Bottigli, absolutely rare, is present in Perugia and Livorno, Bottiglio is practically unique, Bottiglione has a small stock in Pescara and L'Aquila and one in Taranto, Bottiglioni, quite rare, has significant presence in La Spezia, Lucca and Siena , Buttigli, very very rare, is from Perugia, Buttiglio is practically unique, Buttiglione is typically Apulian, from Bari and Taranto, Buttiglioni, unique, is probably due to an error in transcription of the previous one, could derive from the name of a place like Monte Bottigli in the Grosseto area or even, both directly and through growth, from the medieval name Bottilio of which we have an example in a Pisan document of 1185: "... Presentibus Bottilio quondam Rubi de Cologole et Ciabatto pellario quondam Pinthuli et Ventura calsulario filio Moretty pellarii ... ". additions provided by Ubaldo Bottigli Surname present in Umbria (in particular Perugia) and Tuscany. The surname is present in a land register of 1427 in Florence. additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Buttiglione is a frequent name in the area of Bari, it is an augmentative derivative of 'bottle' (the 'buttiglione' form is of southern dialects). In a metaphorical sense as a nickname it could indicate a short and squat person with a particular neck. Minervini 109.
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