Origin : Spanish,
Pronunciation : proo-DHEN-thyo (Spanish), proo-DHEN-syo (Latin American Spanish) ,
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Numerology information Prudencio:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Additional information Prudencio:
Spanish form of PRUDENTIUS
Songs about Prudencio:
Haz Llover Feat. Dilcia Prudencio by Luis Morales Jr from the Album Vida Real
Corrido De Prudencio Mendoza by Mariachi Arpa Grande De Tecalitlan Vol. 1 from the Album Mariachi Arpa Grande De Tecalitlan Vol. 1
Te Entrego Mis Sueños (feat. Dilcia Prudencio & Darleen Peraza) by Tito Peraza & Jaspe from the Album Tu Luz Me Guiará
Te Entrego Mis Sueños (feat. Dilcia Prudencio) by Tito Peraza & Jaspe from the Album Te Entrego Mis Sueños (feat. Dilcia Prudencio)
Valse De Prudencio Luna (Feat. Gary Luna) by Juan Ortega from the Album Los Niños Son El Futuro
Books about Prudencio:
Prudencio: Webster's Timeline History, 1529 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)
Prudencio Irazabal: Omnia Pervia by Ulrike Schick and Prudencio Irazabal (Apr 30, 2013)
Prudencio by Luis Rivero García (Nov 30, 1998)
PRUDENCIO IRAZABAL HIGHLIGHTS by Artium (Jan 1, 1900)
DiálogoS Entre Don Justo Claro y Don Prudencio Bueno: Sobre El Estado En Que Se Halla la Nación, (Spanish Edition... by Tap Tap y Núñez (Apr 27, 2009)
Las aventuras de Prudencio el Prudente (Spanish Edition) by Aida E. Marcuse (May 1, 1998)
Biography - de Pereda, Prudencio (1912-1985): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)
Wiki information Prudencio:
Admiral José Prudencio Padilla López was a Colombian military leader who fought in the Spanish American wars of independence. He is best known for his victory in the Battle of Lake Maracaibo on 24 July 1823, in which a royalist Spanish fleet was...
Nelson Prudêncio was a Brazilian athlete who competed in the triple jump. He won one Olympic silver medal and one bronze during his career. Prudêncio's mark of 17.27 metres at the Mexico City Olympics in 1968 was briefly the world record before...