Meaning of "coniugi norbani"

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Meaning of "coniugi norbani"

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Can anyone translate the term "coniugi norbani"? I cannot find the word norbani anywhere.

As always, thanks so much for your help.
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aristides wrote:Can anyone translate the term "coniugi norbani"? I cannot find the word norbani anywhere.

As always, thanks so much for your help.
Context?

Norbani may be a name.
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Are you sure it is "norbani"? Could you post the document so that we can check?
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Norbani maybe a town in Lazio relating to the name NORBA. So it may relate to a marriage in Norma 04010 (?) (latina) =Peter=
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Here are the docs in question.
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aristides wrote:Here are the docs in question.
Am I missing something? I can't see any document
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aristides wrote:Here are the docs in question.
If you have problems, send them to liviomoreno @ gmail.com
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I tried to attach a pdf of the documents. Can I do that?
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You cannot attach files to this forum (theoretically you could but it does not work). You should upload a .jpg or .gif file to imageshack, or any hoesting system and post here the related URL.

BTW. I got your file, and as anticipated by Peter Timber, norbano is an adjective meaning inhabitant of Norma (whose ancient name was Norba).
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Thanks so much for help with this. Very much appreciated.

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Here is a link to your documents, issued by the Parish in Norma...
http://img706.imageshack.us/img706/4662 ... tesimo.jpg

and this is a link in English about Norba
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norba
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I think "conigui" refers to spouses.

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Tessa78 wrote:I think "conigui" refers to spouses.

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conigui has no meaning...

coniugi = husband and wife (spouses)

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:-o
OOPS! I really must watch my typos...
Thanks for pointing that out Livio! :-)

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