Bolf,
Principe, Posterno, Grul, Paralot.

Nics, Priidegar, Menelo, Baiz,
Resciar, Matta, Landi, Carlin,
Bigoli, Natt, Pinei, Nanin,
Parra, Platenar, Pimpari, Squinz.

Pecche, Gent, Bisachese, Faggion,
Carisch, Groter, Pasg, Tabachin,
Kabarlabar, Pruck, Tinti, Scalabrin,
Sninf, Tuncali, Careghetta, Borton.

Publa, Nes, Hatala, Faff,
Strait, Cucco, Cocolo, Lott,
Cajo, Caldana, Carobola, Cott,
Rance, Selaro, Revese, Koff.

Neve, Masain, Zocchele, Runz,
Teco, Mas, Laitenar, Casat,
Scarto, Moselan, Spera, Poiat,
Tripp, Sech, Puch, Rutz.

Rizza, Spaaza, Stuppa, Lis,
Tognolo, Canerle, Peo, Spaz,
Pernolo, Patatela, Mea, Caz,
Tabori, Stern, Sardo, Niz.

Platta, Folo, Chela, Sciavat,
Plesc, Hebich, Gaigar, Petitle,
Fafina, Sciaor, Chucar, Felizle,
Bast, Celar?, Pippo, Schirat.

Glaser, Lampo, Gozzer, Spanton,
Fort, Bet, Pacca, Zalin,
Tais, Zigalo, Siesa, Tonin,
Ronar, Giraffa, Laan, Michelon.

Podesta, Groffolo, Nappa, Scieson?,
Munsc, Lenz, Soave, Rotar,
Goilar, Pianzot, Veterli, Altar,
Sponzio, Perlio, Stroz, Gianeson.

Sansone, Totaro, Taparo, Giustina,
Giechelesel, Fata, Fortaia, Zai,
Cinque, Specci, Lunghi, Caporai,
Lasse, Brutto, Cibo, Gallina.

Sceiz, Schitto, Petta, Bisacca,
Culi, Duri, Caga, Malo, Cola, Fiacca.

 

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COGNOME-SOPRANNOME

 

In Asiago, as elsewhere in Italia, the same families remained in the same towns for generations, resulting in very large extended families. Soprannomi distinguished one branch of the family from another, and/or one individual from another with the same name.

“Soprannomi” in Italian means “above the name” and refers to dialect nicknames. Another very good reason for the use of nicknames comes from the “rigor of most Italian naming traditions”. The first-born son is to be named after his paternal grandfather, and the second-born son is to be named after his maternal grandfather. Likewise, the first-born daughter is to be named after her paternal grandmother, and the second-born daughter is to be named after her maternal grandmother. The children that follow, “Lord willing”, are to be named after their godparents, not to mention the naming of children after patron saints. It goes without saying that many family members, and community members, end up with the same names. Obviously this leads to tremendous confusion when families and communities are gathered and talking to and about one another, which occurs frequently. Therefore there is actually a desperate need for nicknames.

When it comes to how certain nicknames are chosen for people, there are different sources and reasons. The most common categories that nicknames form out of are: a prominent physical feature, a unique behavioral trait, an interesting habit, an occupation, a place of origin, a favorite food, or a past memorable incident that pertains to the person being nicknamed.
 
This list shows the association between the cognome (surname) and the soprannome.

ABATI:
AMBROSINI:- Chentele
ANTONINI: Ungherese, Rarconatt
BALI:
BARTALINO:
BASSO: Bardan, Betle, Borton, Busch, Cencio, Cherubin, Coarse, Cuggo, Engele, Freccia, Grassi, Groz, Koars, Mestiera, Natt, Nittar, Palanea, Pillo, Romenle, Salata, Sol
BESSO:
BAU: Piron
BENETTI: Bisachese, Camel, Doppio, Selaro
BERTINI: Gennaro
BIANCHI: Corelle, Felizle, Lünzele (Lunzle),
Longhino, Schenal, Tuzzel
BONATO: Camparubar, Patit, Stiz
BONOMO: Calzin, Campanuro, Ciuci, Kepple, Pinci
BORASO:
BORDI:
BORTOLI: Capuz,
Cramar, Coa, Dragolo, Giandon, Kaberlabar, Krasmar, Krist, Ragabus, Title, Sbarcemenna, Stroz.
BRAZZALE:
BROGLIO:
CANTELE:
CAREGNATO:
CARLI: Bigoli, Capeto, Castelar, Cheiele, Chium, Ciorgolo, Cogo, Duri, Fagala, Fiamas (Fiamaz), Kastelar, Matta, Müller, Paris, Vaz, Zocchele
CERA:
COGO: Berto
COLPI:
CORA: Cigolo, Gaugo
COSTA: Ballot, Borghi, Camparubar, Capo, Casto, Ebech, Furlana, Gozzar, Hebech (Hebich), Loffar (Lotfar), Pruck, Puferle, Scrivi, Sech, Tonci, Vush
CUNICO: Borghi, Brinle (Brille), Brun, Cana (Canale), Cobe, Coco, Conajo, Conosco, Cornola, Corteliz, Fafina, Frate (Fratte), Git, Galinara(o), Grofolo, Hatela, Jegary (Gegari), Kasto (Casto), Macucchi, Mile (Müle
,Mülle) Pasg (Pas), Pel, Piasentin, Picelle, Pizel (Pizzelle), Rinetta, Scoa
DAL MOLIN:
DALLA BONA: Fradarina
DALLA CLAMA:
DALLA COSTA:
DALLE AVE: Caicar, Chior, Herle, Mun, Stradino, Tinfo, Toni
DALL'OGLIO: Marcia
DAL SASSO: Bet, Ghellar, Matte, Tonin
FABRIS:
FAMBOTTE:
FANARO:
FANTINEL:
FERRONATO: Lobbiele
FONTANA:
FORTE: Brunetto, Brusatera, Lan (Laan), Sceran or Sciran, Voghel (Vogel)
FRACARO: Giungar, Meltar, Mora, Nicolele, Puch, Pusciar, Vitadoro
FRACCARO:
FRANCHESCHI:
FRIGO: Pontel, Rigo, Reich, Ronar.
GATTOLINI:
GIOS: Bughi, Giovannina, Tunkali (Tuncali)
GRASSER:
GUGLIELMI: Marendata, Ril
GUOLI: Fuso, Gol
GUOLO:
LAMBOTTE:
LANARD:
LAZZARETTO:
LEIVORE: Toio
LENZINI:
LOBBIA: Puncin, Trottoli

