Tiago is a given and a family name, being one of the Portuguese equivalents of the names Jacob and James. Its archaic spelling - still used mostly in Brazil - is Thiago.
Tiago may also refer to:
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Carlos is a masculine given name, the Portuguese, Spanish, and Tagalog variant of the English name Charles, from the Germanic Karl.
Silva is a surname in Portuguese-speaking countries, such as Portugal and Brazil. It is derived from the Latin word silva, meaning 'forest' or 'woodland'. It is the family name of the House of Silva.
Leonardo is a masculine given name, the Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese equivalent of the English, German, and Dutch name, Leonard.
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Henrique is the name of two rulers and two princes of Portugal:
Cardoso, sometimes in the archaic spelling Cardozo, is a Portuguese and Galician and very well known Sephardic Jewish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Thiago is the Portuguese equivalent of the names Jacob and James. It is the archaic spelling of the name Tiago, being presently mostly used in Brazil, while in Portugal the modern spelling largely prevails.
João Pedro is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Jaime is a common Spanish and Portuguese masculine given name for Jacob, James, Jamie, or Jacques. In Occitania Jacobus became Jacome and later Jacme. In east Spain, Jacme became Jaime, in Aragon it became Chaime, and in Catalonia it became Jaume. In western Spain Jacobus became Iago; in Portugal it became Tiago. The name Saint James developed in Spanish to Santiago, in Portuguese to São Tiago. The names Diego (Spanish) and Diogo (Portuguese) are also Iberian versions of Jaime.
Eduardo is the Spanish and Portuguese form of the male given name Edward. Another version is Duarte. In Spanish, the name may be found in abbreviated form as Edo.. It may refer to:
Carlos Alberto is a common Portuguese and Spanish given name.
Santiago, is a Spanish name that derives from the Hebrew name Jacob (Ya'akov) via "Sant Iago", "Sant Yago", "Santo Iago", or "Santo Yago", first used to denote Saint James the Great, the brother of John the Apostle. It was also the tradition that Saint James (Santiago) had travelled to the Iberian Peninsula during his life and was buried there. The name is also complicated in Spanish in that Jaime and Jacobo are modern versions of James.
Alcántara (Spanish), Alcàntara (Catalan), Alcântara (Portuguese), and Alcantara (Sicilian) are surnames related to the Andalusian place name Alcántara, derived from Arabic for "the bridge".
Tiago Cardoso dos Santos is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Santa Cruz.
Tiaguinho or Thiaguinho is a Portuguese name, it is derived from Tiago or Thiago, means little Tiago or Tiago junior, may refer to:
Tiago or Thiago Santos may refer to:
Ferreira is a Portuguese, Spanish, French, South African and Indian surname, meaning 'blacksmith'. Other spellings are Ferreyra, Ferreiro, Ferrero, Ferrer, Ferraro, Ferreirua, Ferreiroa, Ferreiró, Ferreiros. People with those names include:
The Ultimate Fighter: Brazil 2 is an installment of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC)-produced reality television series The Ultimate Fighter.
The Brazil men's national under-21 volleyball team represents Brazil in international men's volleyball competitions and friendly matches under the age 21 and it is ruled by the Brazilian Volleyball Federation that is a member of South American volleyball body Confederación Sudamericana de Voleibol (CSV) and the international volleyball body government the Federation Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB).
The Brazil men's national under-19 volleyball team represents Brazil in international men's volleyball competitions and friendly matches under the age 19 and it is ruled by the Brazilian Volleyball Federation that is a member of South American volleyball body Confederación Sudamericana de Voleibol (CSV) and the international volleyball body government the Federation Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB).