Agosta is decidedly Sicilian, even though there is a strain, perhaps not secondary, in Mantua and one in the Roman province, which should derive from the toponym Agosta (RM), Agosti is typical of Lombardy and Emilia, Agostini is widespread throughout the centrosud , Very rare Agostinis is from Udine, Agostinelli is typical of central Italy and of Benevento, Agostinello, very rare, would seem to have a Venetian lineage and one in Salento, Agostino has stocks in Sicily, Calabria, in the Potenza and Salerno areas, in the Roman period, in Genoa, Turin and Val d'Aosta, August seems to have a stock in western Piedmont, one in the Udine area, one in the Salerno area, one in the Lecce area and one in the Catanzaro area, Agusti and Agusto, very rare, are probably due to errors of transcription or dialectal modifications, D'Agosto, not very widespread, has a Friulian and one in the Neapolitan and Salerno lineage, De Agostini is widespread throughout the north with a stock also in Cagliari, De Agostinis, estr extremely rare, it is typical of the area between Lazio and Abruzzo, Deagostini, quite rare it would seem the area that includes the Varese area and the Novara area, De Agostino, very very rare, would seem to be from Pavia, while Deagostino, absolutely rare, is perhaps in the north of Italy. 'Italy, almost all originate, directly or through patronymics and hypocorisms, from the Latin cognomen and nickname Augustus (consecrated to wishes) title of dignity of the Roman emperors, it can also refer to the month of August, as a child born in August, the nucleus Sicilian can also predominantly derive from the toponym Augusta (SR). Trace of these surnames we find it in Bergamo in 1500, in 1513 a certain Oliverio Agosti, distinguished jurist, is designated by the citizens of Bergamo as patron of their interests and ambassador to the Spanish viceroy in Milan.
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