Perin is absolutely Venetian, Perinelli has a stock in the Verona area, a very small one in the Pescara area and one in Lazio, in the Roman area and above all in the Frosinone area. Perinello, absolutely rare, should be Venetian, Perinetti has a Piedmontese stock, in Turin, Ivrea and Caravino in Turin, and an Abruzzese, in Civitella Casanova, Nocciano and Pescara in the Pescara and L'Aquila and Trasacco nell'aquilano, with a stock also in Rome, Perinetto has a Piedmontese stock in Turin, in Collegno, Caluso and Santena, and one in the Vicenza area, in Vicenza in particular, Perini is widespread throughout the central north, Perino is specific to Turin, with a stock in the Sassari area and one in the Palermo area, and can derive, directly or through hypocoristic forms, from the medieval Latin name Perinus of which we have an example in the Pisan proto-bishop Perinus of the first century, and in Ascoli Piceno in 1300 as we read in this document of 1322: "Appointment of a true predictorum fratrum, et officiorum que habuerunt in ipso conven tu tempore interdicti sic citatorum, sunt ista ... Perinus Pilosus de Tuderto fuit baccalarius in dicto conventuo ... ", or even from Perino, diminutive of Pietro. Perino Cesarei was in fact a well-known painter of the second half of the 1500s.
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