Pinto may refer to:


*Conspiracy of the Pintos, a rebellion against Portuguese rule in Goa, India in 1787
*Ford Pinto (1971-1980), a subcompact car manufactured by the Ford Motor Company for the North American market
**Ford Pinto engine, unofficial nickname for a 4 cylinder internal combustion engine built by the Ford Motor Company in Europe
*Gallo Pinto, a dish traditional to Nicaragua and Costa Rica consisting primarily of beans and rice
*Pinto bean, a type of mottled bean
*Pinto horse, a horse coat color that consists of large patches of white and another color


Pinto is a common surname in the Portuguese, Italian and Spanish languages.


*Alexandre de Serpa Pinto (aka Serpa Pinto) (1846–1900), Portuguese explorer of southern Africa and a colonial administrator
*Aníbal Pinto (1825-1884), Chilean politician, president of Chile (1876-1881)
*António Pinto, Portuguese long-distance runner
*Carlos Mota Pinto, Portuguese politician
*David Pinto, American baseball blogger
*Duarte Cardoso Pinto, Portuguese rugby player
*Fernão Mendes Pinto, Portuguese adventurer, explorer and writer
*Francisco Antonio Pinto (1785-1858), Chilean politician, president of Chile (1827-1829)
*Francisco Pinto Balsemão, Portuguese politician and media entrepreneur
*George Pinto, English composer and keyboard virtuoso
*Heloísa Pinheiro, the real-life Brazilian "Girl from Ipanema"
*Isaac de Pinto Portuguese moralist
*Jane Engelhard (born Marie Annette Reiss) (1917-2004), American philanthropist
*João Domingos Pinto (born 1961), former Portuguese football player, and current assistant coach of the FC Porto team
*João Franco (1855–1929), Portuguese politician and prime minister in the last years of the Portuguese monarchy
*João Vieira Pinto (born 1971), Portuguese footballer (soccer)
*Jorge Nuno Pinto da Costa (born 1937), president of Portuguese sports club F.C. Porto
*José de Magalhães Pinto (1909-1996), Brazilian politician and banker
*José María Orellana Pinto (1872–1926), President of Guatemala (1921-1926)
*José Sócrates Carvalho Pinto de Sousa, Portuguese politician
*Josiah ben Joseph Pinto, Syrian rabbi
*Keivi Pinto, Venezuelan judoka
*Manuel Guillermo Pinto, Argentinian general
*Manuel Pinto da Costa, São Tomé and Príncipe politician
*Mário Pinto de Andrade, Angolan poet and politician
*Pio Gama Pinto, Kenyan politician
*Renyel Pinto (born 1982), baseball pitcher
*Ricardo Pinto, (born 1961) is a UK-based fantasy writer
*Ricardo Pinto (footballer), (born 1965), Brazilian footballer (soccer)
*Robin Pinto, Canadian female boxer
*Sara Pinto Coelho (1913-1990), Portuguese writer of fiction and plays
*Sérgio Sousa Pinto (born 1972), Portuguese politician and Member of the European Parliament
*Silvia Corzo (born 1973), Colombian lawyer, journalist and newscaster
*Vivian de Sola Pinto (1895–1969), British poet, literary critic and historian
*José Manuel Pinto (born 1975), spanish football goalkeeper of FC Barcelona.


*Pinto Colvig (1892–1967), U.S. vaudeville actor, radio actor, newspaper cartoonist, prolific movie voice actor, and circus performer, best known as the voice of Disney's Goofy and the original Bozo the Clown


*Pinto, Madrid, Spain
*Pinto, Maryland, United States
*Pinto, Magdalena, Colombia
*Palo Pinto County, Texas, United States
*Pinto Martins International Airport, Brazil
*Rodovia Carvalho Pinto, highway in Brazil
*Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto, official name of Estádio Mineirão, football stadium in Brazil
*Cittá Pinto, alternate name of Qormi in Malta

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