Buglia, very rare, is typical of the area of Frascati and Monte Porzio Catone in the Roman area, Bugli has a large nucleus in Rimini in Rimini, Riccione and Santarcangelo di Romagna, a small stock in Rignano Sull`Arno and in the Florentine area, Bugliazzini is specific to Canale Monterano in the Roman, Buglio, very rare has a small stock in Albosaggia in the Sondriese area, which could derive from the name of the town Buglio in Monte always in the Sondriese, a very small one in the Verona area and one in Catania, Buglione is well rooted in Campania, especially in the Caserta and Neapolitan, and in Basilicata in the Potentino area, Buglioni is specific to the central belt that includes the Marche, Umbria and Roman regions, all of which should derive directly, through hypochoristic, even composite, or accretive, from the medieval name Bullius of which we have a reply to Arcene in the Bergamo area in a Carta finis of 1157: "Carta finis, quam fecit Mazolus, filius condam Marchixi qui dicebatur Bullius, de terris quas habebat | in territ orio de Baniollo, facta .MCLVII. in manu Ugonis qui dicitur Platus et quorumdam aliorum ... ", but it is also possible a derivation from a nickname perhaps originated from the northern dialectal term buiol (hot source, often sulphurous) or also from the ancient Italian word buglia (confusion, gazzarra) , we find traces of this surname in Siena in an act that reports the inventory of the assets of the municipality of Siena in Montemassi (GR) in 1381, where it reads: "... The heirs of the Buglia from Montemassi, of the county of Siena, land year and vineyard called il cortee luoco called nelata contrata of Battifolle ... ". Additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Bugli probably derives from the ancient Italian 'buglia' = confused multitude of people or things, from lat. = to boil, to boil, from which also the voices 'bugliolo', 'gar-buglio', 'sub-buglio' = scuffle, almost boiling of more people making noise, or perhaps even from a personal Latin Bullius.
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