Sicilian Surnames

These names are a subset of Italian names used more often by speakers of Sicilian. See also about Italian names.
Corleone Sicilian, Literature
From the name of the town of Corleone in Sicily, which is of uncertain meaning. This surname is well known from the novel The Godfather (1969) by Mario Puzo, as well as the films based on his characters. The story tells how Vito Andolini comes to America from Sicily, receiving the new surname Corleone at Ellis Island, and starts a criminal empire based in New York.
Mancuso Sicilian
Sicilian variant of Manco.
Parrino Sicilian
From a Sicilian variant of Italian padrino meaning "godfather".
Spanò Sicilian
From Sicilian spanu meaning "sparse, thin hair", ultimately from Greek σπάνιος (spanios) meaning "scarce, rare".