Cimarosti rare is typical of the Venetian and western Friuli, Cimarosto, very rare, it is Venetian, Cimarrusto extremely rare seems to be from Foggia, Cimarrusti is always very rare and typical of the area that includes Bari, Matera and Taranto, Cimarusti is absolutely rare, Cimmarrusti and Cimmarusti, very rare, are typical of the Bari area of Valenzano in particular, they should derive from nicknames, as one might argue from this piece taken from the Baldus by Teofilo Folengo, writer born in Mantua in 1491: "... Alter erat Baldi Compagnus nomine Cingar, Cingar scampasoga, Cimarostus, ... ... accortusque, thief, always cheating paratus ... ". additions provided by Marco Cimarosti there was a Zimarost family (typical transformation of the letter C into Z in the written language of the Tyrolean documents of the time) in 1492 in Malè, Val di Sole trento: "Ser Laurentio Zimarost di Ser Antonio" appears as they regulate in the papers as a rule of Malè, the title ser indicates the profession of notary, the fact that it regulates indicates that the family had been part of the community for a long time. additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Cimarrusti is a Pugliese surname composed of the surname base Cima + 'arrusti' which in the Calabrian dialect means 'rapa' or 'broccolo'. Minervini 148.
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