Cabrera means goatherd in Spanish and Catalan. It may refer to:


  • Cabrera, Balearic Islands
  • Cabrera, María Trinidad Sánchez, Dominican Republic
  • Cabrera, Cundinamarca, Colombia
  • Cabrera, Santander, Colombia


  • Al Cabrera (1881–1964), Spanish baseball player
  • Alex Cabrera (born 1971), Venezuelan baseball player
  • Ángel Cabrera (naturalist) (1879–1960), Spanish zoologist
  • Ángel Lulio Cabrera (1908–1999), Spanish-Argentine botanist
  • Ángel Cabrera (born 1969), Argentinian professional golfer
  • Asdrúbal Cabrera (born 1985), Venezuelan baseball player
  • Benedicto Cabrera aka Ben Cabrera or BenCab (born April 10, 1952), a Filipino painter
  • Bernardo de Cabrera (1289–1364), Aragonese military man and diplomat
  • Blas Cabrera (born 1946), American physicist
  • Blas Cabrera Felipe (1878–1945), Spanish physicist
  • Candice "Black" Cabrera, reality show contestant and model
  • Carlos Cabrera (born 1973), Colombian road cyclist
  • César Benito Cabrera, US ambassador to Mauritius and Seychelles
  • Conrado Cabrera (born 1967), Cuban track cyclist
  • Daniel Cabrera (born 1981), Dominican baseball pitcher
  • Delfo Cabrera (1919–1981), Argentinian athlete, 1948 Olympic medalist
  • Everth Cabrera (born 1986), Nicaraguan baseball player
  • Fernando Cabrera (baseball) (born 1981), Puerto Rican baseball pitcher
  • Francisco Cabrera (baseball), Dominican Major League Baseball player
  • Guillermo Cabrera Infante, Cuban author
  • Jolbert Cabrera (born 1972), Colombian baseball player
  • José Cabrera (baseball), Dominican baseball player
  • José Antonio Cabrera, Argentine statesman
  • José Ramón Balaguer Cabrera, Cuban politician
  • Francisco Cabrera (cyclist), Chilean track and road cyclist
  • Lydia Cabrera (1899–1991), Cuban anthropologist and poet
  • Luis Cabrera Lobato (1876–1954), Mexican lawyer, politician and writer
  • María Luisa Cabrera (1904–1989), Mexican artist
  • Manuel Estrada Cabrera (1857–1923), President of Guatemala from 1898 to 1920
  • Melky Cabrera (born 1984), Dominican baseball player
  • Miguel Cabrera (painter) (1695–1768), Mexican painter
  • Miguel Cabrera (born 1983), Venezuelan baseball player
  • Nicolás Cabrera (1913–1989), Spanish physicist
  • Orlando Cabrera (born 1974), Colombian baseball player
  • Pedro Cabrera (1938–2002), Cuban actor
  • Pedro García Cabrera (1905–1981), Spanish writer
  • Ramón Cabrera y Griñó (1806–1877), Spanish Carlist military officer
  • Ryan Cabrera (born 1982), American pop-rock musician
  • Salvador Cabrera, Filipino painter, elder brother of Ben Cabrera
  • Santiago Cabrera, Chilean actor


  • House of Cabrera, Counts of Urgell between 1236 and 1314
  • José Cabrera Nuclear Power Station, a nuclear power station in Almonacid de Zorita, near Madrid, Spain

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Mario Cabrera - Football Career
... Cabrera started his career in Argentina with Club Atlético Huracán in 1975, scoring 19 goals in two years ... In 1980–81, Cabrera joined Atlético Madrid, but struggled for most of his stay there, overshadowed by Mexican Hugo Sánchez eventually, the pair complemented itself, combining for 33 La Liga goals in 1984–85 ... Towards the end of his career, Cabrera played for Cádiz CF and had a second spell with Castellón (helping it promote to the top level in his first ...
Luis Jerónimo De Cabrera, 4th Count Of Chinchón - Birth
... Fernández de Cabrera Bobadilla was born in Madrid in 1589 (or perhaps 1590), into a family close to the Spanish throne ... His parents were Diego Fernández de Cabrera, third Count of Chinchón and Inés Pacheco, the daughter of the marquis of Villena and 3rd Duke of Escalona, Diego López ...
Cabrera, Cundinamarca - People
... Víctor Julio Suárez Rojas was born in Cabrera. ...
Say (Ryan Cabrera Song)
... "Say" is a selfwritten song by American pop singer Ryan Cabrera, produced by Daniel James, Leah Haywood for Cabrera's third studio album The Moon Under Water (2008) ...
Conrado Cabrera
... Conrado Adalberto Cabrera Marrero (born April 24, 1967) is a retired male track cyclist from Cuba ... Cabrera represented his native country at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain ...