Tomás González may refer to:
Tomás Alberto González Vera, is a Paraguayan footballer. He played twice in Chile: once for Rangers in 1999, and the other for Cobreloa, ten years later.
Tomás González Estrada is a Colombian economist. He was an Economic Counselor in the government of Andrés Pastrana Arango and the Minister of Mines and Energy in the second government of Juan Manuel Santos. On 7 March 2016, his resignation from the position was accepted due to the country's energy crisis.
Enrique Tomás González Sepúlveda is a Chilean artistic gymnast, the first of his country to medal at World Cup events, and the first to qualify for a Summer Olympic Games. He specializes in vault and floor exercises.
Víctor Tomás González is a Spanish handball player for FC Barcelona and the Spanish national team.
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González is a Spanish surname. In Spain, González is the second most common surname with 2.08% of the population having this surname. González is also a common surname in Latin America. It is one of the five most common surnames in Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Paraguay, and Venezuela, making it one of the most common surnames in the Spanish-speaking world. In the United States, González ranked as the 13th most common surname in 2017.
Pérez or Perez, as most commonly written in English, is a Spanish and Jewish surname popular among people of Sephardic Jewish descent.
Juan is a given name, the Spanish language and Manx language versions of John. It is very common in Spain and in other Spanish-speaking communities around the world and in the Philippines, and also in the Isle of Man. The feminine form in Spanish is Juana, or Juanita in its diminutive.
Victoria is a feminine first name. It is also used as a family name.
Torres is a surname in the Portuguese and Spanish languages, meaning "Towers".
Hernández is a widespread Spanish surname that became common around the 15th century. Originally a patronymic, it means son of Hernando, Hernando or Fernando being the Spanish version of Germanic Ferdinand. Fernández is a very common variant of the name. Hernandes and Fernandes are their Portuguese equivalents.
Raul, Raúl and Raül are the Italian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish and Catalan forms of the Anglo-Germanic given name Ralph or Rudolph. They are cognates of the French Raoul.
Víctor González may refer to:
Tomás is a Spanish and Portuguese or Irish given name equivalent of Thomas.
Martínez is a common surname in the Spanish language. Martínez is the most common surname in the Spanish regions of Navarre, La Rioja, Cuenca and Murcia. There are also variations such as San Martin and Martín.
Mejía is a Spanish surname. Several theories exist as to its origins and etymology. The prevailing belief is that the name has Galician origins. The surname is most common in Spain and Latin American countries, including Colombia and Mexico.
Rojas is a surname found throughout the Spanish-speaking world and especially in Latin America.
Maria Gonzalez may refer to:
Enrique González is a Venezuelan baseball player.
Moreno is a Spanish, and Portuguese surname. It may refer to:
Frías may refer to:
Manuel González may refer to:
Javier González may refer to:
Blanco is a surname of Spanish origin, meaning "white". Notable people with the surname include:
Herrera is a surname of Spanish origin, from the Latin FERRĀRIA, meaning "iron mine" or "iron works" and also the feminine of Latin FERRĀRIUS, "of or pertaining to iron"; or, alternatively, the feminine of Spanish herrero, which also gives the surname Herrero. Variants of the name include Ferrera and the less common Bherrera. Its equivalent in Portuguese and Galician is Ferreira. Also because of Spanish naming customs, some people are listed here with their family name as their second-to-last name.