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Nino or Niño may refer to:

  • Nino (name)
  • El Niño, a climate pattern in the tropical Pacific Ocean
  • NINO, an abbreviation for National insurance number in the United Kingdom
  • Niño, the smallest conga drum
  • Niño (single), a single from the album Dulce Beat by Belanova
  • Nino (novel), a 1938 children's novel by Valenti Angelo
  • Niño (TV series), a 2014 Philippine TV series
  • Philips Nino, a PDA-style device
Nino (footballer)

Juan Francisco Martínez Modesto (born 10 June 1980), known as Nino, is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Elche CF as a striker.

Over the course of 12 seasons, he amassed Segunda División totals of 455 games and 168 goals, mainly with Elche. In La Liga he represented Levante, Tenerife and Osasuna.

Nino (Greek singer)

Nino Xypolitas ( Greek: , ), known professionally as Nino, is a Greek singer. He rose to fame in 2003 after appearing as a contestant on the debut season of the television show Fame Story. He has since released five studio albums.

Nino (novel)

Nino is a children's novel written and illustrated by Valenti Angelo. It tells the story of Nino's childhood in a small Italian village at the turn of the century. First published in 1938, it was a Newbery Honor recipient in 1939.

Nino (name)
  • Niño is the Spanish word for boy or child. Niño or Nino is also a masculine nickname for various names.
  • Nino is a masculine name in Mediterranean countries, e.g. Spain, Italy and Greece, as well as in nations where these countries have linguistic relations e.g. Latin-America.
  • Nino is a popular feminine name in Georgia, popularized due to the 4th century A.D. conversion of Georgia to Christianity by a Roman woman, Saint Nino, a relative of St. George, who came from Constantinople. In Slavic languages the name is often written as Nina, a name which has multiple meanings,
Niño (TV series)

Niño is a Filipino drama series broadcast by GMA Network replacing Carmela: Ang Pinakamagandang Babae sa Mundong Ibabaw in timeslot starring Miguel Tanfelix and David Remo that is based on the friendship between a mentally challenged boy and immature the Philippines most beloved child, the Santo Niño. It premiered on May 26, 2014 on the network's GMA Telebabad primetime block and worldwide on May 26 (North American feed with new episodes in the evening telecasts) and May 27 (Middle East and North Africa, Asia Pacific and European feeds with new episodes in the afternoon telecasts) via GMA Pinoy TV. The series ended on September 12, 2014 and replaced by Strawberry Lane on its timeslot. It completed 16 weeks with a total of 80 episodes.