Timofte is a Romanian surname. Notable persons with this name include:
Daniel Timofte is a retired Romanian football midfielder and currently a manager. He is today a legend in Samsun and remains a fan favourite.
Ion Timofte is a Romanian retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder.
Alexandru-Radu Timofte was a Romanian soldier, politician and spy chief. A member of the Social Democratic Party (PSD), he sat in the Romanian Senate from 1990 to 2001, representing Neamț County. From 2001 to 2006, he headed Serviciul Român de Informații (SRI), the country's domestic intelligence service.
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Adrian is a form of the Latin given name Adrianus or Hadrianus. Its ultimate origin is most likely via the former river Adria from the Venetic and Illyrian word adur, meaning 'sea' or 'water'. The Adria was until the 8th century BC the main channel of the Po River into the Adriatic Sea but ceased to exist before the 1st century BC. Hecataeus of Miletus asserted that both the Etruscan harbor city of Adria and the Adriatic Sea had been named after it. Emperor Hadrian's family was named after the city or region of Adria/Hadria, now Atri, in Picenum, which most likely started as an Etruscan or Greek colony of the older harbor city of the same name.
Gheorghe "Gică" Popescu is a retired Romanian football defender, former captain of FC Barcelona and key part of the Romania national team in the 1990s. He played for a string of European clubs in that period, including a four-year stint at PSV Eindhoven. His tactical knowledge as a defender made him a valuable team member in top European competitions until he reached his late-thirties. Beside from his defending skills, he was also capable starting attacks. He is the brother-in-law of fellow Romanian international Gheorghe Hagi.
Cornel Dinu is a retired Romanian football defender. An attack minded sweeper, Dinu is commonly regarded as one of Romania's greatest players.
Gheorghe Tătaru,, also known as Tătaru II, was a Romanian football striker. He played seven years at Steaua Bucureşti. He was the younger brother of Nicolae Tătaru, who also played professional football at Steaua Bucureşti.
Iulian Chiriţă is a Romanian footballer who played as a midfielder. His clubs included Flacăra Moreni, FC Braşov, Rapid Bucureşti, Dinamo Bucureşti, FC Argeş Piteşti and Chindia Târgovişte.
Asociația Club Sportiv Dacia Unirea Brăila, commonly known as Dacia Unirea Brăila, is a Romanian professional football club from Brăila, founded in 1919. The club currently plays in the Liga II, currently their 50th season at this level. Their home is the 18,256-seat Stadionul Municipal stadium, where they have played since 1974.
Dumitru Dumitriu, commonly known as Țiți Dumitru or Dumitriu III, is a retired Romanian footballer and coach. He is the younger brother of Emil Dumitriu (Dumitriu II) who was an International footballer and champion of Romania with Rapid București and the elder brother of Constantin Dumitriu (Dumitriu IV) who won the Romanian championship with Steaua București.
Bujor Hălmageanu was a Romanian retired association football defender and manager. He competed for his country at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, where Romania reached the quarter-finals.
Mihai Timofti - Master of Arts is a director, actor, musician and professor from Chisinau.
Florea Voinea is a retired Romanian football striker.
Ion Pârcălab is a retired Romanian footballer. He was nicknamed "The Carpathian Arrow" by coach Helenio Herrera. His stepbrother is Nicolae Dumitrescu who was also an International footballer.
Horia is a commune in Neamț County, Romania. It is located about 2.5 km south southwest of the centre of Roman. The commune is composed of two villages, Cotu Vameș and Horia.
Ionuţ Badea is a retired Romanian footballer and currently manager.
Cornel Drăguşin is a retired Romanian football manager who coached the national teams of Iraq, Syria and Romania. He was director of the Romanian FA coaching school from 1990 to 2002, until being replaced by Mircea Rădulescu.
Constantin Pană known as Costel Pană is a retired Romanian footballer who played as a midfielder for clubs in Romania and Switzerland.
The 1990-91 season was FC Dinamo Bucureşti's 42nd season in Divizia A. It is the first season started after the Romanian Revolution, event that opened the borders. Because of this, Dinamo lost almost an entire team, and also his coach, Mircea Lucescu, all of them starting their careers abroad. That's why Dinamo started to build another team and ended this season without silverware. In the championship, the team finished third, seven points behind champions Universitatea Craiova. The same team from Oltenia ended the dream for Dinamo in the Romanian Cup.
Neagu is a Romanian-language surname that may refer to: