This is a really interesting thing to hear from you. Thanks!However you did not mention the historical trait that refers to the very name Karp and it is associated with the forgotten Italian noble by the name Carpio. His name sounds softly enough to presume the structure of derivation of the KARP form must have something in common with this Italian roots. As far as I know the first hints on this Carpio were dated on the 13th century. His family supposedly got assimilated at that time
Robert Karp from Poland
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