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    ماچادو


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    (Wikipedia) - Machado

    Machado is a surname commonly found in Spain, Latin America, Portugal, and Brazil, derived from Latin (Marculatum) Machado meaning axe. In Aramaic Makkaba and Modern Hebrew Makebet - also spelled Machabees - it is the surname of Judas Machabee, that was later extended to all the descendants of Matityahu ben Yoḥanan HaKohen, head of the Hasmonean family, who had 5 sons. Jewish Encyclopedia reveals faithfully 5 hammers hatchets for this Coat of Arm family’s surname. The surname may be associated with Jewish background as listed in Archivio di Stato di Genova, Comunità Israelitica di Genova. (State Arquives of Genova – Israelite Community of Genova). Jews are attested in Genova since Roman times. Two letters written in the years 507 and 511 by Theodoric, the Ostrogothian king, speak about "jura veterum" (old rights) of the Jews and the right to "rebuild" the roof of the synagogue given to the Jews of Genova. This surname is one of the most frequent found in documents from Genova’s Synagogue (Italy).

    The word machado means axe in the Portuguese language.

    Notable people with the surname include:

    • Alicia Machado, Venezuelan Miss Universe
    • Anderson Machado, United States baseball player
    • Antonio Machado, Spanish poet
    • Bernardino Machado, Portuguese statesman
    • Celso Machado, Brazilian musician and composer
    • Cristian Machado, Brazilian heavy metal singer
    • Djair Baptista Machado, Brazilian footballer
    • Félix Machado, Venezuelan boxer
    • Gerardo Machado, Cuban statesman and independence hero
    • Gustavo Machado, Venezuelan politician
    • Honorio Machado, Venezuelan racing cyclistn
    • Israel Machado, Brazilian basketball player
    • Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis, Brazilian writer
    • Julio Machado, Venezuelan baseball player
    • Justina Machado, United States actress
    • Leandro Machado, Brazilian footballer
    • Leandro Ruiz Machado, Brazilian water polo player
    • Luis Alberto Machado, Venezuelan Minister of Intelligence
    • Manny Machado, United States baseball player
    • Manuel Machado, Spanish writer
    • Marcelo Machado, Brazilian basketball player
    • María Corina Machado, Venezuelan politician
    • Octávio Machado, Portuguese footballer and coach
    • Priscila Machado, Miss Brazil 2011
    • Rob Machado, United States surfer
    • Robert Machado, Venezuelan baseball player
    • Rod Machado, United States pilot
    • Teresa Machado, Portuguese Olympic athlete
    • The Machado brothers, Brazilian jiu-jitsu teachers and competitors
      • Rigan Machado
      • Carlos Machado
      • Jean Jacques Machado
      • John Machado
    • Joaquim Germano Pinto Machado Correia da Silva, Portuguese Governor of Macau
    • Sundeep Machado, Application Developer and Automation Tester
    • Anil Machado, Indian Martial Art''s and Yoga teacher

    Tags:Aramaic, Brazil, Community, Governor, Hebrew, Israel, Italy, Jewish, Latin America, Olympic, Portugal, Portuguese, Roman, Spain, United States, Wikipedia


    See Also:José Ramón Machado Ventura



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