Enrico


Enrico

Enrico is an "Italian" male given name, derived from "Heinrich" of Germanic origin. Equivalents in other languages are Henry (English), Henri (French), Enrique (Spanish), and Henrique (Portuguese).

Enrico may refer to:

* "Enrico IV", a play
* Enrico Marini ("Resident Evil"), a fictional character from the "Resident Evil" video game series
* Enrico Maxwell, a character from the manga and anime series "Hellsing"
* Enrico Pucci, a fictional character from the Japanese manga "JoJo's Bizarre Adventure"

People named Enrico:

* Emilio Enrico Belén (born 1929), Spanish painter and poet
* Enrico Adelelmo Brunetti (1862-1927), British musician and entomologist
* Enrico Albertosi (born 1939), Italian former football goalkeeper
* Enrico Alfonso (born 1988), Italian football player
* Enrico Alvarez (21st century), current Mayor of Noveleta, Cavite
* Enrico Alvino (1809-1872), Italian architect and urban designer
* Enrico Annoni (born 1966), retired Italian professional footballer
* Enrico Antiporda (21st century), writer and a visual artist
* Enrico Arrigoni (1894-1986), Italian individualist anarchist
* Enrico Baccarini (21st century), journalist, writer and researcher
* Enrico Baj (1924-2003), Italian artist and art writer
* Enrico Gustave Belenchia (1954- )
* Enrico Banducci (20th century), legendary North Beach San Francisco impresario
* Enrico Barone (1859-1924), Italian economist
* Enrico Berlinguer (1922-1984), Italian politician
* Enrico Bertaggia (born 1964), former racing driver
* Enrico Betti (1823-1892), Italian mathematician
* Enrico Blasi (21st century), Head Coach of the Miami University men's hockey team
* Enrico Bombieri (born 1940), Italian mathematician
* Enrico Boselli (born 1957), Italian politician
* Enrico Brizzi (born 1974), Italian writer
* Enrico Cardoso Nazaré (born 1984), Brazilian football player
* Enrico Caruso (1873-1921), Italian opera singer
* Enrico Castelnuovo (1839-1915), Italian writer
* Enrico Caterino Davila (1576-1631), Italian historian
* Enrico Caviglia (1862-1945), distinguished officer in the Italian army
* Enrico Cecchetti (1850-1928), Italian ballet dancer
* Enrico Celio (1889-1980), Swiss politician
* Enrico Chiesa (born 1970), Italian football striker
* Enrico Cialdini (1811-1892), Italian soldier, politician and diplomat
* Enrico Ciccone (born 1970), retired Canadian ice hockey defenceman
* Enrico Clementi (born 1931), pioneer in computational techniques for quantum chemistry and molecular dynamics
* Enrico Cocozza (1921-1997), Scottish filmmaker
* Enrico Colantoni (born 1963), Canadian actor
* Enrico Corradini (1865-1931), Italian novelist, essayist, journalist, and nationalist political figure
* Enrico Cosenz (1820-1898), Italian soldier
* Enrico Dandolo (circa 1107-1205), Doge of the city-state of Venice
* Enrico Dante (1884-1967), Italian prelate of the Roman Catholic Church
* Enrico David (born 1966), artist
* Enrico De Angelis (20th century), Italian singer
* Enrico de Lorenzo (20th century), Italian bobsledder
* Enrico De Nicola (1877-1959), Italian jurist, journalist, and politician
* Enrico Degano (born 1976), Italian professional road bicycle racer
* Enrico degli Scrovegni (14th century), Paduan nobleman
* Enrico di Giuseppe (1932-2005), celebrated operatic tenor
* Enrico Donati (born 1909), American surrealist painter and sculptor
* Enrico Elisi (born 1972), Italian pianist
* Enrico Embroli (born 1945), well-known artist
* Enrico Fabris (born 1981), Italian long track speed skater
* Enrico Fantini (born 1976), Italian footballer
* Enrico Fazzini (21st century), neurologist
* Enrico Fermi (1901-1954), Italian-American physicist
