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STANCIC | STANCICH | STANIC | STANICH | STANIG

Stancich is characteristic of Trieste, of Trieste and Goriška, Stancic, much rarer, it is specific of triestine, and Stanic, very very rare, is widespread in the easternmost part of Udinese, in Goriška, in particular in Ronchi dei Legionari and in Trieste, Stanich, Extremely rare, it has a small strain in Trieste and in the Goriška, Stanig, absolutely rare, is of the area of Premariacco and San Leonardo in Udinese and Gorizia. Additions provided by Stefano Ferrazzi of Slavic origin (more probably Slovenian), the surnames Stancich, Stanich, etc arise from different adaptations of the surnames Slavic Stan? I? And Stani?, which, consisting of the root Stane/Stano (short for Stanislav) and the suffix-? I?/-i? (with membership value), can be translated as the son of Stane or, in full, Stanislav (see Stanislai and Stani). In conclusion, therefore, these are the cognitive-ominizations of the personal names of the ancestor.

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


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