The surname Raso may be derived form the Italian word "raso," meaning "level," or "smooth, " in which case, it may have been a
for someone with close-cropped hair; or it may have derived from another Italian word "raso," which meant "satin;" in which case it was likely an
name for a someone who made or traded in clothing or cloth.
The surname Raso was first found in the city of Milan.
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of this family name include: Raso, Rasi, Rasini, Rasetti, Rasoni, Rasotto, Rasotti, Rasetto, Rasetta, Rasino, Rasone and many more.