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Coat of arms of family Cucciniello   ref: 49461

Cucciniello

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Blazon:
(Italiano)
Troncato in scaglione d'argento e di rosso; nel 1° tre stelle male ordinate; nel secondo una spada posta in palo; il tutto dall'uno all'altro.

Blasone presunto della famiglia ricostruito sulla base di frammentarie informazioni d'archivio e consuete congetture araldiche.

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Coat of arms of family Cuccini   ref: 49460

Cuccini

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Blazon:
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D'azzurro a due levrieri d'argento, affrontati collarinati di rosso, accompagnati in capo da una stella ed in punta da tre besanti d'oro.

Stemma della famgiglia Cuccini. Fonte Bibliografica: "La storia delle famiglie romane" di T. Amayden, Forni Editore 1914.

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Coat of arms of family Fuccio   ref: 16920

Fuccio

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Blazon:
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D'azzurro, a quattro api d'oro, 3 e 1.

Stemma della famiglia Fuccio (di) nobile in Sicilia; fonte: "Enciclopedia Storico-Nobiliare Italiana di V. SPRETI", Vol. III pag. 289. Note: si trova anche la forma Fucci.

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Coat of arms of family Cucci di San leo   ref: 6134

Cucci di San leo

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Blazon:
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Di nero al palo fiancheggiato d'argento.

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Coat of arms of family Nuccio   ref: 4668

Nuccio

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Blazon:
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D'oro, al giglio di rosso.

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Coat of arms of family Cucciati   ref: 17698

Cucciati

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Blazon:
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Di rosso a due cani levrieri al naturale, affrontati e controrampanti ad un monte ristretto di sei cime d'oro. Lo scudo è accollato da un'aquila imperiale coronata d'oro. Cimiero: Un castello torricellato d'argento, sostenente una bandiera spiegata, di rosso.

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Coat of arms of family Puccio   ref: 23769

Puccio

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Blazon:
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Partito: al primo d’oro, alla testa di moro al naturale; al secondo di rosso, al pozzo movente dalla partizione sormontato da una stella di otto raggi, sinistrato da un leone coronato che vi attinge; il tutto d’oro.

Blasone della famiglia Pucci o Puccio della Sicilia fregiata del titolo baronale. Fonte: "Nobiliario di Sicilia" di Antonio Mango di Casalgerardo (Palermo, A. Reber, 1912). Note: Si vuole che sia originaria di Firenze, con decreto ministeriale del 12 ottobre 1899 il signor Giuseppe Antonio Pucci (di Francesco, di Giuseppe) nato in Catania il 15 dicembre 1843, ottenne riconoscimento dei titoli di barone di San Giuliano e signore delle Terre della Chiesa. .

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CUCCI | CUCCIA | CUCCIO

Cucci is typically Pugliese, with strains also in the Cosenza area and in Sicily, in the Palermo area and in the Enna area, Cuccia, typically Sicilian, is of the Palermo in particular, Cuccio, also from Palermo, is specific to Palermo and Ficarazzi. additions provided by Stefano Ferrazzi - some information is taken from the site www.ancestry.com Origin arbëreshë, these surnames arise from different Italianizations of the Albanian surname Kuqi, which, taken from the root kuq, literally means red (for a more detailed explanation, see Russa): from the etymological point of view, in fact, it should be noted that the Albanian q has a sound that is difficult to adapt in Italian (the approximate pronunciation is that of an aspirated ch), so that, at the time of Italianizing the surname, it had to fall back on suffixes such as -ucci, -uccia and -uccio, more common in Italian onomastics (the same sometimes happens with names and surnames of Greek origin, when, that is, the letter k is adapted with a sweet c, as in the case of Kyriakos / Ciriaco and Kalokyris / Calaciura). From the historical point of view, however, the surnames Cucci and Cuccia appear both in Calabria and in Sicily as early as the mid-1400s, following the emigration of the brothers Giovanni and Basilio Reres (the sons of the noble Albanian leader Demetrio Reres); according to some research, moreover, it seems that at least a part of the Kuqi families came from Himarë, in the prefecture of Vlorë, from where he emigrated in the XV or XVI centuries. Without taking anything away from this hypothesis, however, it must be said that sometimes the surnames Cucci, Cuccia and Cuccio could also derive from the medieval name Cuccio, which, together with the female Cuccia, represents an apheretic hypocoristic name such as Enrico, Federico, Teodorico, Talarico , etc (all names ending in -co, often of Germanic origin): if it were valid, however, this hypothesis would be mostly in northern Italy, given the frequency of Albanian surnames scattered throughout the south (in fact, the strains more of these families are found in the South and, more importantly, they are typical of those provinces that historically have hosted several arbëreshë communities).

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


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