ⓘ Mendo

                                     

ⓘ Mendo

Mendo is a Spanish and Portuguese given name and surname. The surnames Mendez and Mendes are derived from Mendo. An alternative Portuguese form of Mendo is Mem.

Mendo may refer to:

                                     
  • Mendo Nunes Spanish: Menendo Nuñez 1020 1028  1050 1054 was a Count of Portugal from the family of Vimara Peres as the son of Nuno Alvites and Ilduara
  • Mendo Alão, Lord of Vila de Bragança, was a medieval knight of the 11th century. He served as a Monk in the Monastery of São Salvador de Castro de Avelãs
  • Castelo de Castelo Mendo is a castle in Portugal. It is classified as a National Monument. Coordinates: 40 35 32 N 6 56 59 W 40.59222 N 6.94972 W
  • Mendo Paez de Sorrez or Mendo Paez de Sorred or Men Paez Sorred or Mem Paez Sorred b. c. 1070 or 1180 - d. c. 1230 was a Spanish noble in the service
  • Mendo de Benavides 1569 17 October, 1644 was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Bishop of Cartagena 1640 1644 and Bishop of Segovia 1533 1540
  • Don Mendo s Revenche Spanish: La venganza de Don Mendo is a 1962 Spanish comedy film directed by Fernando Fernan Gomez. It is based on a play by Pedro
  • Carlos Mendo 26 June 1933 23 August 2010 was a Spanish journalist. In 1972, Mendo co - founded El Pais, Spain s most widely circulated daily newspaper
  • Mendo de Sousa 1120s - 1192 was a Portuguese Count, Patron of the Monastery of Pombeiro and Mordomo - mor of Sancho I of Portugal. Born in Portugal, Mendo
  • Mendo Ristovski born 18 February 1956 is an Australian former association football player. Ristovski played for Footscray JUST in the National Soccer
  • Mendo de Alpoim c.1360 - 14? was a Portuguese nobleman, chancellor and ambassador, member of the court of John I of Portugal. He served in diplomatic
  • El Comercio, 25 April 2014 in Spanish Vuelta Asturias Julio Alvarez Mendo 2015 - General classification ProCyclingStats. Retrieved 25 August 2015