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TRINCHERA | TRINCHERI | TRINCHERO

Trinchera has an Apulian strain in the Leccese in Copertino and Nardò and in the Brindisi in Ceglie Messapica, Ostuni and Brindisi, and a small strain in Messina, Trincheri, much rarer, has some presence in the Alexandrian and a small Ligurian strain in Dolcedo and Aurigo In the Imperiese and in Savona, Trinchero is definitely Piedmontese, of Turin, Collegno, Poirino and Moncalieri in Turin, Asti, Cellarengo, Valfenera, San Martino Alfieri and Canelli in the Asti area, Camo and Alba in Cuneo and Acqui Terme in the Alexandrian province, They should derive from a nickname linked to the profession of the ancestor, originated from the Occitan now term (cut, slice) or from the always provencal term trincaire, trinchere (Lumberjack, woodcutter).

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


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