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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Farinelli


Farina is widespread throughout Italy, Farinacci has an Umbrian lineage in Terni and Gualdo Tadino in Perugia, one in Chieti and one in Rome, Farinaccio is specific to the province of Campobasso, Gildone and Campobasso itself, Farinari is almost unique and probably due to a different transcription of Farinaro which would seem to be specific to the inhabitants of Caserta, Aversa in particular, Farinati has a stock in Verona and in Rovereto in the Trentino and one in Mirano in the Venetian dialect, Farinazzo is typically Venetian from Verona and Padua , Farinelli is widespread throughout central and northern Italy, with maximum concentration in the range that includes Romagna, Marche, Umbria and Lazio, and with small strains also in Sassari and Naples, Farinetti is specific to the area that includes the Turinese, the Cuneo, the Asti area, the Alessandria area and the Genoese, Farini would seem to have a stock in the Bologna area in Bologna, Monghidoro and San Benedetto Val di Sambro, one in the net in Poppi, Arezzo, Cortona and Chiusi Della Verna, and in Sicily in Mezzojuso (PA), they should all derive, directly or through hypocoristic or similar variations, from nicknames linked to the trade of miller or worker at a miller deriving from the Latin term medieval farinarius (miller).

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

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