Pintado

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Pintado means "painted" in Spanish or "spotted" in Portuguese and may refer to:

  • Cape petrel, also known as pintado petrel, a seabird whose range includes Antarctica and New Zealand
  • Spotted sorubim Pseudoplatystoma corruscans, a catfish-like species of South American rivers
  • (less often:) tiger sorubim Pseudoplatystoma fasciatum, known as cachara throughout most of Brazil but as pintado in the Amazon region
  • Cero Scomberomorus regalis, a large, spotted, mackerel-like fish, whose range includes the Florida coast and the West Indies, after which two USS Pintado ships were named
  • USS Pintado (SS-387) (1943-1969), a Balao class-submarine named for the fish
  • USS Pintado (SSN-672) (1967-1998), a Sturgeon-class attack submarine named for the fish
  • Cerro Pintado, a mountain in South America
  • A sombrero pintado, a style of Panama hat
  • Pintados, a used by Spanish colonists to describe indigenous people with tattooed bodies residing on the islands of Cebu, Bohol, Samar and Leyte in the Biçayas (Visayas) region of the Philippines