Bussagli is typically Tuscan, has a stock in Poggibonsi in Siena, one in Volterra in Pisa, one in Certaldo in Florence and one in Piombino in Livorno, Bussaglia has a stock at Pergola and Fano in Pesaro and one in Rome, Busaglia, practically unique, it should be due to a mistaken transcription of the previous one, could derive from the name of the locality of Bussaglia in Corsica, according to another hypothesis they would derive instead from dialectal alterations of the Germanic medieval name Bussa, Busso, of which we have an example of use : "... Magna suae Busso pondera laudis habet. Marchia tunc equitum quo dicitur usa magistro, Opposuit patriam cum Pomeranus opem. Alvensleviacam quod si velit order gentem Verba ligans numeris Musa referre meis: Ilias est magno his seasoned qualis Homero, Moliri fear that viderer opus. .. ".
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