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question from birth act

Postby Poipuo4 » 02 Apr 2007, 13:33

On my great grandfather's birth act, there is the phrase civile domiciliato. I know that domiciliato means "residing", but does civile domiciliato means he is a civilian, residing in the town? (I don't have the act with me right now to scan). Basicially, the part I am asking about in English says, Nicola Insarda has come forward, 40 yrs. of age, "civile domiciliato" (residing) in Plaesano.

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Re: question from birth act

Postby liviomoreno » 02 Apr 2007, 14:33

"civile domiciliato" has no meaning in Italian. Please provide the correct full sentence, or a picture of the act.


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