Monte

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Monte may refer to:

Places[edit]

Portugal[edit]

  • Monte, a civil parish in the municipality of Fafe
  • Monte (Funchal), a civil parish in the municipality of Funchal
  • Monte, a civil parish in the municipality of Murtosa
  • Monte, a civil parish in the municipality of Terras de Bouro

Elsewhere[edit]

People[edit]

Surname[edit]

  • Herkus Monte (died 1273), a leader of the Great Prussian Uprising against the Teutonic Knights and Northern Crusaders
  • Lou Monte (1917–1989), Italian-American singer
  • Nélson Monte (born 1995), Portuguese footballer
  • Philippe de Monte (1521–1603), Renaissance composer
  • Pierre de Monte (1499–1572), Italian Grandmaster of the Order of Saint John

Given name or nickname[edit]

  • Monte Attell (1885–1960), American world champion bantamweight boxer
  • Monte J. Brough (1939–2011), a general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • Monte Collins (1898-1951), American actor and screenwriter
  • Monte Cook (born 1968), American game designer and writer, best known for his work on Dungeons & Dragons
  • Monte Hellman (born 1932), American film director, producer, writer and editor
  • Monte Irvin (born 1919), Negro League and Major League Baseball player, member of the Baseball Hall of Fame
  • Monte M. Katterjohn (1891–1949), American screenwriter
  • Monte Ledbetter (born 1943), American football player
  • Monte Markham (born 1935), American actor
  • Monte Melkonian (1957–1993), Armenian militant, revolutionary and military commander
  • Monte Merkel (1916–1981), American football player
  • Monte Money (born 1986), American guitarist and vocalist, former lead guitarist of the American post-hardcore band Escape the Fate
  • Monte Morris (born 1995), American college basketball player
  • Monte Pittman (born 1975), American musician known largely as Madonna's long-time guitarist
  • Monté Ross (born 1970), American college basketball head coach
  • Monte Scheinblum (born 1967), American golfer, 1992 US & World Long Drive Champion
  • Monte Solberg (born 1958), Canadian politician
  • Monte Waterbury (1876-1920), American businessman and polo player

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]