ⓘ Moises

                                     

ⓘ Moises

Moises or Moises is a male name common among people of Iberian origin. It is the Spanish, Portuguese and Tagalog equivalent of the name Moses.

Places
  • Moises Ville, a township in the Santa Fe province of Argentina.
  • Doctor Moises Bertoni, a village in the Caazapa department of Paraguay Sitio liko di matagpuan St.
  • Moises Padilla, a municipality in the Negros Occidental province of the Philippines.
Buildings
  • Estadio Moises Lucarelli, a football stadium in São Paulo, Brazil.
  • Moises Benzaquen Rengifo Airport, serving Yurimaguas, Loreto, Peru.
  • Moises E. Molina High School, in Western Park, Oak Cliff Dallas, Texas, United States.
Other
  • Un Amor en Moises Ville, a 2001 Argentine drama film.
Notable people
  • Moises Silva born 1945, a Cuban-American theologian.
  • Moises Simons 1889–1945, a Cuban composer, pianist and orchestra leader.
  • Moises Alou born 1966, a Dominican-American former outfielder in Major League Baseball.
  • Moises Moleiro 1904–1979, a Venezuelan pianist and composer.
  • Moises Kaufman born 1963, a Venezuelan playwright and director.
  • Moises Torrealba born 1978, a Venezuelan folk musician.
  • Moises Villarroel born 1976, a Chilean football midfielder.
  • Moises Hurtado born 1981, a Spanish footballer.
  • Moises Solana 1935–1969, a racing driver from Mexico.
  • Moises Arias born 1994, an American teen actor.
  • Moises Bicentini 1931–2007, an association football player from Curaçao.
  • Moises Garcia Leon born 1971, a Spanish footballer.
  • Moises da Costa Amaral 1938–1989, a politician from East Timor.
  • Moises Valle born 1965, also known as "Yumuri", a Cuban musician.
  • Moises Candelario born 1978, an international football player from Ecuador.
  • Moises Tuu Hereveri c. 1873–1925, a Rapa Nui leader.
  • Moises Henriques born 1987, a Portuguese-Australian professional cricketer.
  • Moises Wolfenson, a former Peruvian Congressman.
  • Moises Matias de Andrade 1948–2008, a Brazilian professional football player.
  • Moises Velasco born 1989, a Mexican football midfielder.
  • Moises Muñoz born 1980, a Mexican football goalkeeper.
  • Moises Santiago Bertoni 1857–1929, a Swiss botanist.
  • Moises Teixeira da Silva, a Brazilian criminal and escaped convict.
  • Moises Naim born 1952, a Venezuelan economist, writer and columnist.
  • Moises Dueñas born 1981, a Spanish road racing cyclist.
  • Moises Aldape born 1981, a Mexican professional road bicycle racer.
  • Moises Moura Pinheiro born 1979, a Brazilian footballer.
  • Moises Giron born 1987, a Salvadoran footballer.
  • Moises Giroldi died 1989, a Panamanian military commander noted for his coup attempt against Manuel Noriega.
  • Moises Salinas born 1966, a Mexican professor and political activist.
                                     
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  • Before starting his acting career, Moises graduated from Barbizon Modeling and Acting School in Atlanta, Georgia. Moises has made guest appearances on shows
  • Moises Aldape Chavez born 14 August 1981 in Leon is a Mexican professional road bicycle racer for UCI Continental team Team Novo Nordisk. He was part
  • Globo Esporte. Retrieved 17 April 2015. Moises Duque International Statistics Moises Duque at ESPNscrum Moises Duque at Olympics at Sports - Reference.com
  • Moises Francisco Dallazen born 9 August 1990 or simply Moises is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a right back, but also occasionally
  • 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, and Moises felt interested in representing Brazil at home. On a club level, Moises played in 2001 and 2002 for the WNBA s
  • Moises Dueñas Nevado born 10 May 1981 in Bejar is a retired Spanish road racing cyclist who rode for UCI Professional Continental team Barloworld. He
  • manager of Antela FC. Moises Pereiro at BDFutbol Futbolme profile in Spanish Moises Pereiro at La Preferente in Spanish Moises Pereiro at Soccerway
  • 18 June 2019 Moises Adrian Velasco Herrera at Liga MX in Spanish Moises Velasco Liga MX stats at MedioTiempo.com in Spanish Moises Velasco at Soccerway
  • Moises Matias de Andrade January 10, 1948 August 26, 2008 usually known simply as Moises was a professional footballer who played for several Campeonato