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Origin Displayed: Italian

Origins Available: Italian, Spanish

Spelling variations of this family name include: Mavica, Maurizi, Maurizzi, Maurizio, Maurici, Maurovi, Murigia, Navarrini, Navarro and many more.

First found in Bolgna (Bononia) in Emilia where it is the capital of the province of Bologna.

Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Anton Navarro, who arrived in Mexico sometime between 1525 and 1528; Andres Navarro, who settled in New Spain in 1559; Ana Navarro, who arrived in New Orleans in 1778.

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Some noteworthy people of the name Navarro
  • Ramon Navarro, American actor
  • Andrew Jesus Navarro, Cuban-American educator
  • Bruce Navarro, American attorney and government administrator
  • Nestor J Navarro Jr., American marketing executive
  • Octavio R Navarro, American computer systems consultant
  • Robert Navarro, American consulting engineer and 1971 recipient of the Young Engineer of the Year award
  • Theodore "Fats" Navarro (1923-1950), American jazz musician regarded by many to have been one of the first modern jazz trumpet improvisers
  • Carlos Arias Navarro, Spanish politician, Prime Minister of Spain (1973-1976)
  • Gustavo A Navarro, Bolivian revolutionary and writer under the pseudonym of Tristán Maroff
  • Armando S Navarro, Argentine ballet director who later emigrated to the Netherlands

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