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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Filippelli


Filipazzi is specific to the area covered by the provinces of Milan, Lodi and Piacenza, Filipelli, very very rare, is typical of the Genoese and of La Spezia, of Varese Ligure (SP) in particular, Filippazzi should be of the Piacenza area, Filippelli has various strains scattered , in the Bolognese, Prato, Pistoia and Florentine, in La Spezia, Piacenza and Massese, in the Roman, the Neapolitan, Benevento and Caserta and in the Cosenrine and Crotone dialects, Filippetti has a stock in the Bolognese area, but the nucleus is in the area that includes the Marche , Umbria, the Viterbo and the Roman, Filippi is widespread throughout Italy, with a prevalence in the central north, Filippini is typical of the central north, Filippo has a stock in the Salento, one in the Potenza area, one in the Cosenza area and one in the Udine, Filippone is decidedly Panitalian, with the highest concentration in the south, especially in Sicily, Filipponi is instead typical of the central belt that includes the Marche, Teramo, Umbria and Lazio, with a strain also in the Florentine or and one in the Cremona area, Filippozzi is specific to the Verona area, all derive directly or through hypocoristic, augmentative or pejorative, even dialectal, patronymic meaning, from the Latin cognomen of Greek origin Philippus, we remember with this name the Macedonian King father of Alexander Great.

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

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