Alessandrella, very very rare, is of the Neapolitan, Alessandrelli has a stock in the band that includes the Marche, Umbria and Lazio and a stock in the Lecce area, Alessandrello would seem typically Sicilian from Ragusa, Alessandretti is specific to Assisi in Perugia, Alessandri is widespread throughout the centronord, with a stock also in the Lecce area, Alessandrin, absolutely rare, is from the Venetian dialect, Alessandrina is almost unique, Alessandrini is widespread throughout the centronord, Alessandrino has very small strains in Campania, Puglia and Sicily, Alessandris, extremely rare, it is specific of the Udine area, Alessandro is of the centrosud, of Campania and Sicily in particular, Alessandroni is characteristic of the area that includes the Rimini, the Marche, the Teramo, the Aquila and the coastal Lazio, Alessandrucci, absolutely rare , is from the Viterbo area. The name Alessandro, both directly and through hypocoristic or accretive, is obviously the origin of all these surnames, the origin is Macedonian (Indo-European), then spread to Greece and, even if with little diffusion, in Roman Italy, had a greater diffusion with the late Middle Ages and the first surnames date back to the Renaissance period. Diffusion is normally distributed throughout the Italian territory.
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