Caballero (surname)

Caballero (surname)

Caballero, the Spanish word for "knight" and a common surname, can refer to:

In politics:

* Bernardino Caballero, the President of Paraguay from 1880 until 1886 and founder of the Colorado Party
* Francisco Largo Caballero, Spanish politician and trade unionist
* Raymond Caballero, the mayor of El Paso, Texas from 2001 until 2003

In religion:

* Félix Caballero, Dominican priest
* Raimundo Diosdado Caballero, Catholic miscellaneous writer
* Juan Caballero y Ocio, priest

In acting:

* Flavio Caballero, Colombian actor
* Miguel Caballero, Mexican actor
* Roxann Maria Caballero, American actress and director

In sports:

* Celestino Caballero, Panamanian boxer
* Gabriel Caballero, Mexican footballer
* Samuel Caballero, Honduran football defender
* Steve Caballero, professional skateboarder
* Wilfredo Caballero, Argentinian soccer player who currently plays for Boca Juniors

In literature:

* Fernán Caballero, pseudonym adopted from the name of a village in the province of Ciudad Real by the Spanish novelist Cecilia Francisca Josefa Arrom de Ayala

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