Libero

Libero is an Italian word meaning "free". It can refer to:

People:

  • Libero Ajello (1916-2004), mycologist (see List of mycologists)
  • Libero Andreotti (1875–1933), Italian sculptor, illustrator and ceramics artist
  • Líbero Badaró (1798-1830), Italian Brazilian physician, botanist, journalist and politician who was assassinated
  • Libero Grassi (1924-1991), Italian clothing manufacturer murdered by the Mafia
  • Libero De Luca (1913–1997), Italian lyric tenor
  • Líbero Parri (born 1982), Spanish footballer
  • Libero Tresoldi (1921-2009), Italian Bishop of Crema
  • Libero, codename of World War II partisan leader Riccardo Fedel (1906-1944)

Vehicles:

  • Hyundai Libero, a series of light trucks
  • Mitsubishi Libero, the Japanese market name of the Mitsubishi Lancer station wagon
  • Subaru Sumo, a microvan known as the Libero in some markets
  • Yamaha Libero (G5), a motorcycle from India Yamaha Motor

Other uses:

  • Libero (ISP), an Italian Internet service provider
  • Libero, an alternate name for the Italian film Along the Ridge (aka Anche libero va bene)
  • Libero (newspaper), an Italian daily newspaper
  • Libero (football), a more versatile type of centre back in football (soccer)
  • Libero (volleyball), a player specialized in defensive skills in volleyball
  • A brand of diapers marketed by Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget

Other articles related to "libero":

Evelyn Carrera - Awards - Individuals
2000-2001 Italian League All-Star 2002 Pan-American Cup "Best Libero" 2003 Pan-American Cup "Best Libero" 2003 Pan-American Games "Best Libero" 2004 Pan-American Cup "Best Digger ...
Carmen Rosa Caso - Awards - Individuals
2006 Central American and Caribbean Games "Best Libero" 2006 TV Azteca’s Women Stars Volleyball Cup "Best Receiver" 2006 TV Azteca’s Women Stars Volleyball Cup "Best Defender" 2007 Pan-America ...
Libero (newspaper)
... Libero (known also as Libero Quotidiano) is an Italian Right-wing newspaper, published in Milan, Italy, founded by the journalist Vittorio Feltri and edited by Maurizio Belpietro ... some members of the Red Brigade were arrested on a charge of wanting to fire-bomb the Libero editorial offices in Milan ...
Paola Cardullo - Career
... where Italy ended up in fifth place and she was named Best Libero at the end of the Olympic tournament ... with Asystel Novara and also was individually awarded "Best Libero" ... Cannes, capturing the silver medal and the Best Libero award ...