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Zaccarella, very very rare, it has a small strain in San Giovanni Lupatoto and Verona in Veronese and in Montaquila in Iserniese, Zaccarelli is very widespread in Emilia and Romagna, especially in Forlì and Meldola in the Forlivese and in Carpi, Modena and Mirandola in Modena and Ro Saliceto, Correggio and Reggio Emilia in Reggiano and Bologna and Ravenna, with a strain also in Rome and Latinense in Roccasecca dei Volsci and Latina, Zaccarello is typically Sicilian, Syracuse and Nicosia in the Ennese, Zaccari seems typical of frusinate with a strain Also in the Beneventano, Zaccaria is pan-Italian, Zaccarin is specific to the area that includes the provinces of Treviso and Pordenone, Zaccarini, typically Emiliano, is mainly of Ravenna, Zaccarino, absolutely rare, seems of the Beneventano, Zaccaro It is widespread in the Cosentino, in Basilicata and Puglia, should derive, directly or through hypochoristic, from Zaccaro archaic form for Zacharias or directly from the name Zacharias, according to others may derive from the term dialect Zaccaro (little boy, child ). Additions provided by Giovanni Vezzelli Zaccaria, Zaccherini in Emilia-Romagna are documented the following forms: Zaccaria, at 96 ° Place in Russi, Zaccherini, at 62 ° in Imola.

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

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