What is the suffix '-ccino' mean added to the end of an Italian word and when translated from Italian to English?

"Dear," "little," "small" and "sweet" are among the English equivalents of the suffix -ccino at the end of an Italian word. The ending in question counts among Italian's diminutives that indicate the speaker's affectionate or humorously tolerant attitude toward the object or person being addressed or referenced. The pronunciation will be "TCHEE-no" in Pisan Italian.

"Dear, little, small, sweet" are among the meanings which emerge when the suffix -ccino is added to the end of an Italian word.

Specifically, the ending in question can be grouped among the diminutives in Italian. Its addition indicates an affectionate or humorously tolerant attitude of the speaker toward the object or person in question. Whatever the endearment, the pronunciation always will be "TCHEE-no" in Italian.