Verano is a surname of Basque origin. as a word it means Summer in Spanish language, but as a family name in Basque language is "a habitational name from a town in Biscay province, Basque Country in Spain", and usually applies to the descendants of the Verano family, an old basque noble family originally from Biscay province in Basque Country. It's also connected to two important Italian cities, Camerino and Ferrara, The surname Verano has been found in Camerino from as early as the 13th-16th centuries, first with the title of Vicars of the Holy See. A bishop has even been cited from there in 1482. The Verano (surname) is distributed between Verano's family in some countries such Spain (The former Spanish colonies) in the Philippines where substantial numbers of Basques emigrated to, including United States, France, Italy, and Mexico.