Ciociaria


Ciociaria

Ciociarie

Ciòcie

Ciociarie (Ciociarìa [tʃotʃaˈɾiːa], Cioceria ou Ciocciarìa[1]) est le nom d'une zone du centre de l'Italie dans la région du Latium, aux limites mal définies. Depuis 1921 le même nom a été utilisé par des clubs ou associations pour nommer la province de Frosinone.

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Étymologie

Ciociarie signifie “terre des ciociàri”, des gens ont ainsi été appelés par le nom des chaussures traditionnelles connues sous le nom de ciocia ['tʃotʃa] (en latin SOCCUS).

Références

  1. Beranger E. M. & Sigismondi F., Il ducato di Alvito nell'Età dei Gallio (Atti), Banca della Ciociaria, Alvito 1997, p. 37

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  • Portail de l’Italie Portail de l’Italie

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