Pazmiño

What is Pazmiño known for?


television personality

in Riobamba. * Washington Pazmiño Solano, Ecuadorian electronic musician and composer. * Terry Pazmiño Trotta, Ecuadorian guitarist. Entertainment * Gabriela Pazmiño Yépez (1984-), Ecuadorian celebrity, television personality, presenter and commentator (Sports commentator). * Annemarie Pazmino (1984-), American web celebrity and actress. Starring in Edges of Darkness, Compulsions, Sorority Forever, among other productions. Born in Los Angeles to a Chilean-born father. * Rubi Pazmiño (1982-), American musician and TV personality from Chicago. Winner of Ochocinco: The Ultimate Catch on VH1. Born to an Ecuadorian father and Puerto Rican (Puerto Rican people) mother. Beauty pageant titleholders * Jennifer Stephanie Pazmiño Saldaña (Jennifer Pazmiño) (1987-), Miss International Ecuador 2008, Miss Ecuador Earth 2010, Miss Earth Air 2010. * María Francisca Paz y Miño Maya (1987-), Reina de Quito 2012, Ecuador. See also * Crypto-Judaism * History of the Jews in Latin America References Category:Spanish-language surnames Category:Patronymic surnames


translation

; is also a rough translation of the Hebrew (Hebrew language) first name Shlomo (שלמה), meaning Solomon. This translation coincided with the pre-existing Castilian Spanish Old Christian surname "Paz" described above, and was thus often assumed by Jewish-origin New Christians to obscure their Sephardi Jewish origin. In these cases, "Paz" is found among Spaniards and Hispanics of Sephardic Jewish lineage converted to Catholicism. ref name hanks >

, the Balkans in Southern Europe, and the Middle East, including Ottoman Palestine), as well as the Netherlands, England and elsewhere, where they could return to the religion. When the surname Paz is given a superficial transliteration into the Hebrew language (as פז), the surname in Hebrew is synonymous with "Gold" (Paz), although the literal word for gold is זהב (Zahav). However, a direct translation into Hebrew (as שלום) would render the surname as "Peace"

; (Shalom). The contextual translation renders it as Shlomo (שלמה, Solomon). Miño right thumb River Miño and Tui, Galicia (File:Tui Miño 060415 1.JPG) as seen from Valença (Valença, Portugal), Portugal The surname "Miño", conversely, has only one language origin. It is a Galician (Galicia, Spain) topographic surname adopted by, or imposed upon, a person originally from the banks of the Miño River, or several towns of the same name, traversing Galicia (Spain


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1,065 - Colombia 8 5 .. 13 - Venezuela .. .. 5 5 - Other 6 3 3 12 - '''TOTAL''' 879 796 8 '''1,683''' According to the same census data, a total of 6 persons in Spain had the surname "Paz y Miño" as their paternal surname.


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this mercuric sulfide mineral. In Spanish naming customs, people carry two surnames, the first paternal the second maternal. According to the National Statistics Institute of Spain, in the year 2010 there were a total of 1,733 people had "Miño" as a surname.

, 1,683 persons had the surname Pazmiño, whether as their paternal surname, their maternal surname, or as both their maternal and paternal surname

1,065 - Colombia 8 5 .. 13 - Venezuela .. .. 5 5 - Other 6 3 3 12 - '''TOTAL''' 879 796 8 '''1,683''' According to the same census data, a total of 6 persons in Spain had the surname "Paz y Miño" as their paternal surname.


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of the great majority of the Pazmiño, especially those from Guaranda. In Quito alone the list is extremely long. Other places around


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1,065 - Colombia 8 5 .. 13 - Venezuela .. .. 5 5 - Other 6 3 3 12 - '''TOTAL''' 879 796 8 '''1,683''' According to the same census data, a total of 6 persons in Spain had the surname "Paz y Miño" as their paternal surname.


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this mercuric sulfide mineral. In Spanish naming customs, people carry two surnames, the first paternal the second maternal. According to the National Statistics Institute of Spain, in the year 2010 there were a total of 1,733 people had "Miño" as a surname.

, 1,683 persons had the surname Pazmiño, whether as their paternal surname, their maternal surname, or as both their maternal and paternal surname

1,065 - Colombia 8 5 .. 13 - Venezuela .. .. 5 5 - Other 6 3 3 12 - '''TOTAL''' 879 796 8 '''1,683''' According to the same census data, a total of 6 persons in Spain had the surname "Paz y Miño" as their paternal surname.


