Meaning : Moor,

Origin : Italian,

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Maurilio Expression, Maurilio Soul Urge, Maurilio Inner Dream


Numerology information Maurilio:

numerologyName Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma


Songs about Maurilio:

songsCorrido De Maurilio Hernández by Potrero Del Norte from the Album Al Pie De Este Árbol

songsCurioso (feat. Luizinho 7 Cordas, Maurilio de Oliveira) by Panorama do Choro from the Album Panorama do Choro Paulistano Contemporâneo

songsDai Maurilio grillo super by Oskar De Tomas from the Album Il meglio di Oskar de Tomas

songsMaurilio Garcia by Grupo La Cumbre from the Album Palomita

songsMaurilio Perez by Los Magallones Con Tony Magallon from the Album Corridos

songsMaurilio Perez by Tony Magallon Y Los Magallones from the Album Corridos

songsMaurilio Perez by Tony Magallon Y Los Magallones from the Album Corridos


Books about Maurilio:

booksAmado Maurilio Pena, Jr. by Howard L. Anderson and Robert S. Young (Dec 1982)

booksMaurilio Minuzzi: Werkverzeichnis der Druckgraphik 1968-1977 (German Edition) by Maurilio Minuzzi (1978)

booksMaurilio Catalano. Opere dal 1963 al 1994 by CATALANO - Cedrini Rita (a cura di) (1994)

booksMaurilio Colombini by COLOMBINI - Civiello Renato (2004)

booksMaurilio Colombini by COLOMBINI Maurilio (2007)

booksMaurilio Colombini by COLOMBINI - Gaibisso Gerardo (1999)

booksMaurilio Colombini. Le ninfe plebee by COLOMBINI Maurilio (Piombino 1933) (1994)


Wiki information Maurilio:

Maurilio De Zolt
Professional Cross-Country Skier, Measured person, Olympic athlete, Person, Athlete

Maurilio De Zolt is an Italian cross country skier who competed from 1980 to 1997. His best known victory was part of the 4 x 10 km relay team that upset Norway at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, when he was 43 years old. He also won two...

Maurilio Fossati
Chaplain, Person, Deceased Person

Maurilio Fossati, O.SS.G.C.N., was an Italian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church who served as Archbishop of Turin from 1930 until his death, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1933.