Vico or de Vico may refer to:

  • Francesco de Vico, Italian astronomer
  • Francesco Vico, Baroque painter from Milan
  • Giambattista Vico, Italian philosopher, historian, and jurist
  • Prefetti di Vico, Italian noble family
  • Vico, Corse-du-Sud, a French commune
  • Vico C, a Puerto Rican rapper
  • Lake Vico, a lake in northern Lazio, Italy
  • Vico Pancellorum a village close to Bagni di Lucca
  • 20103 de Vico, a main-belt asteroid
  • Comet de Vico, several comets discovered by Francesco de Vico
  • De Vico (crater), a lunar crater named after Francesco de Vico
  • Christopher Paul Neil, known by Interpol as Vico, convicted child molester
  • Vi-Co, the brand name of a chocolate malt drink

Other articles related to "vico":

Comet De Vico
... de Vico is the name of several comets discovered by Father Francesco de Vico, a Jesuit priest ...
Eccellenza 2005–06 Season - Regional Playoffs - Campania B
... Playoff semifinals Team 1 Score Team 2 Gragnano 3–0 Agropoli Vico Equense 3–1 Gebilson Cilento Playoff final Team 1 Score Team 2 Gragnano 3–0 Vico Equense Teams ...
Prefetti Di Vico
... The Prefetti di Vico were an Italian noble family, of German origin, who established in Rome from the 10th century ... The rest of the name derived from the Lake Vico, in northern Lazio, where most of their lands were located ...
Lake Vico
... Lake Vico (Italian Lago di Vico) is a caldera lake in the northern Lazio region, central Italy ... It is part of the Lake Vico Natural Reserve ... Lake Vico occupies the central caldera of Vico Volcano ...
List Of Rebelde Way Characters - Girls - Victoria Paz
... Portrayed by Victoria Maurette Victoria "Vico" Paz received a scholarship for Elite Way School ... Vico is a friend with Mía and Feli, even they have fights ... Mía likes to say that Vico is her "most successful project" ...

Famous quotes containing the word vico:

    Metaphysics abstracts the mind from the senses, and the poetic faculty must submerge the whole mind in the senses. Metaphysics soars up to universals, and the poetic faculty must plunge deep into particulars.
    —Giambattista Vico (1688–1744)

    Uniform ideas originating among entire peoples unknown to each other must have a common ground of truth.
    —Giambattista Vico (1688–1744)

    Men first feel necessity, then look for utility, next attend to comfort, still later amuse themselves with pleasure, thence grow dissolute in luxury, and finally go mad and waste their substance.
    —Giambattista Vico (1688–1744)