Rojas

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Rojas is a surname found throughout the Spanish-speaking world and especially in Latin America.

Rojas may refer to:

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  • Darío Rojas (born 1960), retired Bolivian football goalkeeper
  • Diego de Rojas (died 1544), 16th-century Spanish Conquistador
  • Diego Rojas (born 1995), Chilean footballer
  • Don Rojas (born 1949), journalist and political commentator from St. Vincent

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  • Eladio Rojas (1934–1991), former Chilean footballer
  • Elio Rojas (born 1982), featherweight boxer from the Dominican Republic
  • Eloy Rojas (born 1967), professional boxer in the Featherweight division
  • Emilio Rojas (born 1984), American recording artist and rapper from Rochester, New York
  • Esteban Rojas Tovar, Colombian educator, philanthropist, bishop of the diocese of Garzón
  • Euclides Rojas (born 1967), Cuban-born coach and player development official in Major League Baseball

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  • Pablo Rojas Paz (1896–1956), Argentine writer born in Tucumán
  • Paola Rojas (born 1976), Mexico City television news anchor
  • Pedro de Rojas, Spanish lawyer and colonial official in the Philippines and New Spain
  • Percy Rojas (born 1949), retired football midfielder from Peru
  • Peter Rojas (born 1975), the co-founder of technology blogs Gizmodo and Engadget

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  • Teodoro Rojas (1877-1954), Paraguayan botanist
  • Tito Rojas a.k.a. "El Gallo" (The Rooster) (born 1955), salsa singer and bandleader
  • Tomás Rojas (born 1980), Mexican professional boxer in the Super Flyweight division
  • Toribio Rojas, former coach of the Puerto Rico Islanders, a USL soccer team

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