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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Ragazzone


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Guys is typical Emiliano, of Modena in particular. With strains also in Bolognese, Ferrarese, Rovigoto and Venetian, Mantovano, Milanese and Pavese, young children is Romagnolo, del Ravenna and Forlivese, boy has a strain in the Venetian, Irpinia, Matera and Cagliaritano, Big Boy, very rare, could be Of the area between Pavese and Alexandrian, Ragazzoni has a stump in the Varesotto, one in the Modena and one in the provinces of Rome and Rieti, should all derive from the medieval name Ragacius, Ragatius or Regatius, traces of these cognominizations we find in Venice In the second half of 1400 with the publisher and printer Ioannes Regatius or Zan Regazo, in Bormio in the early 1600 in an inquisitorial trial is quoted: "... Christoforus Ragacius de Burmio dedit securitatem maintenendi pacem et treguam ac querelam datam... ", it is also possible to derive from a nickname originating from the profession of stable-boy or Ragacius carried out by the founder.

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


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