Guadalupe

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Guadalupe, or Guadeloupe (Spanish pronunciation: [ɡwaðaˈlupe]) was an early Arabic/Latin compound-word, Guadi is dry riverbed and Lupe is Wolf so that the name means "Wolf-river". Guadalupe or Guadeloupe (the French version of the name) may refer to:

Religion[edit]

Titles of the Blessed Virgin Mary:

Places[edit]

Bolivia Bolivia:

Brazil Brazil:

Colombia Colombia:

Costa Rica Costa Rica:

El Salvador El Salvador:

France France:

Mexico Mexico:

Peru Peru:

Philippines Philippines:

Portugal Portugal:

In the archipelago of the Azores

São Tomé and Príncipe São Tomé and Príncipe:

Spain Spain:

United States United States:

Architecture[edit]

People[edit]

  • Guadalupe Victoria, nom de guerre of the first President of Mexico
  • Guadalupe Canseco (born 1962), Mexican Olympic diver
  • María Guadalupe Jones Garay, best known as Lupita Jones (born 1968), Mexican businesswoman, former model and beauty queen
  • María Guadalupe Sánchez (born 1971), Mexican race walker
  • María Guadalupe Villalobos Vélez, known as Lupe Velez (born 1908), a Mexican film actress who starred in many classic Hollywood films.

Ships[edit]

Other uses[edit]