sábado, marzo 07, 2009

The italian surname Musso is patronymic im origin, being one of those names derived from the first name of a father. In this case it is derived from Musso, a pet form of Giacomo and simply denotes "son of Musso". The personal name Giacomo, the italian form of james, means "may God protect", the supplanter. Medieval Christendom. In Emilia Romagna is derived from the ancient Latin name Mucius or Mutius,which the time at late Roman Empire was pronounced Muzio or Muzzio, variants of the surname Musso include Muzi, Muzzarelli and Muzzarini...
(Das kann ich auch auf Deutsch sagen...e come in italiano!)
Ardet Brachium et lucet fides eädem Luisa Musso



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