Thu, 2017-Jul-06 08:52 UTC
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Welcome to random Wiki of the Day where we read the summary of a random Wikipedia page every day.
Our random article today is Tabaré.
Tabaré is a male name of Guarani origin, meaning "away from the people". It is used mainly in Uruguay and can refer to:
Tabaré, an epic poem by Juan Zorrilla de San Martín
Tabaré Aguerre, Uruguayan agronomist and politician
Tabaré Arapí, Uruguayan folklorist
Tabaré Cardozo, Uruguayan musician
Tabaré Etcheverry, Uruguayan folklorist
Tabaré Gallardo, Uruguayan astronomer
Tabaré Gómez Laborde, Uruguayan-Argentine cartoonist
Tabaré Hackenbruch, Uruguayan politician
Tabaré Larre Borges, Uruguayan basketball player
Tabaré Ramos, Uruguayan-American football coach
Tabaré Rivero, Uruguayan musician
Tabaré Silva, Uruguayan football coach
Tabaré Vázquez, Uruguayan oncologist and politician
Tabaré Viera, Uruguayan politician
Tabaré Viudez, Uruguayan footballer
Tabaré, an opera by Alfonso Broqua
Tabaré, an opera by Arturo Cosgaya Ceballos
Tabaré, an opera by Heliodoro Oseguera
Tabaré, an opera by Tomás Bretón
Tabaré, a 1919 Mexican silent film directed by Luis Lezama
Tabaré (in Spanish)
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