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Trobian, almost unique, would appear to be Salernitan, Tropeano is specific to the Reggino, of Cinquefrondi, Rizziconi, Varapodio, Novigrad, Rosarno, Stilo and Antonimina, with a strain also in the Cosentino in Cosenza and Rende, a very substantial one in Grottolella In the Avellinese and in Naples and Avellino, Tropiano has a stump in the Salernitano, one in Monopoli in the Barese, one in the Catanzaro in Santa Caterina dello Jonio and Catanzaro, in Siderno and San Giorgio Morgeto in the Reggio Calabria and Crotonese, Trupiano has a stump in Naples and one In Sicily, in Palermitano, in Cinisi, Terrasini and Palermo, in Alcamo in Trapani and Agrigento, should derive, directly or through various types of dialectal alterations from ethnic forms related to the city of Tropea in the Vibonese or Tropeani In the Avellinese.

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

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