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Gender of Pedro.

Pedro is a name usually given to males.

In a sample of all names from the US Census during the years 1890 to 2006, all of the children named Pedro were boys.

Although Pedro is male, why is it sometimes used for girls? Often a name is taken from a neutral concept with no implied gender. Sometimes the name can be derived from two different sources, one male and one female. Names sometimes change gender over time!


Meanings of the name Pedro.

The following meaning is associated with the name Pedro:

  • A rock

Origins of Pedro.

One origin of Pedro is Spanish.

Names related to Pedro.

Names with the same meaning as Pedro are: Peader, Peer, Peers, Per, Peter, Peterson, Petrina, Pierre, Rochelle, Rock, Cephas and Sela.

Lucky numbers for Pedro.

Number 8 playing card;©V.H.Smith

The numerological number for the name Pedro is 8.

Some two digit lucky numbers for Pedro are: 17 26 35 44 53 62 71 80 89 98.

What does this mean? If you believe in numbers having mystical powers, it could be something very important. You could look for a spouse with the same numerological number and choose your house or the date of an important even based on it. For most of us it is just a bit of fun. See if you have the same numerological number as any special person in your life.

How do you work out your numerological number? You use a special alphabet which gives a value to each of letters and then add the values of the letters in your name. You can see excactly how we calculated eight as the lucky number for Pedro here: Calculating lucky numbers for Pedro.


Name Days for Pedro.

Name days are different in different countries and for different religions. They are often the memorial date of a saint who has the same name.

Often there are many saints with they same name, so you have a wide choice of name days!

A name day for Pedro is:

  • June 29 (Germany).

Popularity of Pedro.

Graph of popularity of Pedro

Pedro was most popular in the year 1992, where it was at position one hundred and eighty-eight for the whole of the USA.

Pedro decreased in popularity between 2001 and 2006 from position two hundred and ten to position two hundred and nineteen.

The most popular decade for the name Pedro was from 1990 to 1999.

The last time that the name was in the top 1000 names in the USA census data was in 2006, where it was at position two hundred and nineteen.


Writers

There are seventy-five Writers called Pedro.

Here are the first ten. See Writers who have the name Pedro for the full list.

  • Pedro Sevcec

    Pedro Sevcec (born approx. 1950) is a television reporter who works for Telemundo in the United States.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Sevcec)

  • Pedro Calderón de la Barca

    Pedro Calderón de la Barca y Barreda González de Henao Ruiz de Blasco y Riaño usually referred as Pedro Calderón de la Barca (17 January 1600 – 25 May 1681), was a writer, poet and dramatist of the Spanish Golden Age. Born when the Spanish Golden Age theatre was being defined by Lope de Vega, he developed it further, his work being regarded as the culmination of the Spanish Baroque theatre.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Calderón de la Barca)

  • Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa

    Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa (1532 - 1592) was a Spanish explorer, author, historian, astronomer, scientist, and humanist. His birthplace is not certain and may have been Pontevedra, in Galicia, where his paternal family originated or Alcalá de Henares in Castile, where he later is known to have studied .... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa)

  • Pedro Abarca

    Pedro Abarca (1619 – 1 October 1693) was a Jesuit theologian.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Abarca)

  • Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Cardenal

    Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Cardenal (23 September 1924 Granada, Nicaragua – 10 January 1978 Managua) was a Nicaraguan journalist and publisher. He was the editor of La Prensa — the only significant opposition newspaper to the long rule of the Somoza family.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Cardenal)

  • Pedro Luiz Napoleão Chernoviz

    Pedro Luiz Napoleão Chernoviz (Piotr Czerniewicz, September 11, 1812 – August 31, 1882), was a physician, scientific writer and publisher. He was born in Lukov (Poland) and immigrated to Brazil in the mid 19th century on a mission from King Louis-Philippe I of France before Dom Pedro II Emperor of Brazil.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Luiz Napoleão Chernoviz)

  • Pedro Antonio de Alarcón

    Pedro Antonio de Alarcón y Ariza (1833-1891) was a nineteenth century Spanish novelist, author of the novel El Sombrero de Tres Picos ('The Three-Cornered Hat', 1874). The story is an adaptation of a popular tradition and provides a lively picture of village life in Alarcón's native region of Andalusia.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Antonio de Alarcón)

  • Pedro A. Paterno

    Pedro A. Paterno is a Writer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro A. Paterno)

  • Pedro Jorge Vera

    Pedro Jorge Vera (b. Guayaquil, 1914 - d.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Jorge Vera)

  • Pedro Garfias

    Pedro Garfias (May 27, 1901 - August 9, 1967) was a Spanish poet.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Garfias)

Soccer Players

There are forty-nine Soccer Players called Pedro.

Here are the first ten. See Soccer Players who have the name Pedro for the full list.

  • Pedro Mendes

    Pedro Mendes is a Soccer Player... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Mendes)

  • Pedro Power

    Pedro Power is a Soccer Player... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Power)

  • Pedro Monzón

    Pedro Monzón is a Soccer Player... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Monzón)

  • Pedro Cea

    Pedro Cea is a Soccer Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Cea)

  • Pedro Luís Vicençote

    Pedro Luís Vicençote, best known as Pedrinho (born in Santo André, São Paulo State, October 22, 1957) is a former Brazilian football (soccer) player in defender role.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Luís Vicençote)

  • Pedro Arispe

    Pedro Arispe (September 30, 1900 – May 4, 1960), nicknamed El Indio, was a football (soccer) player.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Arispe)

  • Pedro Ríos

    Pedro Ríos is a Soccer Player... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Ríos)

  • Pedro Russiano

    Pedro Miguel B. Forte Russiano (born 19 November 1984) is a Portuguese football (soccer) midfielder.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Russiano)

  • Pedro Jorge Santos Santos

    Pedro Jorge Santos Santos is a Soccer Player... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Jorge Santos Santos)

  • Luis Pedro Figueroa

    Luis Pedro Figueroa is a Soccer Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Luis Pedro Figueroa)

Presidents

There are twenty-six Presidents called Pedro.

Here are the first ten. See Presidents who have the name Pedro for the full list.

