Casina is practically unique, Casini is very widespread in the area that includes Emilia, Tuscany, Umbria and the high Lazio, Casino, very rare, it would seem Poggiorsini (BA), should derive everything from place names like Casina (RE), Casini (FI) (SI) and (PT), Casino (SI) (PI) (RE) (FR) and (Rome) and many others, an example of this use is given in the Diplomatic Code of the Medieval Lombardy in the year 1153 in Lodi: "... in the suburb of Sancti Naboris de Laude and in quo suprascripti patruus et nepotes habitant, whose east and evening and evening, in fictatory meridians Arialdi de Casino, upstream filiorum quondam Ambroxoni de Bagnolo, sic ibique alii sunt coherentes ... ". integration provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Casini is a fairly common surname, derived from one of the many toponyms Casina, mostly Apennines. From the medieval Latin casina «cascina». For the Modenese I will remember Casine di Sestola. Source: F. Violi, Surnames in Modena and in the Modena area.
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