Candolini, very rare, has a small Friulian stock in the Udine area, in particular in Gemona del Friuli, Bordano and Fagagna, and a very small one in Teramo, Candolino, almost unique, due to a transcription error of the previous one, it should be a matter of hypocoristic dialectal forms of dialectal truncation of the name Candido, which in Friulian becomes Cjandi, then through the typically Venetian hypocoristic in -olo, -ulo became Cjàndul, who, with a subsequent hypocoristic modification, changed into Cjandulìn, then Italianized into Candolini. Traces of these surnames can be dated back to at least 1600, in the book Cenni beans on the castle of Porcia of 1629 we read: "The popular of Portia for the most part, indeed almost all, are foreigners, come from different places and before: them Bernardi and those from the bridge were from Davian, the Varisks, those of the Gold and those of Albin, .. Zaniacomo Paris brescian, Orlando savel bell ringer from Gemona, Rubeo forestier, Marco Candolin from the Meduna, the heirs of Zangiacomo de Zanchis from Triviso. .. ".
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