origin. In this particular instance, the surname Sigala is derived from the Italian term "cicala," taken from the Latin "cicada," meaning "cigarra" (grasshopper). Thus, the surname Sigala or Cigala was probably given to a rather small or boisterous person.
, in the eastern region of the Iberian peninsula. The earliest reference to the family name Sigala is from Italy where Andrís Cicala was executed for attempting to take the life of Emperor Federico.
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Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Franceso Sigalla who arrived in Philadelphia in 1846; and Jose Cigale who settled in Indiana in 1892.