Pitocchi has a stock in Concordia on the Secchia in Modena, one in Perugia in Umbertide, Citerna and Città di Castello, one in Rome and one in Calvi Risorta in the Caserta area, Pitocco is typical of central Italy, with a stock in Pescara, one in Rome and Genazzano in the Roman and in the frusinate in Alatri, Trivigliano and Vico in Lazio, a very small one in the Isernia area and one in Letino in the near Caserta, these surnames should derive from a nickname originated from the medieval term pitochus, in turn derived from the Greek? ?????
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