Tolentino is a town and comune in the province of Macerata in the Marche region of central Italy.
Tolentino may also refer to:
Nicholas of Tolentino (Latin: S. Nicolaus de Tolentino,, known as the Patron of Holy Souls, was an Italian saint and mystic. He is particularly invoked as an advocate for the souls in Purgatory, especially during Lent and the month of November. In many Augustinian churches, there are weekly devotions to St. Nicholas on behalf of the suffering souls. November 2, All Souls' Day, holds special significance for the devotees of St. Nicholas of Tolentino.
Rodrigo is a Spanish, Portuguese and Italian name derived from the Germanic name Roderick, given specifically in reference to either King Roderic, the last Visigothic ruler or to Saint Roderick, one of the Martyrs of Córdoba . The modern given name has the short forms Ruy, Rui, and in Galician Roi.
Enrique is the Spanish variant of the given name Heinrich of Germanic origin.
Jiménez is a patronymic surname of Iberian origin, first appearing in the Basque lands.
San Nicolás is the Spanish name for Saint Nicholas, and may refer to:
Cruz is a surname of Iberian origin, first found in Castile, Spain, but later spread throughout the territories of the former Spanish and Portuguese Empires. In Spanish and Portuguese, the word means "cross", either the Christian cross or the figure of transecting lines or ways. For example, in the Philippines, the adopted Tagalog word is rendered to "krus" in plain usage, but the Spanish spelling survives as a surname.
Santos is a surname of Christian origin in Portuguese and Spanish languages. The English translation of Santos is Saints. A singular version, Santo, may be seen.
Eduardo is the Spanish and Portuguese form of the male given name Edward. Another version is Duarte. It may refer to:
Aurelio may refer to:
Belmonte may refer to:
Gabi or GABI may refer to:
Vicente is an Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese name. Like its French variant, Vincent, it is derived from the Latin name Vincentius meaning "conquering".
Osorio is a surname of Spanish, Portuguese and Basque origins. One meaning of the name is “hunter of wolves”. Notable people with this surname include:
Pepe is a pet form of the Spanish name José (Josep). It is also a surname.
Pascual is a Spanish given name and surname, cognate of Italian name Pasquale, Portuguese name Pascoal and French name Pascal. In Catalan-speaking area Pascual has the variant Pasqual.
Basilio is a name of Italian, Spanish, or Portuguese origin. It is a cognate of the English name Basil. The name may refer to:
Palma is both a surname and a given name of Spanish, Portuguese and Italian origin. Notable people with the name include:
Nicholas of Tolentino, San Nicolas de Tolentino or San Nicolás de Tolentino may refer to:
Modesto is a surname originating in Latin Europe. Its meaning can be: modest, humble, simple, virtuous, among other synonyms.
Tolentino is a Spanish surname. Notable people with the surname include: