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This was the birth name of the Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara.
-- reservoirdoll1987  5/24/2005
Ernesto Guevara... Ernesto 'Che' Guevara. Enougth said. If you dont know who he is, then just type 'che' into a search engine. Then be amazed as information on history's greatest role model becomes available to you. "Vive che!"
-- marty mcfly  9/19/2005
Che Guevarra had a major role in the Cuban Revolution but he was not Cuban. He was Argentine.
-- ana.sofia  1/28/2009
Ernesto Teodoro Moneta (Milan September 20, 1833 – February 10, 1918) was an Italian journalist who fought in the Expedition of the Thousand and subsequently became an international peace activist, despite his strong Italian nationalism. He won (with Louis Renault) the Nobel Peace Prize in 1907.
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
Ernesto Balducci (6 August 1922 - 25 April 1992) was an Italian Roman Catholic priest and peace activist.
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
Ernesto Azzini (Rodigo, 17 October 1885 – Milan, 14 July 1923) was an Italian professional road bicycle racer. He was the first Italian cyclist to win a stage in the Tour de France, in 1910.
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
Ernesto Bertarelli (born 22 September 1965) is a Swiss / Italian businessman. Born in Rome, Bertarelli was CEO and Deputy Chairman of Serono, a Swiss biotechnology company he inherited from his father. Serono was sold to Merck KGaA of Germany in September 2006 for US$13.3 billion, forming a new company Merck-Serono. His personal wealth was estimated by Forbes' List of billionaires (2007) at US$8.8 billion.
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
Ernesto Buonaiuti (1881 - 1946) was an Italian historian, philosopher of religion, Christian priest and anti-fascist. He lost his seat at the University of Rome due to his opposition to Fascism and their agreement with Catholic Church. As a scholar in History of Christianity and religious philosophy he was one of the most important exponents of the modernist current.
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
His Eminence Ernesto Cardinal Corripio y Ahumada (June 29, 1919 - April 10, 2008) was a priest of the Roman Catholic Church. He was Archbishop of Mexico in Mexico City (1977-1994) and was Primate of Mexico. On June 30, 1979, he was summoned to Vatican City by Pope John Paul II and created cardinal in consistory. He was Cardinal Priest of the titular church of Mary Immaculate of Tiburtino.
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
Ernesto Cesàro (March 12, 1859 – September 12, 1906) was an Italian mathematician who worked in the field of differential geometry. Cesàro was born in Naples. He is known also for his 'averaging' method for the summation of divergent series, known as the Cesàro mean.
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
Ernesto de Martino (1 December 1908 – 9 May 1965) was an Italian philosopher and anthropologist and historian of religions. He studied with Benedetto Croce and Adolfo Omodeo, and did field research with Diego Carpitella into the funeral rituals of Lucania and the tarantella.
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
Ernesto Cardinal Civardi (October 21, 1906—November 28, 1989) was an Italian prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Secretary of the Sacred Congregation for Bishops from 1967 to 1979, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1979.
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
Ernesto Javier Chevantón Espinosa (commonly known just as Javier Chevantón) (born 12 August 1980 in Juan Lacaze, Uruguay) is a forward currently playing football for Sevilla FC in Spain.
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
Ernesto Castano (2 May 1939) is a former Italian football player from Cinisello Balsamo in the Province of Milan. He played club football for three different clubs, most prominently with Juventus and played for the Italian national football team seven different times.
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
Ernesto Cardenal Martínez (born January 20, 1925) is a Nicaraguan Catholic priest and was one of the most famous liberation theologians of the Nicaraguan Sandinistas, a party he has since left. From 1979 to 1987 he served as Nicaragua's first culture minister. He is also famous as a poet, and he still writes poetry. Cardenal was also the founder of the primitivist art community in the Solentiname Islands, where he lived more than ten years (1965-1977).
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
Ernesto Pietro Bonino (16 January 1922—29 April 2008) was an Italian singer of pop and jazz standards whose peak of popularity was during the 1940s and 50s.

A native of Turin, Ernesto Bonino began his career in the late 1930s as a teenage singer in the lively club scene of his hometown. Another contemporary Turin performer, Fred Buscaglione, was also starting his singing occupation in the same fashion. Music impressario/conductor Carlo Prato, who had earlier promoted a Dutch sister act into the very popular Trio Lescano, heard Bonino and arranged an audition for him at the Italian state radio company EIAR. His broadcast debut came on 5 January 1941 with the song Tango Argentino. It was an instant success and other hits followed, including La Paloma, Se Fossi Milionario, La Famiglia Canterina (with Trio Lescano), A Zonzo, Musica Maestro, Il Giovanotto Matto, Ti Comprerò l'Armonica and Conosci Mia Cugina?. During the 1940s, Bonino, dubbed "Mister Swing", rivaled only Natalino Otto and Alberto Rabagliati in terms of popularity.
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
Ernesto Ruffini (January 19, 1888—June 11, 1967) was an Italian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Archbishop of Palermo from 1945 until his death, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1946 by Pope Pius XII.
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
Ernesto Rossi (1897 - February 9, 1967) was an Italian politician, journalist and anti-fascist activist. His ideas contributed to the Partito d'Azione, and subsequently the Partito Radicale. Rossi was born in Caserta.

Not yet nineteen years old, he voluntarily enlisted and fought in World War I. After the war, moved by opposition to the socialists' attitude of hostility towards war veterans and their sacrifices, and contempt of the incapable political class of bounding idealists, he approached the nationalists of the People of Italy (directed by Benito Mussolini), a newspaper with which he collaborated from 1919 to 1922. During that time, however, he met Gaetano Salvemini, with whom he formed a long-lasting bond of respect and friendship, and he moved definitively and radically further from the positions they were bringing to the fascist ideology. He died in Rome in 1967.
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
Ernesto Nathan (October 5, 1848 - April 9, 1921) was an English-Italian politician, and mayor of Rome, Italy (November 1907-December 1913).
-- sweetbabe  7/30/2008
Pronounced Ehr-nehs-toh in Spanish.
-- Elianita  12/15/2008
A common nickname for Ernesto is Che. You might get called Ernestito when you're a child.
-- Elianita  12/15/2008
Feast day is November 7 in memory of St. Ernest.
-- Elianita  12/15/2008
Italian form of Latin Ernestus, commonly known to mean "Battle (to the death), serious business."
-- Francesca  11/30/2010
Ernesto Sabato (1911-2011) was an Argentine writer.
-- Buneary  9/6/2013

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