Romero

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For other uses, see Romero (disambiguation).

Romero is a Spanish surname meaning:

  1. A person on a religious journey or pilgrimage; procession of elevated holy items
  2. The pungent botanical herb of rosemary symbolizing remembrance and fidelity
  3. A guardian of religious cemeteries or shrines

In the genealogical record in the Philippines[edit]

Romero is one of the surname that were been given by the Spaniards during the Spanish colonial era in the Philippines and the rest of other colonial nations in order to avoid confusions and technically, as a replacement of the indigenous surnames that were difficult to pronounce among Spaniards, altogether with the Catholic conversions as well. Majority of the ethic Filipinos did not get their surnames genetically instead, they bear Spanish surnames for the colonial-rule purposes.

Other variations of the surname[edit]

  • Roemer, a Middle High German and Swiss surname meaning a pilgrim to the Holy Land
  • Romer, an English and Dutch surname meaning a religious pilgrim or religious warrior on his way to the Holy Land
  • Romeo, an Italian surname meaning a pilgrim to Rome
  • Romeu, a Portuguese and Catalan surname meaning someone on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land
  • Romeos, a Modern Greek surname meaning pilgrim to Jerusalem
  • Romemu, an Hebraic word meaning one who exalts or glorifies a deity

Notable Romeros[edit]

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See also[edit]

  • Christian Initiative Romero, a non-profit organisation in Germany working in support of industrial law and human rights in Central America, named after Óscar Romero