nickname for a person who was born on Easter day. The word "pasqua" is derived from the ecclesiastical Latin word "Pascha," which in turn comes from the Greek "Pascha" and the Hebrew "Pesah" (through the Aramaic "Pisha"). Pesah was the holiday which celebrated the liberation of the people of Israel from the slavery in Egypt and coincided with the Christian holiday.
Early Origins of the Dipasquale family
Venice, although branches of this surname are found in Genoa, Naples, Sicily, Ferrara, Florence, Bologna and Siena.
Early History of the Dipasquale family
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Dipasquale Spelling Variations
Spelling variations of this family name include: DiPasqua, Pasca, Paschetti, Paschetto, Paschi, Paschini, Pasco, Pascolit, Pascolato, Pascoletti, Pascoli, Pascolini, Pascolo, Pascolutti, Pascot, Pascotti, Pascucci, Pasculli, Pascutti, Pascutto, Pascuzzi, Pascuzzo, Pasqua, Pasquati, Pasquato, Pasquazzo, Pasquelli, Pasquetti, Pasqui, Pasquasi, Pasquinelli, Pasquini, Pasquino, Pasquinucci, Pasquinuzzi and many more.
Early Notables of the Dipasquale family (pre 1700)
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Migration of the Dipasquale family to the New World and Oceana
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Dipasquale Settlers in United States in the 20th Century
Contemporary Notables of the name Dipasquale (post 1700)
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