Cecchetti is typical of the central belt that includes Tuscany, Marche, Umbria and Lazio, decidedly from the Veneto Cecchetto, Ceccon and Cecconello, while Cecchi is from Tuscany, Cecchin is decidedly Venetian, particularly from Padua, Cecchinelli is typical of La Spezia, of Castelnuovo Magra, Ortonovo , Sarzana and La Spezia, with a lineage also in Carrara and Massa, and a stock in the Roman in Rome, Lanuvio and Velletri, Cecchinello, very very rare, is of Paduan, of Stanghella in particular, Cecchini is widespread throughout the centronord , with maximum concentration in the center, central Cecconi, Cecon is characteristic of the upper Udine area, Ceconi very rare and Ciconi, which is even more so, are typical of the Udine area, Cicchinelli is typical of Central Italy, of Abruzzo, of the 'L'Aquila in particular, from San Vincenzo Valle Roveto, Civita d'Antino, Morino, Avezzano, Trasacco, Luco dei Marsi and Civitella Roveto, with a large stock in Rome and good presences also in Albano Laziale, Guidonia Monte celio and Fiumicino in the Roman and Pescosolido in frusinate, in Argentina there is a large stock of Italian emigrants with this surname, Cicchinello has now disappeared in Italy and is present only in Argentina, all these surnames derive directly or through hypocoristic, even compound, from variations of the Italian medieval name Cecco, or Cicco, apheretic dialectal forms of the name Francesco, an example of this use we find in a writing of 1332: "... Ser Cecchinus de Campilia. Mactheus Scarsus. Pasquinus de Casciana not. M. p. Ser Bacciameus Tadi. Gorus Savini. Bartalus de Ripuli ... ", we remember the famous Sienese poet of 1200 Cecco Angiolieri; we find traces of this surname in San Vito al Tagliamento (UD) in 1400 with Giacomo Ceconi Cameraro of the local Church of S. Michele.
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