Translation: from spanish

much practised

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  • Curlis — This unusual and interesting name is chiefly from the West Midland counties of England. It is an example of the method of creating surnames that was much practised in the Middle Ages, that of using a nickname as a distinguishing surname. In this… …   Surnames reference

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