Romero is a Spanish surname meaning:

  1. A person on a religious journey or pilgrimage
  2. One who partakes in a religious procession of holy items
  3. The pungent botanical herb of rosemary symbolising remembrance and fidelity
  4. A guardian of religious cemeteries or shrines

Other variations of the surname

  • Roemer, a Middle High German and Swiss surname meaning a pilgrim to the Holy Land
  • Romer, an English and Dutch surname meaning a religious pilgrim or religious warrior to the Holy Land
  • Romeo, an Italian surname meaning a pilgrim to Rome
  • Romeu, a Portuguese and Catalan surname meaning someone on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land
  • Romeos, a Modern Greek surname meaning pilgrim to Jerusalem
  • Romemu, an Hebraic word meaning one who exalts or glorifies a deity

Other articles related to "romero":

Salta Open - Winners
... Year Winner Score Runner Up 2008 Julio Zapata 208 (-5) Andrés Romero 2007 Andrés Romero 270 (-14) Miguel Guzmán 2006 Agustin Jauretche 272 (-12) Carlos Cardeza 2005 Miguel Rodríguez 273 (-11) Juan ...
Santa Ana Unified School District Elementary Schools - Romero-Cruz Elementary School
... Romero-Cruz Elementary School is named after Santa Ana teacher Lydia Romero-Cruz ... Romero-Cruz Elementary School Webpage ...
Notable Romeros - Sports
... Romero (bullfighter family), a dynasty of 18th and 19th century bullfighters from Ronda, Andalusia, Spain, its most famous members being Francisco Romero (matador ...
Andrés Fabricio Romero - Career - Club
... Romero made his first team debut in a 2-0 away defeat to Newell's Old Boys on 11 April 2008 ... Romero has been sidelined at Argentinos since the appointment of Claudio Borghi as manager in June 2009 ... Romero was part of the Argentinos Juniors squad that won the Clausura 2010 championship, although he only played in 2 of the clubs 19 games during their championship ...
Liborio Romero
... Liborio Romero (born July 23, 1979 in Tenancingo, Tlaxcala) is a boxer from Mexico, who represented his native country in the Men's Light Flyweight (– 48 kg) category at the 2000 Summer ... Romero, nicknamed Cañas, won the silver medal a year earlier in the same weight division at the Pan American Games ...

Famous quotes containing the word romero:

    Nosferatu! Vampire! First I will save your soul, then I will destroy you.
    —George Romero (b. 1940)