* Enrico Ferri (1856-1929), Italian criminologist and socialist
* Enrico Forlanini (1848-1930), Italian engineer, inventor and aeronautical pioneer
* Enrico Forti (21st century), Italian murderer
* Enrico Franzoi (born 1982), Italian professional cyclo-cross and road bicycle racer
* Enrico Gamba (1831-1883), notable Italian artist
* Enrico Garbuglia (1900-2007), Italian centenarian
* Enrico Gasparotto (born 1982), Italian professional road racing cyclist
* Enrico Gasparri (1871-1946), Roman Catholic Cardinal and Archbishop
* Enrico Gatti (born 1955), classical violinist
* Enrico Gentile (20th century), Italian singer
* Enrico Gilardi (born 1957), former basketball player
* Enrico Giovannini (born 1957), Italian economist and statistician
* Enrico Haffner (1640-1702), Italian painter
* Enrico Hillyer Giglioli (1845-1909), Italian zoologist and anthropologist
* Enrico Kern (bron 1979), German football player
* Enrico Kühn (born 1977), German bobsledder
* Enrico Letta (born 1966), Italian politician
* Enrico Lo Verso (born 1964), Italian actor
* Enrico Lorenzetti (1911-1989), Italian professional Grand Prix motorcycle road racer
* Enrico Macias (born 1938), Algerian-born French Jewish singer
* Enrico Mainardi (1897-1976), Italian cellist, composer, and conductor
* Enrico Marconi (1792-1863), Italian-born architect
* Enrico Maria Salerno (1926-1994), Italian theatre and film actor
* Enrico Marini (born 1969), Swiss comic artist
* Enrico Mattei (1906-1962), Italian public administrator
* Enrico Minutoli (died 1412), Italian Cardinal
* Enrico Mizzi (1885-1950), Maltese politician
* Enrico Nardi (1907-1966), Italian racing car driver, engineer and designer
* Enrico Pace (born 1967), Italian pianist
* Enrico Paoli (1908-2005), Italian chess master
* Enrico Pedrini (born 1940), theorist and collector of conceptual art
* Enrico Perucconi (born 1925), Italian athlete
* Enrico Pieranunzi (born 1949), Italian jazz pianist
* Enrico Platé (1909-1954), motor racing driver and team manager
* Enrico Poitschke (born 1969), German road racing cyclist
* Enrico Rastelli (1896-1931), Italian juggler, acrobat and performer
* Enrico Rava (born 1939), avant-garde jazz musician
* Enrico Rocca (1847-1915), Italian violin maker
* Enrico Rosenbaum (1944-1979), American songwriter, arranger, producer, guitarist and singer
* Enrico Ruggeri (born 1957), Italian singer-songwriter
* Enrico Sabbatini (1932-1998), Italian-born costume designer and production designer
* Enrico Sertoli (1842-1910), Italian physiologist and histologist
* Enrico Sgrulletti (born 1965), Italian hammer thrower
* Enrico Sibilia (1861-1948), Roman Catholic Cardinal
* Enrico Stefani (20th century), Italian architect and archaeologist
* Enrico Tameleo (died 1985), Italian-American mobster
* Enrico Teodorani (born 1970), Italian comics writer, creator of Djustine
* Enrico Toccacelo (born 1978), Italian auto racer
* Enrico Toselli (1883-1926), Florentine pianist and composer
* Enrico Toti (1882-1916), Italian patriot and hero of World War I
* Enrico Valtorta (1883-1951), first Roman Catholic bishop of Hong Kong
* Enrico Verson (1845-1927), Italian entomologist
* Enrico Viarisio (1897-1969), Italian theatre and cinema actor
* Enrico Villanueva (born 1980), Filipino professional basketball player
* Enrico Wijngaarde (born 1974), Surinamese football referee
* Enrico Zuccalli (circa 1642-1724), Swiss architect
* Marco Enrico Bossi (1861-1925), Italian organist and composer
* Robert Enrico (1931-2001), French film director and scriptwriter

ee also

* Henry


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