Typical of central-southern Sardinia, Zaccheddu should derive from the hypochoristic in Sardinian language of the apheresis truncates of the name Iacopo. Integrations provided by Giuseppe Concas ZACCHEDDU: Tsaccàre, Tzaccài, (but also tzaccarrài) = Cleave, split, burst, crackle, beat, etc. "Tzaccarràu siast = May you rip yourself apart." Ki ti tzaccarrint is barras "! = That you can tear your Jaws "! "On Tzaccàrru de su tronu"! = The roar of Thunder. Tzaccarrai is Dentis po on frius = beat the teeth for cold. Etc. etc. Tzàcca and Poni is a traditional group game.
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