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Telli, very rare, has a small stump in the Cremonese, one between Viterbo and Romano and one in the Reggino, Tellin, now passed away in Italy, should have been a dialectal form of the surname Tellini, which has a stump in the Mantovano and the nearby area of the Modenese, a Small strain between Udinese and Trieste, a Tuscan, especially in the area that includes the Pisano, the Florentine and the Aretino, and a Roman, Tellino, practically unique, is probably due to errors of transcription of the previous, Tello, very rare, is specific to Pozzuoli, it should derive, directly or through hypochoral, from apheretic forms of hypocoristic names as donated, Deodato or similar, from donated for example you have the Hypochoral Donatello, for apheresis this becomes Tello, a hypochoristic of which is Tellino.

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

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