Bagli, very rare, is typical of the Rimini area, Baglietti is northern and is extremely rare, Baglini, very rare, is typical of Pisa and Livorno, Baglio would seem Sicilian, Baglioni is typical of the central belt of Italy, Baglione is mainly widespread in Piedmont, Sicily and Lazio, Baglivi has a stock in the Salerno area of Perito and Agropoli and one in Lecce in Lecce and Vernole, Baglico has a Campania stock in Cicciano (NA) and Casal Velino (SA) and an important Apulian stock in Tricase (LE) and, still in the Lecce Presicce, Specchia, Taurisano and Galatina, Baione, very rare, is typical of the Salerno area and of Lucania, Salerno, Altavilla Silentina (SA) and Potenza, Baioni is specific to the Milanese and Bergamo area, of Romagna and of the brands, Bajoni, absolutely rare, would seem to be from Milan, Bajetta, very very rare, is from the Milanese, Bajetti definitely much more rare, it could be Lombard. The origin of these surnames is attributable to the function of Baglio or Baglivo which from the late Middle Ages served to indicate characters who occupied important positions both political and administrative or judicial. Il Baglio or Balio or Balivo was the magistrate or councilor regenting a city on behalf of the sovereign and belonging to the family of a Bailiff was an honorary reason, so much so as to make it an attribute to be transmitted to descendants, thus identifying an origin that distinguished itself from the norm . The distribution of the surname is throughout Italy, although more represented in the central one.
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