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Tinazzi has a strain between Veronese and Mantovano, one in Trevisano and one in the Roman, Tinazzo has a strain between Mantovano, Rovigoto and Padua and one, probably secondary, in the Roman, Tinella is typically Apulian, Palagiano and Taranto in Tarantino, San VIto dei Normans and Fasano in the Brindisino, and of walnuts and joy of the hill in the Bari, Tinelli has a strain in the north between Alessandrino, Genovese, Spezzino, Piacenza and Parma, Lombardy and Veronese, has a strain between Umbria, Viterbo and Romano and one between Bari and Tarentino, Tinello has a Strain between Alexandrian and Genovese, one in Padua and one in Catanzaro, Tinetti, very rare, has a small stump in Castellamonte and Turin in Turin, Tinetto, absolutely very rare, it would seem also of Turin, Tini is specific to the central band Of the peninsula, of the Perugino in particular, of the Viterbo and of the Roman and of the Teramano and Pescarese, Tino, decidedly southerly,

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

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