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Chiona, almost unique, is Piedmontese, Chione, practically unique, it is also Piedmontese, Chioni is decidedly Tuscan and is specific to Montignose in the Massese and Massa and Forte dei Marmi in the Lucca area, Chionna would seem to originate from Salento, in particular from Brindisi , of Latiano, Francavilla Fontana, Brindisi, San Vito of the Normans and Mesagne and of Lizzano in the Taranto area, Chionne has a stock in the border area between Perugia and Terni, in Castiglione del Lago and Città della Pieve in the Perugian and Fabro in Terni, with a stock also in Rome, Chionni has a very small stock in the Brescia area and one in the Roman area, Chionno, almost unique, is from Salento, Chiono, very rare, is from Piedmont, from the Turin area, Valperga and Favria in Turin, should derive from various apheretic forms of the medieval name Marchionus or Marchione (see MARCHIONE), although it is not possible to exclude derivations from names of localities such as the Contrada Chiona di Spello in the Perugino area.