Bernardino

Bernardino is a name of Italian, Hispanic, or Portuguese origin, which can be a given name or a surname. The name may refer to:

Given name
  • Bernardino Baldi (1533–1617), Italian mathematician and writer
  • Bernardino Bertolotti (1547–after 1609), Italian composer and instrumentalist
  • Bernardino Bilbao Rioja (1895–1983), Bolivian air force officer
  • Bernardino Blaceo (fl. c. 1550), Italian painter of the Renaissance period
  • Bernardino Borlasca, Italian composer of the Renaissance era
  • Bernardino Butinone (a.k.a. Bernardo da Treviglio) (c. 1436–c. 1508), Italian painter of the Renaissance
  • Bernardino Caballero (1839–1912), President of Paraguay 1881–1886
  • Bernardino Cametti (1669–1736), Italian sculptor of the late Baroque period
  • Bernardino Campi (1522–1591), Italian Renaissance painter from Reggio Emilia
  • Bernardino Campilius (fl. 1502), Italian painter
  • Bernardino Capitelli (1589–1639), Italian painter and etcher of the Baroque period
  • Bernardino Carboni (died after 1779), Italian decorator and wood sculptor of the Baroque period
  • Bernardino Cesari (1556–1621), Italian painter of the late-Mannerist and early Baroque period
  • Bernardino Ciceri (1650–unknown), Italian painter of the Baroque period
  • Bernardino da Polenta (before 1297–1313), lord of Cervia, Emilia-Romagna 1297–1313
  • Bernardino de Anaya (fl. mid-16th century), Spanish man who founded the city of Chachapoyas, Peru
  • Bernardino de Mendoza (Captain General) (1501-1557), Captain General of the Spanish galleys
  • Bernardino de Mendoza (Diplomat) (1540–1604), Spanish military commander, diplomat, and writer
  • Bernardino de Rebolledo (1597–1676), Spanish poet, soldier, and diplomat
  • Bernardino de Sahagún (1499–1590), Spanish Franciscan missionary to the Aztec (Nahua) people of Mexico, compiler of the Florentine Codex
  • Bernardino de Sousa Monteiro (1865–1930), Brazilian politician, governor of Espirito Santo 1916–20
  • Bernardino Drovetti (1776–1852), Italian diplomat, lawyer, explorer, and antiquarian
  • Bernardino Echeverría Ruiz (1912–2000), Ecuadoran Roman Catholic cardinal
  • Bernardino Fabbian (born 1950), Italian football player
  • Bernardino Fernández de Velasco, 14th Duke of Frías (1753–1851), Spanish nobleman, politician, and diplomat
  • Bernardino Fernández de Velasco, 1st Duke of Frías (c. 1450–1512), Spanish nobleman and military figure during the Reconquista
  • Bernardino Fernández de Velasco, 6th Duke of Frías (1610–1652), Spanish nobleman and diplomat
  • Bernardino Fungai (1460–1516), Italian painter
  • Bernardino Gagliardi (1609–1660), Italian painter of the Baroque period
  • Bernardino Gatti (c. 1495–1576), Italian painter of the Renaissance
  • Bernardino Genga (1620–1690), Italian scholar of classical medical texts
  • Bernardino Halbherr (1844–1934), Italian entomologist
  • Bernardino Herrera (born 1977), Spanish field hockey player
  • Bernardino I da Polenta (died 1359), lord of Ravenna and Cervia 1346–1359
  • Bernardino II da Polenta (fl. 1389–1400), lord of Ravenna, Italy 1389–1400
  • Bernardino India (1528–1590), Italian painter of the late Renaissance
  • Bernardino José de Campos Júnior (1841–1915), Brazilian politician, second and sixth governor of the State of São Paulo
  • Bernardino Lanini (1511–1578), Italian painter of the Renaissance period
  • Bernardino Licinio (1489–1565), Italian High Renaissance painter of Venice and Lombardy
  • Bernardino López de Carvajal (1455–1523), Spanish cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Bernardino Ludovisi (1693–1749), Italian sculptor
  • Bernardino Luini (c. 1480–1532), Italian painter from Leonardo’s circle
  • Bernardino Machado (1851–1944), Portuguese politician, President of Portugal 1915–17 and 1925–26
  • Bernardino Maffei (1514–1549), Italian archbishop and cardinal
  • Bernardino Mezzastris (fl. early 16th century), Italian painter of the Umbrian school
  • Bernardino Molinari (1880–1952), Italian orchestra conductor
  • Bernardino Nogara (1870–1958), Italian financial manager, financial advisor to the Vatican 1929–1954
  • Bernardino of Fossa (1420–1503), Italian Franciscan historian and ascetical writer
  • Bernardino of Siena (1380–1444), Italian priest, Franciscan missionary, and Catholic saint
  • Bernardino Parasole (fl. 17th century), Italian painter of the Baroque period
  • Bernardino Pedroto (born 1953), Portuguese football player and manager
  • Bernardino Piñera Carvallo (born 1915), Chilean prelate of the Roman Catholic Church
  • Bernardino Poccetti (1548–1612), Italian Mannerist painter and printmaker
  • Bernardino Radi (c. 16th century), Italian engraver and architect
  • Bernardino Ramazzini (1633–1714), Italian physician
  • Bernardino Realino (1530–1616), Italian Jesuit priest; canonized in 1947
  • Bernardino Rivadavia (1780–1845), first president of Argentina 1826–1827
  • Bernardino Spada (1594–1661), Italian cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church and art patron
  • Bernardino Tamames Alonso (born 1973), Spanish basketball player
  • Bernardino Telesio (1509–1588), Italian philosopher and natural scientist
  • Bernardino Varisco (1850–1933), Italian philosopher and a professor of theoretical philosophy
  • Bernardino Vitulini (fl. 1350), Italian painter
  • Bernardino Zacchetti (fl. c. 1523), Italian painter of the Renaissance period
  • Bernardino Zapponi (1927–2000), Italian novelist and screenwriter; collaborated with Federico Fellini
Middle name
  • Giovanni Bernardino Azzolini (1572–1645), Italian painter and sculptor in the late-Mannerist style
  • Giovanni Bernardino Nanino (1560–1623), Italian composer of the late Renaissance and early Baroque periods
  • Giuseppe Bernardino Bison (1762–1844), Italian painter
Surname
  • Ana Bernardino (contemporary), Brazilian pop singer
  • Girolamo di Bernardino (fl. 1511–1518), Italian painter of the Renaissance period
  • Juan Bernardino (1460–1544), one of two Aztec peasants alleged to have had visions of the Virgin Mary as Our Lady of Guadalupe in 1531
  • Jun Bernardino (1947–2007), commissioner of the Philippine Basketball Association 1993–2002
  • Pietro Bernardino (1475–1502), follower of Savonarola
Places
  • Bernardino Batista, Paraíba, Brazil
  • Bernardino Bilbao Province, Bolivia
  • Bernardino de Campos, São Paulo, Brazil
  • San Bernardino (disambiguation), numerous places named San Bernardino
  • São Bernardino, Santa Catarina, Brazil
Other
  • USS San Bernardino, two ships of the United States Navy

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