De Bono or Debono is a surname of Italian origin, rooted from the Latin word "Bonus" meaning "Good". It originated in Northern Italy and its first known documentation appears in Parma in the thirteenth centaury, where it is recorded in deeds of property sale.
Notable people with the surname include:
- Edward de Bono, a Maltese physician, author, inventor and consultant.
- Emilio De Bono, an Italian general and fascist activist
- Dan DeBono, an American writer and novelist.
- Franco Debono, former Member of Parliament and Commissioner of Laws in Malta.
- Damaso Pio De Bono, an Italian Bishop, eighth Bishop of Caltagirone.(1850-1927)
- Joe Debono Grech, a Maltese politician for the Labour Party.
- Joseph E. Debono, a Maltese physician and professor.
- Gaspar de Bono, a Spanish monk of the order of Minims, venerated as blessed. (1530-1604)
- Raphael Debono, a 19th-century Maltese minor philosopher.
- Giovanna Debono, a Maltese Nationalist Minister for Gozo between 1998 and 2013.
- S. Debono, a 19th-century a Maltese scientist, linguist and minor philosopher.
- "Debono Family Crest, Coat of Arms, Name History and Name Meaning".
- "Famiglia De Bono - Origine cognome De Bono - Scheda Araldica, stemma e storia della famiglia De Bono".
- "Famiglia Di Bono - Origine cognome Di Bono - Scheda Araldica, stemma e storia della famiglia Di Bono".
- "Famiglia Del Bono - Origine cognome Del Bono - Scheda Araldica, stemma e storia della famiglia Del Bono".
- "Famiglia Buono - Origine cognome Buono - Scheda Araldica, stemma e storia della famiglia Buono".
- "Famiglia Buonomo - Origine cognome Buonomo - Scheda Araldica, stemma e storia della famiglia Buonomo".
- "The Militia List of 1419-20". Maltese History & Heritage.
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