  • Pedro Eugenio Aramburu

    Pedro Eugenio Aramburu is a President... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Eugenio Aramburu)

  • Pedro Pires

    Pedro Pires is a President... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Pires)

  • Agustín Pedro Justo

    Agustín Pedro Justo is a President... ( from the wikipedia article on Agustín Pedro Justo)

  • Pedro Nel Ospina

    Pedro Nel Ospina Vázquez was a Colombian general and political figure. He served as president of Colombia between 1922 and 1926.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Nel Ospina)

  • Pedro Celestino Negrete

    Pedro Celestino Negrete (1777–1846) was a Spanish general in New Spain and later provisional president of Mexico, from March 31, 1823 to October 10, 1824.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Celestino Negrete)

  • Pedro María de Anaya

    Pedro María de Anaya is a President... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro María de Anaya)

  • Pedro Santana

    Pedro Santana Familias (Pedro Santana Familias, 1st Marquess of Las Carreras) (1801-1864) was a wealthy cattle rancher, soldier, politician and dictator of the Dominican Republic born in the border community of Hincha (now in Haiti). He was the first constitutional President of the Dominican Republic, and the first Marqués de las Carreras.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Santana)

  • Pedro Antonio Díaz

    Pedro Antonio Díaz (5 July 1852 - 8 May 1919) was First Vice President of Panama in 1918 and in that capacity also acting President of Panama from October 1, 1918 to October 12, 1918.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Antonio Díaz)

  • Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Alfaro

    Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Alfaro is a President... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Alfaro)

  • Pedro José Escalón

    Pedro José Escalón (March 25, 1847–September 6, 1923, age 76) was born in Santa Ana, El Salvador. In 1865 he married Elena Rodríguez (died December 3, 1921) and they had three children: Dolores, Federico and Pedro.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro José Escalón)

Painters

There are twenty-two Painters called Pedro.

Here are the first ten. See Painters who have the name Pedro for the full list.

  • Pedro Linares

    Pedro Linares (1906 – January 26, 1992) was a Mexican artist and creator of the paper maché figurines named alebrijes.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Linares)

  • Pedro Friedeberg

    Pedro Friedeberg (born January 11, 1936) is a Mexican painter.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Friedeberg)

  • Pedro Berruguete

    Pedro Berruguete is a Painter... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Berruguete)

  • Pedro Calapez

    Pedro Calapez, born in Lisbon, 1953, is a Portuguese painter.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Calapez)

  • Pedro León Zapata

    Pedro León Zapata is a Painter... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro León Zapata)

  • Pedro Castellanos

    Father Pedro Castellanos (1902-1961) was a priest and architect who gained renown in the state of Jalisco during a time of early Modernism marked by sacred purity. He is best known for designing the homes of the Rébora and Aranguren families in Guadalajara.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Castellanos)

  • Pedro Ipiña

    Pedro Antonio Ipiña (Born 1956) is one of El Salvador's most celebrated living artists, having gained international recognition capturing the spirituality of life by painting the harsh reality of his country history and its people in a beautiful mysterious world of magic dreams where the fantasy of a drawn poem or a fairy tale story deeply captivate us.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Ipiña)

  • António Pedro

    António Pedro da Costa (Cape Verde, Santiago, Praia, December 9, 1909 – Caminha, Moledo, August 17, 1966) was a Portuguese actor, writer and painter born to a prominent family from the Cape Verde Islands, son of José Maria da Costa (b. Lisbon, c.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on António Pedro)

  • Pedro Nel Gómez

    Pedro Nel Gómez is a Painter... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Nel Gómez)

  • Pedro Ramírez Vázquez

    Pedro Ramírez Vázquez is a Painter... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Ramírez Vázquez)

Explorers

There are twenty-one Explorers called Pedro.

Here are the first ten. See Explorers who have the name Pedro for the full list.

  • Pedro de Alvarado

    Pedro de Alvarado y Contreras (born Badajoz, Extremadura, Spain, ca. 1485 or ca.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Alvarado)

  • Pedro Álvares Cabral

    Pedro Álvares Cabral (ca. 1468 – ca.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Álvares Cabral)

  • Pedro Fernandes de Queirós

    Pedro Fernandes de Queirós is an Explorer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Fernandes de Queirós)

  • Pedro Páez

    Pedro Páez Jaramillo or Pêro Pais (1564 – May 25, 1622) was a Jesuit missionary in Ethiopia. Páez is considered by many experts on Ethiopia to be the most effective Catholic missionary in Ethiopia.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Páez)

  • Pedro Menéndez de Avilés

    Pedro Menéndez de Avilés is an Explorer... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Menéndez de Avilés)

  • Pedro Arias Dávila

    Pedrarias Dávila (Pedro Arias de Ávila) (Segovia, Castile, c. 1440 –... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Arias Dávila)

  • Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa

    Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa (1532 - 1592) was a Spanish explorer, author, historian, astronomer, scientist, and humanist. His birthplace is not certain and may have been Pontevedra, in Galicia, where his paternal family originated or Alcalá de Henares in Castile, where he later is known to have studied .... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa)

  • Pedro Fages

    Pedro Fages Beleta () (1734–1794), nicknamed El Oso, was a soldier, explorer, and the second Spanish military Governor of New California from 1770 to 1774, and Governor of the Californias from 1782 to 1791.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Fages)

  • Pedro Mascarenhas

    Pedro Mascarenhas (1470- June 23, 1555) was a Portuguese explorer and colonial administrator. He was the first European to discover the island of Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean in 1512.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Mascarenhas)

  • Pedro de Ursúa

    Pedro de Ursúa (1526 – 1561) was a Spanish Basque conquistador from Baztan (Navarre) in the 16th century. In Panama, Ursúa subdued a Cimarron (ex-slave) revolt by tricking Cimarron leader Bayano into coming unprepared to negotiate a truce, but then captured him and sent him back to King Philip II of Spain.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Ursúa)

Poets

There are eighteen Poets called Pedro.

Here are the first ten. See Poets who have the name Pedro for the full list.

  • Pedro Garfias

    Pedro Garfias (May 27, 1901 - August 9, 1967) was a Spanish poet.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Garfias)

  • Pedro Pietri

    Pedro Pietri (March 21, 1944-March 3, 2004) born in Ponce, Puerto Rico, was a Nuyorican poet and playwright who co-founded the Nuyorican Poets Cafe. He was the poet laureate of the Nuyorican movement.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Pietri)

  • Pedro Salinas

    Pedro Salinas y Serrano (27 November 1891, Madrid – 4 December 1951, Boston) was a Spanish poet and member of the Generation of '27. He was also a scholar and critic of Spanish literature, teaching at universities in Spain, England, and the United States.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Salinas)

  • Pedro Bucaneg

    Pedro Bucaneg (March 1592 – c. 1630) was a Filipino poet.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Bucaneg)

  • Pedro García Cabrera

    Pedro García Cabrera (19 August 1905-20 March 1981) was a Spanish writer and poet. A member of the Generation of '27, he is considered one of the greatest poets of the Canary Islands.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro García Cabrera)

