Uribe (disambiguation)


Uribe (disambiguation)

Uribe may refer to:

;Placesflag|Spain:
* Uribe, a historical subdivision of Biscay:*Hego Uribe:*Uribe-Kostaflag|Colombia:
* Rafael Uribe Uribe (Bogotá), city district
* La Uribe, department of Meta

;People
* Álvaro Uribe (b. 1952), President of Colombia
* Ángel Uribe (b. 1943), Peruvian footballer
* Cristián Uribe (b. 1976), Chilean footballer
* Diana Uribe (b. 1976), Puerto Rican actress
* Eduardo Uribe (b. 1985), Peruvian footballer
* Fausto Uribe (b. 1971), Mexican businessman
* George Uribe, U.S. television producer
* Jorge Alberto Uribe, Colombian politician
* Juan Uribe (b. 1979), Dominican baseball player
* Imanol Uribe (b. 1950), Spanish filmaker
* José Uribe (1959–2006), Dominican baseball player
* Julio César Uribe (b. 1958), Peruvian national football team coach
* Kirmen Uribe (b. 1970), Basque poet
* Luis Uribe (1847–1914), Chilean admiral, War of the Pacific
* Mario Uribe Escobar, Colombian politician
* Manuel Uribe Garza (b. 1965), morbidly obese Mexican
* Manuel Uribe Troncoso (1867–1959), Mexican ophthamologist, member of the Colegio Nacional
* Rafael Uribe Uribe (1859–1914), Colombian politician, civil war general
* Sonia Uribe (b. 1981), Colombian journalist

* Manuel de Lardizábal y Uribe (1744–1820), Mexican penologist, member of the Academy of the Language
* Mario Montoya Uribe (b. 1949), Commander of Colombian National Army
* Manuel Fernando Serrano Uribe (1789–1819), Colombian statesman, independence war president


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