Tite may refer to:
Carlos Gomes may refer to:
Correia is a surname of Portuguese and Galician origin, also spelled Correa or Corrêa. Correia/Correa is found throughout all of the Iberian Peninsular.
Menezes, sometimes Meneses, was originally a Portuguese toponymic surname which originated in Montes Torozos, a region in Tierra de Campos, northeast of Valladolid and southeast of Palencia. The ancestor of the Meneses lineage was Tello Pérez de Meneses. The family wealth and power grew remarkably in the 13th and 14th centuries, through several marriages with the Castilian and Portuguese royal families.
Lopes is a surname of Portuguese origin. It was originally a Patronymic, meaning Son of Lopo, itself being derived from Latin lupus, meaning wolf. Its Spanish equivalent is López, its Italian equivalent is Lupo, its French equivalent is Loup, and its Romanian equivalent is Lupu or Lupescu. Notable people with the surname include:
Pires is a common surname in the Portuguese language, namely in Portugal and Brazil. It was originally a patronymic, meaning Son of Pedro or Son of Pero. Its Spanish equivalent is Pérez. It is a variant form of Peres. It may mean different things:
Soares is a common surname in the Portuguese language and Galician, namely in the Portuguese speaking world, as well as other places. It was originally a patronymic, meaning Son of Soeiro. It is equivalent to the Spanish surname Suárez. Notable people named Soares include:
Adenor Leonardo Bacchi, commonly known as Tite, is a Brazilian professional football coach and former player who was the head coach of the Brazil national team from 2016 to 2022.
Antonio da Silva or Anthony Silva or variants may refer to:
Furtado is a surname of [Spanish language] origin common in Portugal and Brazil. It may refer to:
Baldé is a surname of West African origin. Some notable people with the surname include:
Vaz is a Portuguese language surname.
Jorginho is a Portuguese-language diminutive name of Jorge, and may refer to:
Fernando Gomes may refer to:
Camara, Câmara, Cámara is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Mendes is a common Portuguese and Galician surname, originally a patronymic, meaning Son of Mendo or Son of Mem. The Spanish form of the name is Méndez.
Seabra is a Portuguese surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Buba is a city in Guinea-Bissau.
Cabral is a surname of Portuguese origin, coming from the word Cabra meaning goat. The surname Cabral most commonly came from goat farmers.
The 2018 Taça Nacional da Guiné Bissau is the 34th edition of the Taça Nacional da Guiné Bissau since independence, the knockout football competition of Guinea-Bissau.
Zezinho may refer to: