Pronunciation : roo-FEE-no (Italian, Spanish) ,
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Numerology information Rufino:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Additional information Rufino:
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of RUFINUS
Definition funny of Rufino:
Rufino is the most amazing guy you will ever meet, he's super sweet, he has a great body. He's the type of guy a girl wants to marry.
I wish I could marry Rufino he's so sweet and super sexy.
Songs about Rufino:
Rufino Salinas by Los Donny's De Guerrero from the Album 30 Exitos
Rufino by Luz from the Album Luz III
Ruvalcaba Y Rufino by Banda Movil from the Album Misa De Cuerpo Presente
Aupa Rufino by Xabi Aburruzaga from the Album Bizkaiko Trikitixa
Corrido A Rufino Jiménez by Dueto Bertin y Lalo from the Album Corridos de Oro
Ditados Impopulares (feat. Eliakin Rufino) by Leila Pinheiro from the Album Raiz
Ha llegado Rufino Malacara by El Chavo Animado from the Album El Chavo Animado (Show en vivo)
Books about Rufino:
Rufino Tamayo by Emily Genauer (Jun 1975)
Rufino Tamayo, Myth and Magic. by Rufino Tamayo (Jun 1979)
Rufino Tamayo: Arte Y Proceso De La Mixografia by Rufino Tamayo (1983)
Rufino Tamayo by Robert John Goldwater (Jan 1, 1947)
Rufino Tamayo by Octavio Paz And Jacques Lassaigne (Jan 1, 1982)
Rufino Tamayo by Octavio Paz and Jacques Lassaigne (1995)
Rufino Tamayo (Spanish Edition) by Jacques Lassaigne and Octavio Paz (Jul 1997)
Movies about Rufino:
A La Vibora De La Mar - DVD Los Colores De Rufino 2004 -
DVD - Rufino E Barony - Ao Vivo -
Rufino Tamayo: the Sources of His Art 1993 - Runtime: 28 mins Starring: John Huston Directed by: Gary Conklin
As melhores de Gerson Rufino -
Gerson Rufino, in Studio -
Minha Vida - Nelson Rufino (Part Ivete Sangalo/Zeca Pagodinho . 2013 Unrated -
Wiki information Rufino:
Rufino is a city in the province of Santa Fe, Argentina. It has 18,372 inhabitants as per the 2001 census [INDEC]. It lies on the southwest of the province, 416 km from the provincial capital Santa Fe, near the borders with Córdoba and Buenos Aires,...
Rufino Tamayo was a Mexican painter of Zapotec heritage, born in Oaxaca de Juárez, Mexico. Tamayo was active in the mid-20th century in Mexico and New York, painting figurative abstraction with surrealist influences.