Stanisci has a log in the Teatino at Monteodorisio, Vasto, Cupello and Ortona, and in Puglia in Brindisi, Torre Santa Susanna, San Vito of the Normans, San Nicandro Garganico, Taranto and Conversano, Staniscia is specific to the Teatino, of Lanciano, Atessa, San Vito Chietino, Fossacesia and Casalbordino and Petacciato, Termoli, Palata and Campomarino in Campobassano, Staniscio is practically unique, perhaps Molisano, it would seem due to a mistake of transcription of the previous. Integrations provided by Stefano Ferrazzi of Slavic origin, the last names Stanisci, Staniscia, etc are born from different adaptations of the surname Slavic Stanisi?, which, composed of the root Stanisa (hypochoristic of Stane/Stano or, in whole, Stanislav) and the suffix-I? (with membership value), can be translated as Stanisa's son (see Stani and Stanislai). In Puglia, however, it is not to be excluded that some stanisci have a partial arbëreshë origin, keeping in mind that stanish or Stanishë-from Slavic stanisa-is a common name also in Albania: Historically, for example, you may remember that Stanish Kastrioti was one Of the three brothers of Gjergj Kastrioti, the famous Albanian hero who had been in history with the nickname Skanderbeg (Skënderbeu in Albanian). In conclusion, therefore, these are the cognitive-ominizations of the personal names of the ancestor.
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