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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Rachini


RACCHINI | RACHINI | RACHINO

Racchini, very rare, it is typical of the Pesarese, Rachini, very rare too, is typically Tuscan, of the area between Aretino and Senese, of Cortona and Arezzo in Arezzo and Montepulciano in Siena, Rachino, almost unique, is specific to the lower Cuneese, should derive From the medieval name and nickname Rachinus, of which we have an example of use in Trentino in an act of the second half of 1400: "Year 1481, Indictione 14, die 12 novembris. In domo ser antonii Set de plebe, Praesentibus magistro Bulfo capercaillie de Tonedico, ser Antonio Nicolao de Imero, Praefato ser Antonio Set, Ser bartholomaeo dicto Rachino, omnibus habitatoribus in Valle primerii, Iacobelus filius quondam ser antonii de Simonetis Habitator in Villa Tonedici vendidit Spectabili Viro Domino Iohanni Wolf Benemerito in Capitaneous praesentiarum, and vicar Castri Primerii, Deputy, AC magnificent appointments, AC potentis viri Hosbaldi domains.. ".

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


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