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Tognolo
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Language of the text: Italiano

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Tognazzi has a Bresciano strain in Botticino and Brescia, a Tuscan strain in Siena, Montalcino and Monteroni D'arbia, in Grosseto and Cavriglia Nell'aretino, and a strain in Tivoli and Rome in the Roman, Togneri is specific to the province of Lucca, Barga, Coreglia Antelminelli, Bagni di Lucca and Molazzana, Tognetti is widespread in Emilia and Tuscany with strains also in the Genoese, Lombardy and Veneto, Tognetto, very rare, is typical of the central western Veneto, Togni, typically Lombard, has strains in Romagna, in the Anconetano and between Modena and Lucchese, Tognin, very rare, is typical of Padua, Tognini has a strain in Valtellina and one in the Massese, Tognoli is decidedly Lombard, Tognolin, absolutely rare, it would seem the area Padano, Rovigota, Tognolini is Lombard, the area between Sondriese and Bresciano, of Tirano, Delebio and Teglio in the Sondriese and Brescia, Tognolo seems Veneto, especially of Padua, Tognoloni has a strain in Gubbio in Perugino, but also to seal, Perugia and Gualdo Tadino, with a strain in Rome, Tognon is typical Veneto Especially of Padua and Padovano, but also of Vicenza and Trevisano, with strains also in Friuli particularly in the Goriška and Trieste, Tognoni would seem above all Tuscan, but also with strains in Genoa, in the Reggiano, in Milan and in the Comasco, Tognozzi is decidedly Tuscan, of Pistoiese in particular, of Monsummano Terme, Pistoia and Montecatini Terme, with a strain also

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


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