Cuban may refer to:
- Something of, from, or related to Cuba, a country in the Caribbean
- Cubans, people from Cuba, or of Cuban descent
- Cuban exile, a person who left Cuba for political reasons, or a descendant thereof
- German Cuban
- White Cuban
- Chinese Cuban
- Jewish Cuban
- Cuban American
- Cuban citizen, a person who is part of the Cuban population, see Demographics of Cuba
- Cuban Spanish, the dialect of Cuba
- Cuban cigar, often referred to as "Cubans"
- Cuban culture
- Cuban literature
- Cuban music
- Cuban cuisine
- Cuban sandwich
- Something related to a cube, a three-dimensional solid object
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Other articles related to "cuban":
... Jorge Valls (born Jorge Valls Arango in 1933) is a well-known Cuban activist and poet ... He spent more than 20 years behind bars in many Cuban prisons and was released in 1984 ... he moved to Miami, Florida where in 1986, he wrote a book Twenty Years and Forty Days Life in a Cuban Prison, in which he speaks about his experiences behind bars ...
... Mark Cuban (born 1958), American entrepreneur. ...
... Birds of the cactus scrub include the Zapata Sparrow (Torreornis inexpectata sigmani), Cuban Vireo (Vireo gundlachii), Cuban Gnatcatcher (Polioptila lembeyei), and Oriente Warbler (Teretistris fornsi) ... endemic to this ecoregion, while several Anolis species and the Cuban Rock Iguana (Cyclura nubila nubila) are endemic lizards ...
... José Martí, founder of the PRC and leading Cuban intellectual Martín Morúa Delgado, Afro-Cuban and President of the Cuban Senate Juan Gualberto Gómez, Afro-Cuban ...
... political activities, he directed a fraud on the Cuban government of $8.75 million dollars by selling agents of Cuban president Fidel Castro nonexistent coffee ... result of the convictions, and he claims to have been sued by the Cuban government as well ...
Famous quotes containing the word cuban:
“Because a person is born the subject of a given state, you deny the sovereignty of the people? How about the child of Cuban slaves who is born a slave, is that an argument for slavery? The one is a fact as well as the other. Why then, if you use legal arguments in the one case, you dont in the other?”
—Franz Grillparzer (17911872)