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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Chinni


China has a small stock in the Udine area, one in Monte Romano in the Viterbo area and one in Rome, there is a Sicilian lineage on the island of Lipari, Chinelli that would seem typically Lombard from Bergamo, and southern Milan, has a stock also in the Piacenza area and one in the Bari, Chinello is specific to the Paduan area, Chini is very common in Trentino and in the neighboring Brescia area, in the Milan area, in Tuscany, especially in the Florentine area, and in Lazio, Chinni has a stock in the Apennine Bolognese, one in Rome, one in Rome and one in the province of Foggia, Chinno, almost unique, would appear to be from the Foggia area, Chino, very rare, has a Venetian lineage in Padua and Venice and one in Piedmont, all these surnames should derive from apheretic forms and from their hypocoristic names of a hypocoristic name Francesco or Luca , become first Franceschino, or Luchino in their hypocoristic forms, then Chino for apheresis, and in some cases for a further hypocoristic Chinello, or for dialectal alteration Chinno.

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

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