It has a nucleus in the Aquilano and a strain in the Reggino. Integrations provided by Fabio Paolucci is a typical surname of Abruzzo, but presents other distinct strains in the capital and in the Strait area. From the etymological point of view, it should derive from the activity carried out by the ancestor (Lumphead or stonecat, work done in the quarries by skilled workers called lapicides). Additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Taglieri is the surname Calabrese, Sicilian, Pugliese and Neapolitan. It comes from the ' chopping board ', kitchen tool. Rohlfs 257.
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