ⓘ Cerviño

                                     

ⓘ Cerviño

Cerviño is a surname originally from the province of Pontevedra, in the autonomous community of Galicia in northwestern Spain. In Galician, the native language of the region, it means "little deer", the -iño ending being very characteristic of this romance language.

                                     
  • Cervino Campania, a comune town in the Province of Caserta, Italy Txindoki, a mountain in the Province of Gipuzkoa, Basque Country, Spain Cerviño
  • Jose Cerviño Cerviño August 21, 1920 April 18, 2012 was a Spanish prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. Cerviño was born in Aldan, Spain and was
  • Alberto Casado Cerviño born on 15 October 1952 in Pontevedra, Spain is a former Director General of the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office. He was
  • Cervino Campanian: Cervìne is a comune municipality in the Province of Caserta in the Italian region Campania, located about 30 kilometres 19 mi
  • The Alpini Paratroopers Battalion Monte Cervino is the sole battalion of the Italian Army s 4th Alpini Paratroopers Regiment, which is one of the Italy s
  • to Cerviño s house, where they find him, wounded but still alive. To comfort him in his dying moments, they tell him Fuentes won the battle. Cerviño makes
  • y Bejarano. He married firstly in 1803 Maria de la Soledad Pontejos y Cerviño and had two daughters by this marriage: Doña Narcisa Fernandez de Heredia
  • Canelones. Honorius fl.484 AD Francisco Rendeiro, 1965 1967 Jose Cerviño Cerviño 1968 1976 Tadeusz Rybak 1977 1992 Leopoldo Hermes Garin Bruzzone
  • to the regiment s Alpini Battalion Aosta and Skiers Battalion Monte Cervino instead of the regiment itself. The 4th Alpini Regiment was formed on