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Corelli has various strains, in the Emilian, Romagna and Pesaro areas, in the Roman, Latin and Frusinato areas, in the Neapolitan and Brindisi regions, Cori is widespread throughout the central belt, typical of Lazio with a strain in the Marche and upper Abruzzo, could having an original nucleus also in the province of Caltanissetta, should derive, at least the Latium stock, from the toponym Cori (LT), Corini has a stock in eastern Lombardy, in particular in the Brescia area, with branches also in Parma and Piacenza, a stock in Teramo and one in the Roman, Corino is specific to Piedmont and central-western Liguria, in particular to Turin and Cuneo, with a stock in the Roman and one in the Cosenza area, Corio has a stock in the Milanese and Varese area, one in Turin, Alessandria, Asti, Genoa. and Savona, a small stock in the Roman and one in the Reggio and in eastern Sicily, all these surnames should derive, directly or through different hypocoristic forms, from the personal name and Latin Corius of which we have an example in the Middle Ages in Milan with Bernardinus Corius Mediolanensis historicus sub nomine Aicardi scriptoris eorum temporum, author of the history Mediolanensium.

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

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