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Benito may refer to:

* Benito, Manitoba, Canada
* "Benito" (1993), an Italian film
* Benito Alessi, a fictional character in the Australian soap opera "Neighbours"
* Benito River, a river in Equatorial Guinea

People with the given name Benito

* Benito Archundia (born 1966), football referee
* Benito Arias Montano (1527-1598), Spanish orientalist
* Benito Bonito, pirate
* Benito Carbone (born 1971), retired Italian professional football player
* Benito Cereno (writer), writer of comic books
* Benito de San Juan (died 1809), Spanish military officer
* Benito de Soto (circa 1800-1832), Spanish pirate
* Benito Floro Sanz (born 1952), retired Spanish football manager
* Benito Garozzo (born 1927), Italian bridge player
* Benito Jacovitti (1923-1997), Italian comic artist
* Benito Jerónimo Feijoo e Montenegro (1676-1764), Galician neoclassical monk and scholar
* Benito Juárez (1806-1872), President of Mexico
* Benito Legarda (1853-1915), Resident Commissioner from the Philippine Islands
* Benito Lorenzi (1925-2007), Italian football player
* Benito Lynch (1885-1951), Argentine novelist and short-story writer
* Benito Martínez (1880-2006), native of Cuba who claimed to be the world's oldest living person
* Benito Martinez (actor) (born 1971), American actor
* Benito Martinez (soldier) (1932-1952), United States Army soldier
* Benito Medero (1922-2007), Uruguayan politician
* Benito Mussolini (1883-1945), prime minister and dictator of Italy
* Benito Pérez Brito (1747-1813), Spanish military officer and colonial official
* Benito Pérez Galdós (1843-1920), Spanish realist novelist
* Benito Perojo (1894-1974), successful Spanish film director and film producer
* Benito Quinquela Martín (1890-1977), Argentine painter
* Benito Rosales, Nicaraguan head of state
* Benito Santiago (born 1965), former MLB baseball catcher
* Benito Stefanelli (1929-1999), Italian film actor and stuntman
* Benito Vicetto Pérez (19th century), Galacian writer
* Benito Zambrano (born 1965), Spanish screenwriter and film director
* Cesar Benito Cabrera, present United States Ambassador to the island nations of Mauritius and the Seychelles
* Emanuel Benito Rivas (born 1983), Argentine football midfielder

People with the surname Benito

* Elizabeth Odio Benito (born 1939), Vice-President of the International Criminal Court
* Teófilo Benito (1966-2004), Spanish middle distance runner

ee also

* Benito Cereno
* Benito Juárez (disambiguation)
* Benito Roundleaf Bat
* Benito Soliven
* Don Benito
* San Benito

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