original founding

is an Ecuadorian Hispanic surname, though not a "Spanish" surname per se. It is relatively rare compared to other Hispanic surnames, even in Ecuador itself. As a Hispanic surname (Spanish naming customs), it is also rare in that its genesis places it among the few Hispanic surnames of solely judeo-converso origin. That is, Pazmiño as a compound surname is found only among the converso descendants of the original founding family of Jewish origin that converted to Christianity, identifying them as separate from other unrelated lineages of, both Jewish and gentile, Paz families and Miño families. This is in contrast to other Hispanic surnames (such as Sánchez, Pérez, Núñez, even Paz and Miño as separate surnames) which, though they may be found among persons of Sephardi Jewish descent, are in themselves Old Christian Spanish gentile surnames (thus occurring mostly among gentiles), and which only entered the Jewish population as a result of the deliberate adoption of Spanish Old Christian gentile surnames by Sephardic Jews (Jewish surname) (including Jewish converts to Christianity) to obscure their own origins, or because they were imposed on them upon baptism; forced or otherwise. Paz As a separate Hispanic surname, "Paz" can have three separate origins: Galician (Galicia (Spain)), Castilian (Crown of Castile), and Sephardi Jewish. Within each origin, numerous unrelated lineages exist, especially for patronymics. The surname also exists in Portuguese (Portuguese language) Galician Paz When "Paz" is of Galician (Galician language) origin, it is a patronymic surname. The Galician "Paz", together with "Páez", "Paes", and "Pais", are the Galician patronymic forms of the Galician given name "Paio." In Castilian, the given name is "Pelayo" and it's Castilian patronymic counterpart is "Peláyez", not "Paz." Castilian Paz When "Paz" is of Castilian (Castilian language) origin, it is a descriptive surname meaning 'peace' (from Latin (Latin language) 'pax', genitive 'pacis'), deriving from the Castilian language Marian (Infanta María de la Paz of Spain) epithet; "María de la Paz." With this same etymological history, the surname also exists in Portuguese (Portuguese language). Sephardi Paz "Paz" is also a rough translation of the Hebrew (Hebrew language) first name Shlomo (שלמה), meaning Solomon. This translation coincided with the pre-existing Castilian Spanish Old Christian surname "Paz" described above, and was thus often assumed by Jewish-origin New Christians to obscure their Sephardi Jewish origin. In these cases, "Paz" is found among Spaniards and Hispanics of Sephardic Jewish lineage converted to Catholicism. With this same etymological history, the surname also exists as a Sephardic origin Portuguese surname among Portuguese people and Brazilians. To this day, the surname Paz can be still be found among Sephardic Jews who descend from those who left Spain to remain within the Jewish fold. These emigrated to areas outside the Spanish Kingdom and it's colonial possessions in the Americas, beyond the reach of the Inquisition. They moved to various parts of the Ottoman Empire (North Africa, the Balkans in Southern Europe, and the Middle East, including Ottoman Palestine), as well as the Netherlands, England and elsewhere, where they could return to the religion. When the surname Paz is given a superficial transliteration into the Hebrew language (as פז), the surname in Hebrew is synonymous with "Gold" (Paz), although the literal word for gold is זהב (Zahav). However, a direct translation into Hebrew (as שלום) would render the surname as "Peace" (Shalom). The contextual translation renders it as Shlomo (שלמה, Solomon). Miño right thumb River Miño and Tui, Galicia (File:Tui Miño 060415 1.JPG) as seen from Valença (Valença, Portugal), Portugal The surname "Miño", conversely, has only one language origin. It is a Galician (Galicia, Spain) topographic surname adopted by, or imposed upon, a person originally from the banks of the Miño River, or several towns of the same name, traversing Galicia (Galicia (Spain)) in northeast Spain and flowing into northern Portugal. The river forms a natural border between the two countries. Etynologically, Miño is derived from a Latin comparative adjective (Latin grammar) that carries the meaning "Cinnabar-red" (from Latin (Latin language) 'minius', superlative 'minium'). Cinnabar itself is a mercuric sulfide mineral occurring in red crystals. Mercury sulfide is used as a red pigment. The Miño river was named after this mercuric sulfide mineral. In Spanish naming customs, people carry two surnames, the first paternal the second maternal. According to the National Statistics Institute of Spain, in the year 2010 there were a total of 1,733 people had "Miño" as a surname. Category:Spanish-language surnames Category:Patronymic surnames


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this mercuric sulfide mineral. In Spanish naming customs, people carry two surnames, the first paternal the second maternal. According to the National Statistics Institute of Spain, in the year 2010 there were a total of 1,733 people had "Miño" as a surname.

, 1,683 persons had the surname Pazmiño, whether as their paternal surname, their maternal surname, or as both their maternal and paternal surname

1,065 - Colombia 8 5 .. 13 - Venezuela .. .. 5 5 - Other 6 3 3 12 - '''TOTAL''' 879 796 8 '''1,683''' According to the same census data, a total of 6 persons in Spain had the surname "Paz y Miño" as their paternal surname.


family history

Memorias, VII Jornadas Internacionales de Historia Social, Quito, Diciembre 1988 series Colección Amigos de la genealogía oclc 24825685 volume 42 year 1989 page 198 language Spanish and originating in its present-day form in what is today Ecuador,

Pazmiño

'''Pazmiño''' ( formerly the Royal Audience of Quito (Royal Audiencia of Quito).

The surname is carried by the descendants of members of a family of Sephardi Jews from Llerena (Llerena, Badajoz), Spain that converted to Catholicism in the late 15th century, at the dawn of the Spanish Inquisition. Sephardi Jewish converts to Catholicism have throughout time been variously termed anusim, conversos and marranos, each with differing connotations, the latter being pejorative.

In the early 16th century, during the first decades of Spanish colonization (Spanish Empire) of South America, the family relocated to colonial Ecuador, along with other Sephardi Jewish converts to Catholicism whose real ethnicity was obscured and hidden (Crypto-Judaism) from the colonial authorities.

In the last couple of centuries, persons of this lineage have since migrated out of Ecuador into neighboring countries, particularly Colombia, but also Peru. Some have ventured further afield around Latin America, including Chile and Panama. Others yet have more recently migrated to the United States and Australia.

Over the last decade, however, the greatest number have crossed the Atlantic Ocean to Spain in what could be described as a reverse migration (Human migration) of anusim, some five centuries after their forebears first established themselves in the New World. To this day, the bulk of persons of this lineage—whether Pazmiño of those carrying variants of the surname—are found mainly in Ecuador, and traditionally in the Sierra region (Geography of Ecuador#La Sierra (the highlands)) of the country.

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