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Bazzica is typically Perugian, Bazzichi is typical of Pietrasanta and Seravezza (LU), should derive from a nickname originated from the word bazza (gain) and could indicate the trade of usurers or attitudes of extreme interest for profit. additions provided by Franco Pettinato Bazzichi is a Tuscan surname and more precisely of Versilia. A Giovanni Del Bazicha smith is already in the cadastral maps of Pietrasanta in 1549. The meaning could come from a nickname in the sense of avid player of Bazzica (card game of French origin), but also from Bazzico, (confidant companion perhaps in a derogatory sense) see. the verb to hang out. Source: Alessandro Bramanti Etymology and origin of the Versilian surnames, in: "Le Apuane A. 18 n ° 35 ... Nov 1996" magazine

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

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