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Etymological origin of Italian surname: Regazzin


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Regazzetti is very rare and is typical of the South Milanese and Cremasco, Regazzi has two distinct nuclei, in Bergamo and Bolognese, Regazzini and Regazzin are extremely rare, perhaps of Veronese, Regazzo, quite rare, is typical of the provinces of Padua and Venice, Regazzola, almost unique, could be of South Milan, Regazzoni is specific Lombard of North Milan and Bergamo, all these surnames derive from the late Latin word ragatius (Garzone, Hub). We have traces of this kind of surnames already towards the end of 1300, with Franciscus Ragatius de Cremona, Doctor of Theology and Bishop of Bergamo, in the second half of 1600 Giacomo Antonio Regazoni is one of the Consules Mercatorum Bergomi, the three consuls of the congregation Of the merchants of the city of Bergamo.

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


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