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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Pasqualini


Pascale would seem typical of the south, especially Campania, but it also has significant stocks in Lazio, Puglia, Basilicata, Calabria and Sicily, Pascali, typically Pugliese, of Salento in particular, has strains also in the provinces of Vibo Valentia and Cosenza, Pasqual is typical of the Veneto, Friuli, the Venetian area in particular, but also from the Vicenza, Treviso, Pordenone and Udine areas, Pasquale, despite being panitalian, is much more present in Abruzzo, Molise, Puglia and Campania, with strains however also in Sicily, Calabria, Basilicata and Lazio and throughout the north, Pasqualetti has a Tuscan lineage, particularly in the Florentine and Pisan areas, and a strain between Terni, Viterbo and Rome, Pasqualetto, has a nucleus in Veneto, in particular in the Venetian area and a stock in Sicily in the nisseno, both Pasquali and Pasqualini are distributed in the central north, Pasqualin is very widespread in the Veneto, especially in the Vicenza, Treviso, Padua and Venice regions, Pasqualino has a stock in Siderno in the Reggio and in Sicily, in Palermo, in the nisseno in Riesi, Caltanissetta, Butera and Gela, and in Catania, Pasqualinotto is specific to Iesolo in the Venetian dialect, Pasqualis is decidedly from Trieste, Pasqualon, very rare, is typically Venetian, from Vicenza, from Enego and Thiene and Piazzola sul Brenta in Padua, Pasqualone is from the area that includes the Abruzzi, in Chieti and Torrevecchia Teatina in the Theatine area, in L'Aquila, Tornimparte and Prezza in the province of L'Aquila, and in Pescara, Loreto Aprutino and Penne in the Pescara area , Molise, particularly in Campobasso, and the Roman, Pasqualoni is specific to Perugia and Cannara in the Perugia area and to Orvieto in the Terni area, to L'Aquila and Bellante in the Teramo area, and to Rpma, Fiumicino and Affile in the Roman area, Pasqualotto, typically Venetian, of the Veronese, Vicenza, Paduan and Trevisano in particular, they should all derive, directly or through hypocoristic, accretive, or dialectal forms, from the late Latin name Pasqualis, from its Paschal translation or from diale forms such as Pascale, a name normally attributed to children born precisely during the period of the Easter holidays.

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

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