Present throughout Italy Bucci, Umbrian Buccetti and very rare and of unidentifiable origin Bucetti, so as to suggest errors in transcription of the form with two t, Buccio has two strains one from Brescia to Bagolino and one from Campania to San Nicola Baronia (AV) . The origin could be from the Latin word bucca through a dialectal nickname the final in i identifies the form those of the mouth. additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Bucci and Buccio come from the medieval personal name Buccio, apheretic hypocoristic of Giacobo, variant of Giacomo that means God has protected.
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