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CUCUGLIATA

Absolutely very rare last name, almost unique, could derive from a dialectal nickname with the meaning of napping, sleeping. additions provided by Antonella Cucugliata a very rare surname, (we mention the Cucugliata Torrent in San Filippo del Mela (Messina), the family originates from Santa Caterina di Villarmosa (Caltanissetta), where a small nucleus remains, some others emigrated at the beginning of 1900 to New York, where it still resides, a small branch of the family is in Rome and Fiumicino.The name could be of Arab origin.inclusion of Enzo Papa In the speeches of Lower Calabria Ionic the cucugliata is the hailstorm (the cùcuglia, plural, is the whole of hail grains Cucugliata, as a surname, can be an allusion to impulsive and suddenly ruinous behaviors.

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


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