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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Accio


ACCIO | ACCIU

Accio, absolutely rare, is now present only in Piedmont, Acciu, almost unique, is present in Piedmont and Sardinia, should derive from apheretic forms of hypocoristic names like Michelaccio or similar. additions provided by Giuseppe Concas ACCIU; ACCIO: unlikely to derive from Latin Accius, Roman noble. More likely from acc (i) u, which in Logudorese means skilled, shrewd, in suitable Campidanese, suitable, from Tuscan rustic accio = early, prompt, or from avaccio, probably from the Latin vivacius. A rare last name, currently present in the Acciu variant in 4 municipalities, of which 2 in Sardinia: Barisardo with 8, Cagliari; 1 in Piedmont, in Vercelli with 2; 1 in Lombardy, in Robbio (PV) with 2. In the Accio variant, in 12 municipalities, with greater diffusion in Piedmont, Lombardy, Veneto Lazio, etc .: absent in Sardinia

Bibliographic source' "L'origine dei cognomi Italianim storia ed etimologia" di E. Rossoni disponibile online su: https://archive.org/


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