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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Falini


Faletti is typically northern, of the Piedmontese area of Piedmont, of Turin, Asti and Novara and of Cazzago San Martino in the Brescia area, where he is also very present in Capriolo and Brescia and in Urgnano in the Bergamo area, Faletto is decidedly from Turin, from Turin, Busano, Rivarolo Canavese and Castellamonte, with a small stock also in Naples, Falini is typical of southern Tuscany. of Cortona in the Arezzo area and of Grosseto and Perugia, in Marsciano, Perugia, Todi and Castiglione del Lago, with a strain also between Teramo and Pescara, Falino, extremely rare, is from central-southern Italy, Falletti is typically Piedmontese, from Pertusio , Turin and Collegno in Turin, of Soglio in the Asti area and of Monticello d'Alba in the Cuneo area, Falletto, less widespread, also Piedmontese, is from Turin and Priocca in the Cuneo area, these surnames should derive from apheretic forms of hypocorisms, also altered by the dialect, of the name Cristofalo (see CRISTOFALETTI).

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

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