Alternate names/spellings: Uguccione da Pisa or Hugh of Pisa

Dates: 1210 - 1210 () 

Huguccio (b. at Pisa, date unknown; d. in 1210) was an Italian canon lawyer. His major non-legal work is the Magnae Derivationes or Liber derivationum, dealing with etymologies, based on the earlier Derivationes of Osbernus of Gloucester. He studied at Bologna, probably under Gandolphus, and taught canon law in the same city, perhaps in the school connected with the monastery of SS. Nabore e Felice. In 1190 he became Bishop of Ferrara.

Resources: ALIM (Archivio della latinit√† italiana del Medioevo)