  • Pedro Correia Garção

    Pedro António Joaquim Correia da Serra Garção (1724 – November 10, 1772) was a Portuguese lyric poet.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Correia Garção)

  • Pedro Medina Avendaño

    Pedro Medina Avendaño is a Poet... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Medina Avendaño)

  • Pedro Luis Boitel

    Pedro Luis Boitel (1931 – 1972) was a Cuban poet and dissident who opposed the governments of both Fulgencio Batista and Fidel Castro. In 1961, the regime sentenced him to 10 years in prison.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Luis Boitel)

  • Pedro Manuel Jiménez de Urrea

    Pedro Manuel de Urrea (1486 – 1535) was a Spanish Renaissance poet and playwright.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Manuel Jiménez de Urrea)

  • Pedro Geoffroy Rivas

    Pedro Geoffroy Rivas (born September 16, 1908 in Santa Ana, El Salvador. Died November 10, 1979 in San Salvador, El Salvador) was an anthropologist, poet, and linguist.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Geoffroy Rivas)

Diplomats

There are eighteen Diplomats called Pedro.

Here are the first ten. See Diplomats who have the name Pedro for the full list.

  • Faustino Rodríguez-San Pedro y Díaz-Argüelles

    Faustino Rodríguez-San Pedro y Díaz-Argüelles (1833-1925) was Mayor of Madrid in 1890, and a deputy in the Spanish National Congress, and then a political minister in the governments of Francisco Silvela and Antonio Maura. He was a lawyer who joined the Conservative party at that time.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Faustino Rodríguez-San Pedro y Díaz-Argüelles)

  • Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, 10th Count of Aranda

    Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea y Jiménez de Urrea, 10th Count of Aranda (Siétamo, Huesca, 1718- Épila, Saragossa 1798), was a Spanish statesman and diplomat.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Pablo Abarca de Bolea, 10th Count of Aranda)

  • Pedro Gual Escandón

    Pedro Gual Escandón is a Diplomat... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Gual Escandón)

  • Pedro Gómez Labrador, Marquis of Labrador

    Pedro Gómez Labrador, Marquis of Labrador is a Diplomat... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Gómez Labrador, Marquis of Labrador)

  • Pedro de Sousa Holstein, 1st Duke of Palmela

    Dom Pedro de Sousa Holstein, 1st Count, 1st Marquess and 1st Duke of Palmela (formerly 1st Duke do Faial) (1781–1850) was one of the most important Portuguese diplomats and statesmen in the first half of the 19th century. He also served as the country's Prime Minister.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Sousa Holstein, 1st Duke of Palmela)

  • Pedro de la Gasca

    Pedro de la Gasca is a Diplomat... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro de la Gasca)

  • Manuel Pedro Pacavira

    Manuel Pedro Pacavira (born 1939) is the ambassador of Angola to Italy, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the International Fund for Agriculture and Development (IFAD) and the World Food Program. He previously served as Transportation Minister.... ( from the wikipedia article on Manuel Pedro Pacavira)

  • Pedro Alcántara Herrán

    Pedro Alcántara Herrán is a Diplomat... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Alcántara Herrán)

  • Pedro Gil

    Pedro Gil (November 13, 1889, Capiz – January 5, 1965) was a physician, crusading journalist and legislator in the Philippines. Pedro Gil lived life of service in different distinguished roles - as a labor leader, as a doctor of medicine, as a crusading newspaperman, as a social worker, and as a conscientious legislator.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Gil)

  • Pedro Fernando Mavunza

    Pedro Fernando Mavunza is the ambassador of Angola to South Africa and the Congo.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Fernando Mavunza)

Actors

There are seventeen Actors called Pedro.

Here are the first ten. See Actors who have the name Pedro for the full list.

  • Pedro de Cordoba

    Pedro de Cordoba is an Actor... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Cordoba)

  • Pedro Armendáriz, Jr.

    Pedro Armendáriz Jr., or in the Spanish naming system Pedro Armendáriz Bohr (born April 6, 1940), is a Mexican actor.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Armendáriz, Jr.)

  • Pedro Armendáriz

    Pedro Armendáriz is an Actor... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Armendáriz)

  • Pedro Neschling

    Pedro Neschling (born June 28, 1982 Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian actor, director and writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Neschling)

  • Pedro Regas

    Pedro Regas is an Actor... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Regas)

  • Pedro Telemaco

    Pedro Telemaco is an Actor... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Telemaco)

  • Pedro Gonzalez-Gonzalez

    Pedro Gonzalez-Gonzalez (May 24, 1925 – February 6, 2006) was an American character actor best known for his appearances in a number of John Wayne movies.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Gonzalez-Gonzalez)

  • Pedro Sicard

    Pedro Sicard is an Actor... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Sicard)

  • Pedro Vasconcellos

    Pedro Vasconcellos (born October 25, 1974 in Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian television actor.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Vasconcellos)

  • Pedro Quartucci

    Pedro Quartucci (July 30, 1905 in Buenos Aires – April 20, 1983 in Buenos Aires) was an Argentine boxer and actor.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Quartucci)

Generals

There are sixteen Generals called Pedro.

Here are the first ten. See Generals who have the name Pedro for the full list.

  • Pedro de Alvarado

    Pedro de Alvarado y Contreras (born Badajoz, Extremadura, Spain, ca. 1485 or ca.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Alvarado)

  • Pedro Celestino Negrete

    Pedro Celestino Negrete (1777–1846) was a Spanish general in New Spain and later provisional president of Mexico, from March 31, 1823 to October 10, 1824.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Celestino Negrete)

  • Pedro Navarro, Count of Oliveto

    (1500–1512) France (1515–1528)... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Navarro, Count of Oliveto)

  • Pedro Lagos

    Pedro Lagos Marchant (1832 – 18 January 1884) was a Chilean infantry commander. He is best remembered for commanding the assault and capture of the city of Arica during the War of the Pacific.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Lagos)

  • Pedro Henriquez de Acevedo, Count of Fuentes

    Don Pedro Henriquez d'Azevedo y Toledo, Count of Fuentes (September 18, 1560, Valladolid – July 22, 1610, Milan) was a Spanish general and statesman.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Henriquez de Acevedo, Count of Fuentes)

  • Pedro Caro, 3rd Marquis of La Romana

    Pedro Caro, 3rd Marquis of La Romana is a General... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Caro, 3rd Marquis of La Romana)

  • Pedro Velarde y Santillán

    Pedro Velarde y Santillán is a General... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Velarde y Santillán)

  • Pedro de Villagra

    Pedro de Villagra is a General... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Villagra)

  • Pedro de Castro, 1st Duke of la Conquista

    Don Pedro de Castro y Figueroa, 1st Duke of la Conquista and 1st Marquis of Gracia Real (c. 1685, San Julián de Cela, A Coruña Province, Spain—August 22, 1741, Mexico City) was a Spanish military officer and viceroy of New Spain from August 17, 1740 to August 22, 1741.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Castro, 1st Duke of la Conquista)

  • Pedro de Garibay

    Pedro de Garibay (1729, Alcalá de Henares, Spain—July 7, 1815, Mexico City) was a Spanish military officer and, from September 16, 1808 to July 19, 1809, viceroy of New Spain.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Garibay)

Journalists

There are thirteen Journalists called Pedro.

