Mancebo Family History

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Mancebo Name Meaning

Spanish: occupational or status name for a serf or servant, also ‘youth’, ‘single man’, Old Spanish mancebo (Late Latin mancipus, from classical Latin mancipium ‘slave’).

Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press

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Mancebo Family Origin

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Mancebo Family Occupations

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Mancebo Historical Records

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Mancebo Life Expectancy

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