Melo (surname)


Melo (surname)

Melo is a Portuguese surname. Variants include Mello, de Melo or de Mello, D'Melo or D'Mello, De Melo and De Mello.

People with the surname include:

  • Andrés Granier Melo (born 1948), Mexican Governor of Tabasco
  • Anthony de Mello (1931-1987), Jesuit priest, psychotherapist and writer
  • António Barbosa de Melo (born 1932), Portuguese politician and lawyer
  • Araquem de Melo (1944-2001), Brazilian footballer
  • Beevan D'Mello (born 1987), Indian footballer
  • Carlos Melo (born 1982), Panamanian boxer
  • Carlos Galvão de Melo (1921-2008), Portuguese Air Force officer and member of the National Salvation Junta after the 1974 Carnation Revolution
  • Daniel Melo (born 1977), Brazilian former tennis player, brother of Marcelo Melo
  • Ernesto Melo Antunes (1933-1999), Portuguese military officer who played a major role in the Carnation Revolution
  • Evaldo Cabral de Mello (born 1936), Brazilian historian and history writer
  • Fatima Moreira de Melo (born 1978), Dutch field hockey player
  • Felipe Melo (born 1983), Brazilian footballer
  • Fernando Collor de Mello (born 1949), Brazilian politician
  • Fontes Pereira de Melo (1819-1887), Portuguese statesman, politician and engineer
  • Francisco de Melo (1597-1651), Portuguese-Spanish general and diplomat
  • Froilano de Mello (1887-1955), Indo-Portuguese microbiologist, medical scientist, professor, author and independent Member of Parliament in the Portuguese parliament
  • Gilberto da Silva Melo (born 1976), Brazilian footballer
  • Jaime Melo (born 1980), Brazilian racing driver
  • Jose Melo (born 1932), former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the Philippines
  • José Andrés Pacheco de Melo (1779-c. 1820), Argentine statesman and priest
  • José María Melo (1800-1860), Colombian president and general
  • José Artur de Melo Júnior (born 1987), Brazilian footballer
  • Leopoldo Melo (1869–1951), Argentine lawyer, diplomat and politician
  • Márcio Melo (1906-1991), Brazilian air force general
  • Marcelo Melo (born 1983), Brazilian tennis player
  • Pedro de Melo (1734-1797), Spanish soldier and Viceroy of the Rio de la Plata in South America
  • Sebastião José de Carvalho e Melo, 1st Marquess of Pombal (1699-1782), Portuguese statesman
  • Sérgio Vieira de Mello (1948-2003), Brazilian diplomat
  • Suzanne D'Mello, Indian playback singer
  • Túlio de Melo (born 1985), Brazilian footballer
  • Welington de Melo (born 1946), Brazilian mathematician
  • Wélton Araújo Melo (born 1975), Brazilian former footballer
  • Zé Marco de Melo (born 1971), Brazilian beach volleyball player and silver medalist at the 2000 Summer Olympics

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