Here are the first ten. See Journalists who have the name Pedro for the full list.

  • Pedro Sevcec

    Pedro Sevcec (born approx. 1950) is a television reporter who works for Telemundo in the United States.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Sevcec)

  • Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Cardenal

    Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Cardenal (23 September 1924 Granada, Nicaragua – 10 January 1978 Managua) was a Nicaraguan journalist and publisher. He was the editor of La Prensa — the only significant opposition newspaper to the long rule of the Somoza family.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Cardenal)

  • Pedro Juan Gutiérrez

    Pedro Juan Gutiérrez, born in 1950 (Matanzas, Cuba), is a Cuban novelist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Juan Gutiérrez)

  • Pedro Gomez (journalist)

    Pedro Gomez (born in 1962 in Florida) is a Phoenix-based reporter for ESPN's SportsCenter show. He is primarily a baseball reporter and is also a member of the Baseball Writers Association of America.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Gomez (journalist))

  • Pedro Gual Escandón

    Pedro Gual Escandón is a Journalist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Gual Escandón)

  • Pedro Damiano

    Pedro Damiano is a Journalist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Damiano)

  • Pedro J. Ramírez

    Pedro José Ramírez Codina (Logroño, La Rioja, March 26, 1952), Spanish, more often known as Pedro J. Ramírez, is a Spanish journalist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro J. Ramírez)

  • Pedro Escartín

    Pedro Escartín Morán (August 8, 1902 – May 21, 1998Source: http://www.clarin.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Escartín)

  • Pedro Félix Vicuña

    Pedro Félix Vicuña Aguirre (February 21, 1805, Santiago, Chile—May 24, 1874, Santiago) was a Chilean journalist and one of the founders in 1827 of the newspaper El Mercurio de Valparaíso, the oldest existing newspaper in Spanish language. He was also a liberal writer and politician.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Félix Vicuña)

  • Pedro Pinto

    Pedro Mendonça Pinto (born 1975 in Lisbon) is a Portuguese journalist who is currently a sports anchor for CNN International based in London, England.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Pinto)

Bishops

There are eleven Bishops called Pedro.

Here are the first ten. See Bishops who have the name Pedro for the full list.

  • Pedro González de Mendoza

    Pedro González de Mendoza (May 3, 1428 – January 11, 1495) was a Spanish cardinal and statesman.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro González de Mendoza)

  • Pedro Rubiano Sáenz

    Pedro Rubiano Sáenz (born September 13, 1932) is a Cardinal and Roman Catholic Archbishop of Bogotá in the Roman Catholic Church.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Rubiano Sáenz)

  • Pedro da Fonseca (cardinal)

    Pedro da Fonseca (14th century-1422) was a Portuguese Cardinal, born in Olivença, then in Portugal, but since the 19th century annexed by Spain. He was made Cardinal by the Avignon Pope Benedict XIII, with the title of "Santo Ângelo na Pescaria", in 1409.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro da Fonseca (cardinal))

  • Patrick Pedro Broucke de Tralles

    Petro B. Grand Duke de Tralles is the Ukrainian Orthodox Archbishop of Kafa and Gothia and Exarch for Western Europe and Chairman of the Department of External Church Relations.... ( from the wikipedia article on Patrick Pedro Broucke de Tralles)

  • Pedro Casaldáliga

    Pere Casaldàliga i Pla, more known as Pedro Casaldáliga (born 1928) is a Catalan-born emeritus Brazilian Bishop of São Felix do Araguaia (Brazil). He is one of the most known practitioners of Liberation Theology.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Casaldáliga)

  • Pedro de la Gasca

    Pedro de la Gasca is a Bishop... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro de la Gasca)

  • Pedro Segura y Sáenz

    Pedro Segura y Sáenz is a Bishop... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Segura y Sáenz)

  • Pedro Agustín

    Bishop Pedro Agustin y Albanell (February 22, 1512 – February 26, 1572), was a Catholic bishop. He served as both Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Elne (now Roman Catholic Diocese of Perpignan-Elne) in France and of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Huesca in Spain.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Agustín)

  • Carlos Pedro Zilli

    Carlos Pedro Zilli (born 7 October 1954) has been the Roman Catholic bishop of the Diocese of Bafatá in Guinea-Bissau since 2001.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Carlos Pedro Zilli)

  • Pedro Luis de Borja

    Pedro Luis de Borja (1432 — September 26, 1458) was younger brother of Rodrigo Borgia and nephew of Cardinal Alonso de Borja, who in 1455 became Pope Callixtus III. He was called Don Pedro Luis.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Luis de Borja)

Playwrights

There are ten Playwrights called Pedro.

  • Pedro Calderón de la Barca

    Pedro Calderón de la Barca y Barreda González de Henao Ruiz de Blasco y Riaño usually referred as Pedro Calderón de la Barca (17 January 1600 – 25 May 1681), was a writer, poet and dramatist of the Spanish Golden Age. Born when the Spanish Golden Age theatre was being defined by Lope de Vega, he developed it further, his work being regarded as the culmination of the Spanish Baroque theatre.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Calderón de la Barca)

  • Pedro Calvo Asensio

    Pedro Calvo Asensio (1821–1863) was a Spanish playwright.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Calvo Asensio)

  • Pedro Manuel Jiménez de Urrea

    Pedro Manuel de Urrea (1486 – 1535) was a Spanish Renaissance poet and playwright.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Manuel Jiménez de Urrea)

  • Pedro Francisco de Lanini

    Pedro Francisco de Lanini y Sagredo (c.1640 – c.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Francisco de Lanini)

  • Pedro Luis Martínez Larriba

    Pedro Luis Martínez Larriba (born April 27, 1946) is a Spanish playwright. He won the 1986 Margarita Xirgu Prize for his radio play ¿Hay alguien escuchando ahí?... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Luis Martínez Larriba)

  • Pedro Muñoz Seca

    Pedro Muñoz Seca is a Playwright... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Muñoz Seca)

  • Pedro Bloch

    Pedro Bloch (1914, Ukraine – February 23, 2004, Brazil) was a Brazilian writer. His family immigrated to Brazil at the beginning of the twentieth century.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Bloch)

  • Pedro Pérez Fernández

    Pedro Pérez Fernández is a Playwright... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Pérez Fernández)

  • Pedro Sienna

    Pedro Sienna is a Playwright... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Sienna)

  • Pedro de Calasans

    Pedro de Calasans is a Playwright... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Calasans)

Classical Composers

There are nine Classical Composers called Pedro.