LONGHINI: Andreino, Broccolo, Cogo, Crac(k), Meneghin, Teco
MAGNABOSCO:
MAINO:
MARANGONI:
MARCHETTI:
MARCHIORELLO:
MARINI:
MARTINI:
MATTIELLO:
MENAROLA:
MOER:
MOLINARI:
MOLINI:
MOSELE: Capuzel (Capuzzela, Kapuzel), Cerle, Culi (Culli), Gaigar, Peri, Poslen, Scirotar (Scrioter)
MUNARI: Carlin
MURARO:
NALLI:
PAGANIN(i): Cinque, Gent, Giraffa, Gnogna, Gnogne, Nepolo, Obenar, Risle, Razet, Sego, Stunf, Tognele
PANCRAZIO:
PANGRAZIO: Lut
PANOZZO:
PAOLETTO:
PARISOTTO:
PASUELLO: Bettele
PELLIZZARO:
PERTILE: Ciore, Jozel, Ragaz
PESAVENTO: Albertino, Bais or Baiz, Bortolone, Bosco, Cale, Cannavela or Canevela, Celli or Scelli, Coccoli, Cofa, Cot or Kot, Hano, Hatela or Hatala, Holla, Kof/Kofa, Landi, Lanoli, Lot, Nes/Nesc/Ness/Nesz, Pasc/Pasg/Pash/Pasch/Pass, Picolot , Puzza, Rabotto, Sponzio, Squinz, Stefle, Sten, Taisc or Taish, Tumas, Zouza
PEZZIN: Rina
PIZZATO:
PLEBS:
POZZA:
REBESCHINI:
REGAZZI: Ragaz
RELA:
RIGINO:
RIGON: Cocolo, Laiten, Maurar, Pennar, Tucel
RIGONI: Bais(z), Belo, Boemo, Brocca, Camplan, Carish (Carisc), Casaro, Cassogno, Cassordar, Cianga, Cocolo, Colombo, Contentissimo, Crestanon, Gabura, Gambe, Ghetti, Grabar, Guadinalto, Kaus, Laiten, Laitenar, Lella, Longo, Magnalardo, Magnan, Marendata, Maurar, Mercant, Mesele, Nappa, Niz, Patatela, Pegola, Perlio, Pesce, Podesta, Pun, Rendola, Rocca, Rosetta, Russo, Schirat or Schirar, Scojo, Snacco, Snechele, Soot, Sordo, Stern, Stiral, Suster, Taparo, Tapioka, Titta, Tolla, Tomese, Tognolo(i), Tubi, Tuzzel, Viao, Xaus, Zanga, Zai, Zurli, Zurlo.
ROBUSTELLI:
RODEGHIERO: Bardoa, Caldana, Cheberle, Folo, Fornaretta(o), Giochele, Moselan, Nichel (Nikel), Parigin(o), Polenton, Resciar, Runz,  Spera, Tabio, Vestar
ROSSI:
SARTORI: Barri, Leone, Parent, Braido
SCAGGIARI: Habali, Borlon, Scaggiaro
SEGAFRADO:
SILVAGNI:Patao
SILVAGNO:
SLAVEIRO:
SMIDERLE:
SPAGNOLO:
SPILLER:
STEFANI: Canerle, Catus, Cloco, Marcior, Mas, Moro, Pechara, Rampelar, Rightarle, Scheo, Sech, Sponderle
STELLA: Celto, Ciuka, Groter, Maccia, Mans, Masein, Reditario, Rightarle, Sciaor, Sech, Stellar
STERCHELE:
STRAZZABOSCO: Ghel, Menele, Saprion, Stel, Stellele
TESCARI:
TESSARI: Pignolo, Porra
TOLIN: Lilly, Cioca
TOMMASELLI:
TRAVERSO:
TURA:
VALENTE:
VELLAR: Mus
VESCOVI: Bedela, Bedele, Bodel, Ninetta, Puledro, Revese, Tumelar
VIERO:
VIANELLO: Biki
VILLANOVA:
ZANETTI: Concetta
ZANOTELLI:
ZERNAR: Claus
ZORZI:
ZOVI:

 

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