Ventre Family History
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Ventre Name Meaning
Italian and French: nickname for a man with a large paunch, from Italian, Old French ventre ‘belly’ (Latin venter). Italian: probably from a short form of the personal names Bonventre or Brazzaventre. English: nickname for a bold or daring person, from Middle English aventure ‘chance’, ‘hazard’. Compare Venters.
Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press
Similar surnames: Ventry, Venters, Gentry, Ventura, Gentle, Petre, Vent, Vetro, Bentle