  • Pedro de Escobar

    Pedro de Escobar (c. 1465 – after 1535), a.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Escobar)

  • Pedro Iturralde

    Pedro Iturralde, born 1929, is a Spanish saxophonist, saxophone teacher and composer.http://www.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Iturralde)

  • Pedro de Cristo

    Pedro de Cristo (Coimbra, 1545/1550 - Coimbra, 12 December 1618) was a Portuguese composer of the Renaissance. He is one of the most important Portuguese polyphonists of the 16th and 17th centuries.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Cristo)

  • Pedro Vilarroig

    Pedro Vilarroig (Madrid, November 8, 1954) is a Spanish composer and mining engineer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Vilarroig)

  • Pedro Albéniz

    Pedro Albéniz y Basanta (April 14, 1795 – April 12, 1855) was a Spanish pianist and composer. He was unrelated to Isaac Albéniz.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Albéniz)

  • Pedro Bermúdez

    Pedro Bermúdez (1558 – 1605) was a Spanish composer and chapel master, who has been recognised as one of the most outstanding polyphonists in the New World, and who was active in Granada, Antequera, Cusco, Santiago de Guatemala (present-day Antigua Guatemala), and Puebla.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Bermúdez)

  • Pedro Ruimonte

    Pedro Ruimonte or Rimonte (1565 – November 30, 1627) was a Spanish composer and musician who spent much of his career in the Low Countries.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Ruimonte)

  • Pedro Luís Neves

    Pedro Luís Neves is a Portuguese modern composer of classical music and author of several other genres.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Luís Neves)

  • Pedro Humberto Allende

    Pedro Humberto Allende Sarón (b. July 29, 1885, Santiago, (d.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Humberto Allende)

Baseball Players

There are nine Baseball Players called Pedro.

  • Pedro Astacio

    Pedro Astacio is a Baseball Player... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Astacio)

  • Pedro Borbón

    Pedro Borbón is a Baseball Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Borbón)

  • Pedro Borbón, Jr.

    Pedro Borbón, Jr. is a Baseball Player... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Borbón, Jr.)

  • Pedro López (baseball)

    Pedro López (baseball) is a Baseball Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro López (baseball))

  • Pedro Liriano

    Pedro Liriano is a Baseball Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Liriano)

  • Pedro Santana (baseball)

    Pedro Santana (baseball) is a Baseball Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Santana (baseball))

  • Pedro González (baseball)

    Pedro Olivares Gonzalez (born December 12, 1937 in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic) is a former Major League Baseball second baseman. In 407 career games with the New York Yankees(1963-65) and Cleveland Indians (1965-67), he had 264 hits with a batting average of .... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro González (baseball))

  • Pedro Ciriaco

    Pedro Ciriaco is a Baseball Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Ciriaco)

  • Pedro Strop

    Pedro Strop is a Baseball Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Strop)

Film Directors

There are nine Film Directors called Pedro.

  • Pedro Costa

    Pedro Costa (born 1959) is a Portuguese film director.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Costa)

  • Pedro Neschling

    Pedro Neschling (born June 28, 1982 Rio de Janeiro) is a Brazilian actor, director and writer.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Neschling)

  • Joaquim Pedro de Andrade

    Joaquim Pedro de Andrade (May 25, 1932 – September 10, 1988) was a Brazilian film director and screenwriter. He was a member of the Cinema Novo movement in Brazil.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Joaquim Pedro de Andrade)

  • Pedro Almodóvar

    "Pedro Almodovar." Encyclopedia of World Biography.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Almodóvar)

  • Pedro Masó

    Pedro Masó (born January 26, 1927 in Madrid; died September 23, 2008 in Madrid) was a Spanish director, producer, and scriptwriter.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Masó)

  • Pedro Olea

    Pedro Olea (June 30, 1938, Bilbao) is a Spanish screenwriter, film producer and film director.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Olea)

  • João Pedro Rodrigues

    João Pedro Rodrigues (Lisbon, 1966) is a Portuguese film director whose activity started in 1997.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on João Pedro Rodrigues)

  • Pedro Sienna

    Pedro Sienna is a Film Director... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Sienna)

  • Pedro Lazaga

    Pedro Lazaga is a Film Director... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Lazaga)

Philosophers

There are six Philosophers called Pedro.

  • Pedro Abarca

    Pedro Abarca (1619 – 1 October 1693) was a Jesuit theologian.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Abarca)

  • Pedro Rodriguez (theologian)

    Pedro Rodriguez is a theologian who specializes on church studies or ecclesiology. He has written dozens of books and articles on theology.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Rodriguez (theologian))

  • Pedro Casaldáliga

    Pere Casaldàliga i Pla, more known as Pedro Casaldáliga (born 1928) is a Catalan-born emeritus Brazilian Bishop of São Felix do Araguaia (Brazil). He is one of the most known practitioners of Liberation Theology.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Casaldáliga)

  • Pedro da Fonseca (philosopher)

    Pedro da Fonseca (1528–1599) was a Portuguese Jesuit philosopher and theologian. His work on logic and metaphysics made him known in his time as the Portuguese Aristotle.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro da Fonseca (philosopher))

  • Pedro de Lerma

    Pedro de Lerma (c. 1461 – August 11, 1541) was a Spanish theologian.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Lerma)

  • Pedro Hurtado de Mendoza

    Pedro Hurtado de Mendoza (1578–1651) was a Spanish philosopher and theologian. Figure emphasized for being one of the principal followers of Thomas Aquinas of the 17th century in Spain.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Hurtado de Mendoza)

Ambassadors

There are five Ambassadors called Pedro.

