Santorum

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Santorum

  1. A surname​.
    • 2008, Paul Ryan Brewer, chapter 4, Value War, Rowan & Littlefield, Inc., ISBN 978-0-7425-6210-3, page 67:
      On April 7, 2003, Senator Rick Santorum signaled his opposition to same-sex marriage in no uncertain terms.

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  1. ^ 2003, Mario Cassar, The surnames of the Maltese Islands: an etymological dictionary: < It. santorino meaning "a native of or an immigrant originating from Santorini" [Wettinger:1978]. Related It. forms: Santori(o), Santorelli, Santorini, Santoriello, Santorum, Santoru (Sard.).