Azevedo

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  • Azevedo — is a common surname in the Portuguese language, namely in Portugal, Brazil, and other Lusophone nations. The etymology of Azevedo is usually related to the azevinho, (Ilex aquifolium).It may refer to: *Aluísio Azevedo, Brazilian writer. *Belmiro… …   Wikipedia

  • AZEVEDO — (D Azevedo), Portuguese Sephardi family whose members were found in N. Africa as marranos in the 16th century, and from the 17th century in Amsterdam, where they reverted to Judaism; a branch of the family moved to London. melchior (BELCHIOR) VAZ …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Azevedo — Azevedo, Aluizio Gonçalvez de Azevedo, Arturo Nabantino Gonçalvez de …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • AZEVEDO — nomen familiae illustris, quae, e Lusitania orta, in Castellam transiit. In ea Didacus, Franciscam de Zuniga, Ulloa et Viedma Comitem de Monterry duxit, sicque Comites reliquos de Monterry, nominis de Azevedo et Zuniga, prosevit. Fuit autem is… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Azevēdo — Azevēdo, Manoel Antonio Alvares de, brasil. Dichter, geb. 1831 in São Paulo, gest. 1852, schrieb, während er (1848–51) die Rechte studierte, eine Fülle romantischer, teils idealistischer, schwermütig elegischer, teils realistischer, bittern Humor …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Azevedo —   [aze vedu], Aluízio Tancredo Gonçalves, brasilianischer Schriftsteller und Diplomat, * São Luís (Maranhão) 14. 4. 1857, ✝ Buenos Aires 21. 1. 1913; Verfasser naturalistischer Thesenromane; schrieb auch Theaterstücke und Erzählungen.   Werke:… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Azevedo — Nom portugais. Désigne celui qui est originaire d une localité portant ce nom. Le toponyme est très fréquent et vient de azevo (= le houx, du latin acrifolium). Variante espagnole : Acevedo …   Noms de famille

  • Azevedo (Portugal) — Azevedo Wappen Karte …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • AZEVEDO (Ferme), MOSES COHEN D' — (1720–1784), English rabbi. Azevedo, who was born into a rabbinic family in Holland, immigrated to London, where he married in 1749 the daughter of haham Moses Gomes De mesquita . His appointment to the bet din in 1757 led to the resignation from …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Azevedo, Luiz de — • An Ethiopic missionary and scholar, born, probably at Carrezedo Montenegro, in the Diocese of Braga, in Portugal, in 1573; died in Ethiopia in 1634 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

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