  • Manuel Pedro Pacavira

    Manuel Pedro Pacavira (born 1939) is the ambassador of Angola to Italy, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the International Fund for Agriculture and Development (IFAD) and the World Food Program. He previously served as Transportation Minister.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Manuel Pedro Pacavira)

  • Pedro Alcántara Herrán

    Pedro Alcántara Herrán is an Ambassador... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Alcántara Herrán)

  • Pedro Rosso Leal

    Pedro Rosso Leal is the ambassador of Cuba to Angola.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Rosso Leal)

  • Antonio Pedro Monteiro Lima

    Antonio Pedro Monteiro Lima is an Ambassador... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Antonio Pedro Monteiro Lima)

  • Pedro Girón, 1st Duke of Osuna

    Pedro Girón, 1st Duke of Osuna, Grandee of Spain, (in full, ), (29 July 1537–13 September 1590), was a Spanish nobleman and colonial administrator.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Girón, 1st Duke of Osuna)

Olympic Medalists

There are five Olympic Medalists called Pedro.

  • Pedro Amat

    Pedro Amat (born July 13, 1940) is a former Spanish field hockey player, who captured the bronze medal with the Men's National Team at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, Italy.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Amat)

  • Pedro Cea

    Pedro Cea is an Olympic Medalist... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Cea)

  • Pedro Quartucci

    Pedro Quartucci (July 30, 1905 in Buenos Aires – April 20, 1983 in Buenos Aires) was an Argentine boxer and actor.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Quartucci)

  • Pedro Arispe

    Pedro Arispe (September 30, 1900 – May 4, 1960), nicknamed El Indio, was a football (soccer) player.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Arispe)

  • Pedro Vallana

    Pedro Vallana Jeanguenat (November 29, 1897 – June 1980) was a Spanish football (soccer) player who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Vallana)

Boxers

There are five Boxers called Pedro.

  • Pedro Alcázar

    Pedro Alcázar is a Boxer... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Alcázar)

  • Pedro Montañez

    Pedro Montañez, (April 24, 1914-June 26, 1996), was a boxer from Cayey, Puerto Rico. Also known as El Torito De Cayey (The Little Bull of Cayey), he has been considered by many to be one of the best boxer]s in history never to win a world title.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Montañez)

  • Pedro Carrasco

    Pedro Carrasco is a Boxer... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Carrasco)

  • Pedro Quartucci

    Pedro Quartucci (July 30, 1905 in Buenos Aires – April 20, 1983 in Buenos Aires) was an Argentine boxer and actor.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Quartucci)

  • Pedro Ruben Decima

    Pedro Ruben Decima (born 1964-03-10 in Benjamín Aráoz, Tucuman) is a former professional boxer from Argentina.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Ruben Decima)

Economists

There are four Economists called Pedro.

  • Pedro Carmona

    Pedro Francisco Carmona Estanga (born 1941 in Barquisimeto, Lara, Venezuela) is a former Venezuelan trade organization leader who was briefly declared President of Venezuela during an abortive 2002 military coup against Hugo Chávez. He occupied the office of President from April 12 to April 13.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Carmona)

  • Pedro Malan

    Pedro Sampaio Malan (b. Petropolis, 1943) is a Brazilian economist and former Minister of Finance for Brazil.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Malan)

  • Pedro Aspe

    Pedro Aspe is an Economist... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Aspe)

  • José Pedro de Morais

    José Pedro de Morais (born 20 December 1955) is an Angolan politician, currently serving as Minister of Finance. He has held that position since December 2002.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on José Pedro de Morais)

Saints

There are four Saints called Pedro.

  • Pedro de Arbués

    Pedro de Arbués is a Saint... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Arbués)

  • Pedro de Ribadeneira

    Pedro de Ribadeneira (1 November 1527–10 September or 22 September 1611) was a Spanish hagiologist.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Ribadeneira)

  • Pedro de Gante

    Pedro de Gante is a Saint... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Gante)

  • Pedro Poveda Castroverde

    Pedro Poveda was born in Linares, Spain on December 3, 1874. After he was ordained priest in Guadix in 1897, he exercised his first apostolic ministry among the poor cave dwellers.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Poveda Castroverde)

Architects

There are four Architects called Pedro.

  • Pedro Castellanos

    Father Pedro Castellanos (1902-1961) was a priest and architect who gained renown in the state of Jalisco during a time of early Modernism marked by sacred purity. He is best known for designing the homes of the Rébora and Aranguren families in Guadalajara.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Castellanos)

  • Pedro Ramírez Vázquez

    Pedro Ramírez Vázquez is an Architect... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Ramírez Vázquez)

  • Pedro Benoit

    Pedro Benoit (February 18, 1836 – April 4, 1897) was an Argentine architect, engineer and urbanist best known for designing the layout of the city of La Plata.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Benoit)

  • Pedro de Ribera

    Pedro de Ribera (Madrid 4 August 1681 - Madrid, 1742) was a Spanish architect of the Baroque period.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Ribera)

Tennis Players

There are three Tennis Players called Pedro.

  • Pedro Rosselló

    Pedro Rosselló is a Tennis Player... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Rosselló)

  • Pedro Rebolledo

    Pedro Rebolledo (born December 17, 1960, in Santiago, Chile), is a former professional tennis player from Chile. He achieved a career-high singles ranking of World No.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Rebolledo)

  • Pedro Sousa

    Pedro Sousa is a Tennis Player... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Sousa)

Swimmers

There are three Swimmers called Pedro.

  • Pedro Lima

    This is an article about a swimmer. For the boxer, see Pedro Lima (boxer)... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Lima)

  • Pedro Carrío

    Pedro Carrió García (born April 21, 1970 in Havana) is a former international swimmer from Cuba, who participated in various international competitions for his native country, starting in 1982.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Carrío)

  • Pedro Oliveira (swimmer)

    Pedro Oliveira (swimmer) is a Swimmer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Oliveira (swimmer))

Prime Ministers

There are three Prime Ministers called Pedro.

  • Pedro Pires

    Pedro Pires is a Prime Minister... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Pires)

  • Pedro Santana Lopes

    Pedro Miguel de Santana Lopes (; born 29 June 1956 in Lisbon, Campo Grande), a Portuguese lawyer and politician, was Prime Minister of Portugal from 2004 to 2005. He is a former and current Member of the Portuguese Parliament.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Santana Lopes)

  • Pedro A. Paterno

    Pedro A. Paterno is a Prime Minister... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro A. Paterno)

Physicians

There are three Physicians called Pedro.

