Manfredo Family History
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Manfredo Name Meaning
Italian: from the Germanic personal name Mag(in)frid, composed of the elements mag(in) ‘strength’, ‘might’ + frid ‘peace’ (common in Lombardic records in the mid- and late 8th century). Compare Manfred. The name was most famously borne by Manfredo (c.1232–66), king of Sicily 1258–66, son of the Holy Roman emperor Frederick II.
Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press
Similar surnames: Manfred, Loffredo, Tancredi, Manfredi, Manier, Manard, Manfredonia