Tiago or Thiago Santos may refer to:
Tiago is a given and a family name, being one of the Portuguese equivalents of the names Jacob and James. Its archaic spelling - used mostly in Brazil - is Thiago.
Renan is a name present in Portuguese, Spanish and Breton as an alternative form of Ronan. It may refer to:
Henrique is the name of two rulers and two princes of Portugal:
Santos is a surname of Christian origin in Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and French languages. The English translation of Santos is Saints. A singular version, Santo, may be seen.
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.
Alencar is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Sandro is an Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swiss, Georgian and Croatian given name, often a diminutive of Alessandro or Alexander. It is also a surname.
Vítor is a Portuguese and Brazilian masculine given name, equivalent to Victor in English and Víctor in Spanish.
Dantas is a Portuguese language surname. It may refer to:
Thiago Silva is a Brazilian footballer.
André Santos is a Brazilian footballer.
Tiago Cardoso dos Santos is a Brazilian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Santa Cruz.
Tiaguinho or Thiaguinho is a Portuguese name derived from Tiago or Thiago, meaning little Tiago or Tiago junior, and may refer to:
Ferreira is a Portuguese and Galician surname, meaning "iron mine" but also the feminine of 'blacksmith'. Other spellings are Ferreyra, Ferreiro, Ferrero, Ferrer, Ferraro, Ferreirua, Ferreiroa, Ferreiró, Ferreiros. People with those names include:
Martins is a Portuguese surname. Its Spanish variant is Martínez. Notable people with the surname include:
Thiago Alves may refer to:
Events in the year 1998 in Brazil.
Thiago Ribeiro is a Portuguese language name, may refer to: