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Caricati has a stock in Andria in the Bari area and one in Basilicata, in Latronico, Potenza, Castelsaraceno and Marsico Vetere in the Potenza area and Policoro in the Matera area, Caricato is typically Apulian from Lecce, Campi Salentina, Lequile, Monteroni di Lecce, Carmiano, Cavallino, Novoli and San Pietro in Lama in the Lecce area, Gioia del Colle and Bari in the Bari area and Foggia, with presences also in Calabria at Rossano and Fagnano Castello in the Cosenza area and at Villa San Giovanni in the Reggio area, should derive from a nickname originated from the fact of to do a job as a hauler, or from being full of commitments, perhaps even in the sense that the founders were burdened by debts.

Bibliographic source' "L'origine dei cognomi Italianim storia ed etimologia" di E. Rossoni disponibile online su: https://archive.org/


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