Veiga

Veiga (meaning meadow in Portuguese) may be used as a place name or surname. It may refer to:

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Veiga - People
... Alonso Pita da Veiga, the most remarkable young officer of the Spanish Tercios fighting in the Battle of Pavia Carlos Veiga (born 1949), the second and the first democratically-elected Prime Minister of Cape Verde ...
José Veiga - Club Career - Portugal / Spain
... Born in Lisbon, Veiga was brought up in local and national giants S.L ... With the Valencian team, Veiga rarely missed a game, being essential in the club's promotion in his first year, as champions, and helping it maintain its division two status in the following three years ... Veiga wrapped up his career in Portugal playing three years for C.F ...
Henrique Da Veiga De Nápoles
... Henrique Esteves da Veiga de Nápoles, 2nd Lord of the Honour of Molelos (1449–1520) was a Portuguese nobleman and wealthy land owner, the eldest son of Henrique Esteves da Veiga de Nápoles, and ...
A Veiga
... The capital is the town of A Veiga, also known as A Veiga (Santa María) or Santa María da Veiga to distinguish it from other towns and villages in Galicia of the same name (as the parish Church is ...
Henrique Esteves Da Veiga De Nápoles - Marriage and Children
... Henrique Esteves da Veiga de Nápoles married Filipa Gomes de Gouveia, daughter of Fernão Nunes Cardoso, Lord of Gafanhão, and Leonor de Azevedo ... They had Fernão Nunes Esteves da Veiga, 1st Lord of the Honour of Nandufe, married to Brígida de Horta, born in Triana, Alenquer had issue Henrique da Veiga de N ...