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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Pasquillo


PASQUA | PASQUARELLA | PASQUARELLI | PASQUARELLO | PASQUARIELLO | PASQUAZZI | PASQUAZZO | PASQUE' | PASQUELLI | PASQUET | PASQUETTI | PASQUETTIN | PASQUETTO | PASQUI | PASQUILLO | PASQUONI | PASQUOT | PASQUOTTI | PASQUOTTO

Easter is specific of the South, of the Foggia and of the Cosenza in particular, Pasquarella is typical of the Benevento area, of Sant'Agata dei Goti, Limatola and Benevento, and of Naples and Caserta, Pasquarelli, in addition to the nucleus in the area that includes Lazio, Abruzzo and Molise, with maximum concentration in Rome, Palombara Sabina and Guidonia Montecelio in Rome, in Sora in Frusinate, in Priverno in Latin, and in Pizzoferrato and Montenerodomo in Theatine, it also has a stock in Gualdo Tadino in Perugia, Pasquarello it is almost unique, Pasquariello is widespread in the Caserta, Neapolitan, Avellino, Foggia and Potentino areas, Pasquazzi is specific to Rome and Cave in the Roman area, Pasquazzo, very rare, is typical of Trentino, of Ivano Fracena, Villa Agnedo and Trento, Pasqué is almost unique, Pasquelli is hardly less rare, Pasquet, always very rare, would seem to be from Turin, Pasquetti has a stock in Prato, Montale in the Pistoia area and between Florentine and Arezzo, in particular in San Sepolcro in the Arezzo area, Pasquetti n, very very rare, it is typically Venetian from Venice in particular, Pasquetto, decidedly Venetian, has a stock in the Verona area at Povegliano Veronese, Verona and Villafranca di Verona, and one in Padua in Padua, Vigodarzere and Polverara, Pasqui has a nice stock in the area that includes the Bolognese, the Florentine, the Arezzo, the Sienese, the Grosseto and the Perugino, and a stock in Rome and Mentana in the Roman, Pasquillo is almost unique, Pasquoni has a stock in Campi Bisenzio in the Florentine and one in Castiglione del Lago in the Perugia area and in Rome, Pasquot, very rare, is in the area of San Donà di Piave between Treviso and Venice, Pasquotti, equally rare, would seem to be of Vittorio Veneto in the Treviso area, while Pasquotto has a stock in Verona and Mussolente in the Vicenza area, they should all derive, directly or through various types of hypocoristic forms, even dialectal, from the medieval name Pasqua, often given to the children born on that day, of the use of this name we have an example i n a birth certificate of 1660: "... Easter legitimate et natural daughter of Messer Domenego Nuvel and of Madonna Anzellica his wife of St. George was baptized by me p. Leonardo Faraone cappellan et cooperatore ... ".

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


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