  • Pedro Luiz Napoleão Chernoviz

    Pedro Luiz Napoleão Chernoviz (Piotr Czerniewicz, September 11, 1812 – August 31, 1882), was a physician, scientific writer and publisher. He was born in Lukov (Poland) and immigrated to Brazil in the mid 19th century on a mission from King Louis-Philippe I of France before Dom Pedro II Emperor of Brazil.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Luiz Napoleão Chernoviz)

  • Pedro Abad Santos

    Pedro Abad Santos (31 January 1876 – 15 January 1945) was a Filipino doctor, lawyer, Marxist and politician who later became a leader of the first of two Philippine communist rebellions from the 1930s to the 1950s.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Abad Santos)

  • Pedro Gil

    Pedro Gil (November 13, 1889, Capiz – January 5, 1965) was a physician, crusading journalist and legislator in the Philippines. Pedro Gil lived life of service in different distinguished roles - as a labor leader, as a doctor of medicine, as a crusading newspaperman, as a social worker, and as a conscientious legislator.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Gil)

Judges

There are three Judges called Pedro.

  • Pedro Vélez

    Pedro Vélez is a Judge... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Vélez)

  • Pedro Medina Avendaño

    Pedro Medina Avendaño is a Judge... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Medina Avendaño)

  • Pedro Yap

    Pedro Yap is a Judge... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Yap)

Criminals

There are three Criminals called Pedro.

  • Pedro López (serial killer)

    Pedro López (serial killer) is a Criminal... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro López (serial killer))

  • Pedro Gilbert

    Pedro Gilbert or Don Pedro Gibert (c. 1800 – June 11, 1835) was an early 19th century pirate, who was one of the few remaining pirates continuing to raid shipping on the Atlantic coast.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Gilbert)

  • Pedro Rodrigues Filho

    Pedro Rodrigues Filho (born 1954) is a Brazilian serial killer. Nicknamed Pedrinho Matador (Little Peter the Killer), in 2003 he was convicted of murdering 70 people and sentenced to 128 years in prison.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Rodrigues Filho)

Basketball Players

There are three Basketball Players called Pedro.

  • Pedro Ferrándiz

    Pedro Ferrándiz González (born November 20, 1928 in Alicante, Spain) is a Spanish basketball coach. He is most famous for coaching Real Madrid basketball club in the 1960s and 1970s.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Ferrándiz)

  • Pedro Miguel Neves

    Pedro Miguel Rodrigues Neves (born 1968), known as Pedro Miguel, is a former Portuguese basketball player. He played as a guard.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Miguel Neves)

  • Pedro Martínez (basketball)

    Pedro Martínez Sánchez (born 29 June 1961 in Barcelona) is a Spanish professional basketball coach, currently coaching CB Gran Canaria. Previously, Martínez coached Cajasol Sevilla, Girona, Manresa, Gran Canaria and Joventut.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Martínez (basketball))

Dancers

There are three Dancers called Pedro.

  • Pedro Gomez (dance instructor)

    Gomez (born c. 1963) is a Salsa dance instructor from Cuba.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Gomez (dance instructor))

  • Pedro Romeiras

    Pedro Romeiras (born July 3, 1961 in Lisbon) started his career as a soloist with the National Ballet of Portugal after finishing ballet studies at the Royal Ballet School. He is a gold medal winner of the II Prix Français de la Danse 1982 and won a National Globe Award as best dancer of 1982.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Romeiras)

  • Pedro Aguilar

    Pedro "Cuban Pete" Aguilar (June 14, 1927 – January 13, 2009"Mambo star 'Cuban Pete' dead") was a Puerto Rican dancer, referred to as "the greatest Mambo dancer ever" by Life magazine and Tito Puente. His nickname, "Cuban Pete," was conferred upon him in 1949 in the famous Palladium dance hall in New York City, in reference to the classic mambo song "Cuban Pete" by Desi Arnaz, and it was endorsed by Arnaz himself.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Aguilar)

Cyclists

There are three Cyclists called Pedro.

  • Pedro Julio Sánchez

    Pedro Julio Sánchez is a retired Colombian road racing cyclist who won the 1968 Vuelta a Colombia. His nickname was El león del Tolima.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Julio Sánchez)

  • Pedro González (cyclist)

    Pedro Cristian González (born 1983-06-01) is an Argentine professional racing cyclist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro González (cyclist))

  • Pedro Rodríguez (cyclist)

    Pedro Álvaro Rodríguez Rosero (born October 18, 1966) is a retired male road cyclist from Ecuador, who was a professional from 1992 to 1995. Nicknamed "El Aguila de Tulcán" he competed for his native South American country at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia in the men's road race, alongside Héctor Chiles and Paulo Caicedo.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Rodríguez (cyclist))

Mathematicians

There are two Mathematicians called Pedro.

  • Pedro Nunes

    Pedro Nunes (; Latin, Petrus Nonius), (1502, Alcácer do Sal – August 11, 1578, Coimbra) was a Portuguese mathematician, cosmographer, and professor, born from a New Christian (of Jewish origin) family.Martins, Jorge, Portugal e os Judeus (3 vol.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Nunes)

  • Pedro E. Zadunaisky

    Pedro Elias Zadunaisky (10 December 1917 - 7 October 2009) was an Argentine astronomer and mathematician who plotted the orbit of Saturn's most-distant moon, Phoebe, as well as several comets including Halley's Comet, and various satellites including Explorer I.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro E. Zadunaisky)

Cricket Players

There are two Cricket Players called Pedro.

  • Pedro Collins

    Pedro Tyrone Collins (born August 12, 1976 in Boscobelle, St Peter, Barbados) is a West Indian cricketer. He is the half brother of Fidel Edwards.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Collins)

  • Pedro Luis Bruno

    Pedro Luis Bruno (born 25 May 1988) is an Argentine cricketer. He made his debut in List A cricket against Namibia as the first of three matches in the 2007 ICC World Cricket League Division Two, but he had no success in any of these games.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Luis Bruno)

Comedians

There are two Comedians called Pedro.

  • Pedro Telemaco

    Pedro Telemaco is a Comedian... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Telemaco)

  • José Pedro Gomes

    José Pedro Gomes (born December 28, 1951, in Lisbon) is a Portuguese actor, author and theatre director.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on José Pedro Gomes)

Sculptors

There are two Sculptors called Pedro.

  • Pedro de Mena

    Pedro de Mena is a Sculptor... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro de Mena)

  • Pedro Coronel

    Pedro Coronel Arroyo (25 March 1923, Zacatecas – 23 May 1985) was a Mexican abstract painter, sculptor, draughtsman, and engraver.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Coronel)

Racing Car Drivers

There are two Racing Car Drivers called Pedro.

