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|−|Description Antúnez (son of Anton), Toledo, Castile, Spain. |+|
|−|APPEARANCE IN THE LAST CENTURY official Spain XVII. SPANISH surnames conversos. THERE The following variants: ANTONIO, aNTONIA, ANTA, ANTUNES, Antunia, ANTUNYES. Antunez comes of aramaic Anton = YOU. |+|
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|−|Description Bacque is a surname which is a variant of the surname Vaquero, which Frenchified and remained Bacque. Comes from the Yiddish Bacque Poyer = cowboy. |+|
|−|His appearance in France, specifically in the High Pyrenees and the Netherlands Pyrenees, too, was in the fifteenth century. |+|
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|−|Calvete Description The name is a variant of Calvo, a converted Jew surname Spanish, but adapted to the Galician language. It comes from the Hebrew word Kerea =bald. Your APPARITION in Galicia, Spain, was in the fifteenth century. |+|
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|−|Description The name Basque Castilian Elizabel that means "meadow of the church," and is derived from Prado Spanish Jewish convert. No doubt this name was adapted to Euskera, the language of the Basques. Comes from the Hebrew Elizabel Aju = meadow. The emergence of this name was in the Basque country, Euskal Herria, in the sixteenth century, is a convert. |+|
|−|Description Ferreiro (Smith), La Coruna, Galicia, Spain. APPARITION |+|
|−|SPAIN IN OFFICIALLY THE LAST CENTURY XV. Conversos surnames SPANISH. THE FOLLOWING VARIATIONS: FERREIRA, FERREYRA, FERRARA,FERRARO, FERRERO, FERRER, FERRO. Ferreiro comes of hebrew barzelai = SMITH. |+|
|−|Description PEREIRO (PEAR Tree), La Coruña and Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain. |+|
|−|APPEARANCE IN THE LAST CENTURY official Spain XV. SPANISH surnames conversos. THERE THE Following variants: PEREIRA, PEREYRA, PEREIRA, PEREIRA, |+|
|−|PEREIRA, PERA, PERAL, PERALES, Peron, Perot, Perote,Pereda, Perel, Peraleda, PARES, PERERA, Perera, PERER, Pereló or Perelló. Pereiro comes of Hebrew agas = pear. |+|
|−|Description SANTI ("SON OF SANTO" IN THE LATIN because it comes from "Sanctus" or "SANTOS" in Italian language, OF ALL |+|
|−|WAYS, THE LAST OF THE APPLICABLE SANTI Hebrew Kadosh = SANTO) ALESSANDRIA, PIEMONTE, ITALY. APPEARANCE OF OFFICIALLY IN ITALY LAST CENTURY XIV. SURNAME SPANISH ORIGIN conversos (descendants of |+|
|−|Judeo-Spanish). THE FOLLOWING VARIATIONS: SANT,HOLY, HOLY, Santon, Santon, SANTONI, SANTINI, SANTINACCI, |+|
|−|Santinelli, Santucci. |+|
|−|Description Villar is a surname found in Galicia, Spain (Spain) and also in Portugal. It is assumed that the origin of this name comes from the Galician Portuguese Hebrew Ira (Villa), is the name of an abode, a place. Another Villa variant is Vila, therefore, from here it follows that the names appear Villar and Vilar. The appearance of this surname XV century. |+|
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