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Tontodonati is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Federico Tontodonati Italian athletics competitor

Federico Tontodonati is a male Italian racewalker. He competed in the 20 kilometres walk event at the 2015 World Championships in Athletics in Beijing, China, finishing at the 27th position.

Giuseppe Tontodonati was an Italian poet.

Mario Tontodonati was an Italian professional football player.

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Victor Emmanuel III of Italy King of Italy from 1900–1946

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Church most commonly refers to:

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Pavan may refer to:

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Jean-Marc Ayrault Prime Minister of France (2012–2014)

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Méi is a romanized spelling of a Chinese surname, transcribed in the Mandarin dialect. In Hong Kong and other Cantonese-speaking regions, the name may be transliterated as Mui or Moy. In Vietnam, this surname is spelled Mai. In romanized Korean, it is spelled Mae. The name literally translates in English to the plum fruit. The progenitor of the Méi clan, Méi Bo, originated from near a mountain in ancient China that was lined at its base with plum trees. It is also an uncommon European surname of unrelated etymology.

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