Jacinto

Jacinto is a Spanish and Portuguese name meaning Hyacinth, which can refer to Saint Hyacinth, a Roman martyr (Hyacinth and Protus), or the Hyacinth flower itself.

A common English nickname for "Jacinto" is "Jack", however, it is only a translation of this name. Jacinto has merely few equivalents in other languages which are the Polish "Jacek" and "Jacenty", the Italian "Giacinto" and the Hungarian "Jácint".

Other articles related to "jacinto":

BRP Emilio Jacinto (PS-35)
... The BRP Emilio Jacinto (PS-35) is the lead ship of the three Jacinto class of corvettes, and are considered as one of the most modern ships in the Philippine Navy ...
San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site
... The San Jacinto Battleground State Historic Site includes the location of the Battle of San Jacinto, and the USS Texas ... A prominent feature of the park is the San Jacinto Monument ...
São Jacinto Airport
... São Jacinto Airport, officially designated Aveiro Municipal Aerodrome (Portuguese Aeródromo Municipal de Aveiro), is an aerodrome near the city of Aveiro in Portugal ... between the Atlantic ocean and the Vouga River estuary, in the parish of São Jacinto, near to the harbour of Aveiro, as well as the Costa de Prata (Silver Coast) beaches ...
Jacinto, Minas Gerais
... Jacinto is a Brazilian municipality located in the northeast of the state of Minas Gerais ... Jacinto is located on the right bank of the Jequitinhonha River ...
Texan Schooner San Jacinto - History of The San Jacinto - Blockade Duty and Wreck
... On 26 June 1840, the San Jacinto sailed from Galveston with instructions to blockade the Mexican port of Veracruz and seize enemy ships ... On 20 August, the San Jacinto rejoined Commodore Edwin W ... In search of drinking water, the San Jacinto called at Cayos Arcas ...