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This surname comes from houses in Ceánuri, Durango, y en el
Valle de Oyarzun (San Sebastian, Guipuzcoa).
Its meaning is "Lugar de Cuevas" (place of caves). Perhaps
the site of the original house was near some caves? There
was not very much information to be had about the
significance or meaning. Most of the heraldic books did not
mention a meaning.
The coat of arms is divided into two halves vertically. The
left side is a field of silver upon which a green oak with
golden fruit is suspended (it's roots are showing). The
right side is a checkered pattern of gold and red.
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