Does the highlighted word look like "Trosani" to you?

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Does the highlighted word look like "Trosani" to you?

Postby stellina13 » 16 Sep 2012, 19:32

Can you please confirm that the red highlighted word is "Trosani" and she comes from Carapelle? thank you!
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Re: Does the highlighted word look like "Trosani" to you?

Postby liviomoreno » 16 Sep 2012, 19:48

Trojani.
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Re: Does the highlighted word look like "Trosani" to you?

Postby stellina13 » 16 Sep 2012, 20:11

Livio, thank you but since there is no "J" in Italian, what would that Latin word translated to Italian be?
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Re: Does the highlighted word look like "Trosani" to you?

Postby suanj » 16 Sep 2012, 21:16

Livio is right...
Trojani= Troiani; in the past time when in a name or word was a hiatus and one vocal was a "i", it was used the "j" ( instead of "i") so no doubts in the spelling..
that because all records was by handwriting.. and no typed...
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