Ok so if i follow your logic, Moutinho is surname of Aisne:
1. -ot is a perfect ending for an Oil-speaking territory, while -inho is not.
2. The area is much more spread.
3. There were 90 Linot births between 1891 and 1915, in times previous to heavy immigration. But there were 0 Moutinho births.
Anyway, you left your message clear. You don't deserve any good answers, after all.
Frosinone is in Latium, but most people there are ethnic Campanians.
BTW there aren't many difference between Latins and Campanians. Most Latins are of Campanian ancestry and vice-versa.
And cuissinat ? italian surname ?
No, never heard...i know some piedmonteis/valadois (Occitane) surnames which ends in -at or -inat (Martinat, etc)...but never heard about Cuissinat.
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