  • Pedro Lamy

    José Pedro Mourão Lamy Viçoso, OIH, better known as Pedro Lamy (; born March 20, 1972 in Aldeia Galega, Alenquer, Portugal), is a professional racing driver from Portugal, notable for being the first Portuguese driver to score a point in a World Championship event, in the 1995 Australian Grand Prix, for Minardi.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Lamy)

  • Luís Pedro Magalhães

    Luís Pedro Magalhães (born February 4, 1972 in Mozambique) is a Portuguese auto racing driver.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Luís Pedro Magalhães)

Popes

There are two Popes called Pedro.

  • Pedro Rubiano Sáenz

    Pedro Rubiano Sáenz (born September 13, 1932) is a Cardinal and Roman Catholic Archbishop of Bogotá in the Roman Catholic Church.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Rubiano Sáenz)

  • Pedro Luis de Borja

    Pedro Luis de Borja (1432 — September 26, 1458) was younger brother of Rodrigo Borgia and nephew of Cardinal Alonso de Borja, who in 1455 became Pope Callixtus III. He was called Don Pedro Luis.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Luis de Borja)

Hockey Players

There are two Hockey Players called Pedro.

  • Pedro Amat

    Pedro Amat (born July 13, 1940) is a former Spanish field hockey player, who captured the bronze medal with the Men's National Team at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, Italy.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Amat)

  • Pedro Gasset

    Pedro Gasset Parrilla (born July 22, 1924) was a Spanish field hockey player who competed in the 1948 Summer Olympics. He was born in Terrassa.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Gasset)

Golfers

There are two Golfers called Pedro.

  • Pedro Linhart

    Pedro Linhart is a Golfer... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Linhart)

  • Pedro Martínez (golfer)

    Pedro Martínez (golfer) is a Golfer... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Martínez (golfer))

DJs

There is one DJ called Pedro.

  • Pedro Winter

    Pedro Winter is a French electrohouse DJ, producer, manager and owner of the Ed Banger Records label. Pedro Winter manages CassiusJames, Martin.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Winter)

World Record Holders

There is one World Record Holder called Pedro.

  • Pedro Pérez

    Pedro Pérez Dueñas (born February 23, 1952) is a retired triple jumper from Cuba. He set the world record in the men's triple jump event on August 5, 1971, jumping 17.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Pérez)

Trade Unionists

There is one Trade Unionist called Pedro.

  • Pedro Zamora Álvarez

    Pedro Zamora Álvarez (1964? – 15 January 2007) was a Guatemalan trade unionist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Zamora Álvarez)

Chemists

There is one Chemist called Pedro.

  • Pedro Cuatrecasas

    Pedro Cuatrecasas (1936) is an American biochemist and an Adjunct Professor of Pharmacology & Medicine at the University of California, San Diego.Pedro Cuatrecasas at the University of California, San Diego... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Cuatrecasas)

Astronomers

There is one Astronomer called Pedro.

  • Pedro E. Zadunaisky

    Pedro Elias Zadunaisky (10 December 1917 - 7 October 2009) was an Argentine astronomer and mathematician who plotted the orbit of Saturn's most-distant moon, Phoebe, as well as several comets including Halley's Comet, and various satellites including Explorer I.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Pedro E. Zadunaisky)

Chess Players

There is one Chess Player called Pedro.

  • Pedro Damiano

    Pedro Damiano is a Chess Player... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Damiano)

Pirates

There is one Pirate called Pedro.

  • Pedro Gilbert

    Pedro Gilbert or Don Pedro Gibert (c. 1800 – June 11, 1835) was an early 19th century pirate, who was one of the few remaining pirates continuing to raid shipping on the Atlantic coast.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Gilbert)

Physicists

There is one Physicist called Pedro.

  • Pedro E. Zadunaisky

    Pedro Elias Zadunaisky (10 December 1917 - 7 October 2009) was an Argentine astronomer and mathematician who plotted the orbit of Saturn's most-distant moon, Phoebe, as well as several comets including Halley's Comet, and various satellites including Explorer I.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro E. Zadunaisky)

Inventors

There is one Inventor called Pedro.

  • Pedro Nunes

    Pedro Nunes (; Latin, Petrus Nonius), (1502, Alcácer do Sal – August 11, 1578, Coimbra) was a Portuguese mathematician, cosmographer, and professor, born from a New Christian (of Jewish origin) family.Martins, Jorge, Portugal e os Judeus (3 vol.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Nunes)

Photographers

There is one Photographer called Pedro.

  • Pedro Lobo

    Pedro Lobo (Rio de Janeiro, 1954) is a Brazilian photographer currently living in Portugal.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Pedro Lobo)

Conductors

There is one Conductor called Pedro.

  • Pedro Halffter

    Pedro Halffter (born Madrid, 1971) is a Spanish conductor. He is artistic director of the Royal Seville Symphony Orchestra, music director of the Teatro de la Maestranza (Seville) and Music Director of the Orquesta Filarmónica de Gran Canaria in Las Palmas.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Pedro Halffter)

Librarians

There is one Librarian called Pedro.

  • Pedro Bonifacio Palacios

    Pedro Bonifacio Palacios (May 13, 1854February 28, 1917), better known by his sobriquet, Almafuerte, was an Argentine poet.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Bonifacio Palacios)

Kings

There is one King called Pedro.

  • Pedro Henriquez de Acevedo, Count of Fuentes

    Don Pedro Henriquez d'Azevedo y Toledo, Count of Fuentes (September 18, 1560, Valladolid – July 22, 1610, Milan) was a Spanish general and statesman.... ( from the wikipedia article on Pedro Henriquez de Acevedo, Count of Fuentes)

Pedro

Gender: usually male

Meaning: A rock

Origin: Spanish

Lucky Number: Eight

Popularity: Position 188 in 1992, currently decreasing

Famous people

Seventy-five Writers

Forty-nine Soccer Players

Twenty-six Presidents

Twenty-two Painters

Twenty-one Explorers

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Eighteen Diplomats

Seventeen Actors

Sixteen Generals

Thirteen Journalists

Eleven Bishops

Ten Playwrights

Nine Classical Composers

Nine Baseball Players

Nine Film Directors

Six Philosophers

Five Ambassadors

Five Olympic Medalists

Five Boxers

Four Economists

Four Saints

Four Architects

Three Tennis Players

Three Swimmers

Three Prime Ministers

Three Physicians

Three Judges

Three Criminals

Three Basketball Players

Three Dancers

Three Cyclists

Two Mathematicians

Two Cricket Players

Two Comedians

Two Sculptors

Two Racing Car Drivers

Two Popes

Two Hockey Players

Two Golfers

One DJ

One World Record Holder

One Trade Unionist

One Chemist

One Astronomer

One Chess Player

One Pirate

One Physicist

One Inventor

One Photographer

One Conductor

One Librarian

One King