Gotti (surname)

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Gotti
PronunciationItalian: [ˈɡɔtti]
Origin
MeaningGoth
Region of originSardinia

Gotti is an Italian surname which means Goth. The name originated when the Goths conquered Sardinia, Naples, and the surrounding region.

Geographical distribution[edit]

As of 2014, 57.2% of all known bearers of the surname Gotti were residents of Italy (frequency 1:9,415), 11.4% of France (1:51,278), 9.8% of India (1:692,297), 5.5% of the United States (1:574,326), 4.9% of Brazil (1:364,549), 2.6% of Argentina (1:160,690), 1.5% of Switzerland (1:48,306) and 1.3% of Tanzania (1:342,499).

In Italy, the frequency of the surname was higher than national average (1:9,415) in the following regions:[1]

People with the surname[edit]

  • Gene Gotti (born 1946), member of New York City's Gambino crime family
  • Girolamo Maria Gotti (1834–1916), cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Irv Gotti (born 1970), American hip hop producer
  • Ivan Gotti (born 1969), Italian professional cyclist
  • John Gotti (1940–2002), former boss of New York City's Gambino crime family
  • John A. Gotti (born 1964), former acting boss of New York City's Gambino crime family
  • Kebo Gotti (born 1985), American rapper
  • Massimo Gotti (born 1986), Italian football midfielder
  • Peter Gotti (born 1939), member of New York City's Gambino crime family
  • Richard G. Gotti (born 1967), member of New York City's Gambino crime family
  • Richard V. Gotti (born 1942), member of New York City's Gambino crime family
  • Victoria Gotti (born 1962), writer and reality TV participant, daughter of John Gotti
  • Vincenzo Ludovico Gotti (1664–1742), cardinal and theologian of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Vincenzo Gotti (c. 1580–1636), Italian painter of the Baroque period

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