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Vida

Vida means “life” in Spanish and Portuguese. It may refer to:

Geography

  • Vida (Gradačac), village in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Lake Vida, Victoria Valley, Antarctica
  • U.S. settled places:
  • Vida, Montana
  • Vida, Oregon
  • Vida, Missouri

    Film and TV

  • Vida TV, a television channel in Venezuela
  • Vida (TV series), a 2018 American television series

    Literature

  • Vida (Occitan literary form), a medieval literary genre
  • Vida (novel), a 1980 novel by Marge Piercy
  • Vida: Women in Literary Arts, a non-profit feminist organization

    Music

    Albums

  • Vida (Sui Generis album), 1972
  • Vida, a 1980 album by Chico Buarque
  • Vida, a 1988 album by Paloma San Basilio
  • Vida, a 1989 album by DC3
  • Vida, a 1990 album by Emmanuel
  • Vida!..., a 1993 album by Kon Kan
  • Vida (La Mafia album), 1994
  • Vida, a 1996 album by Marcos Llunas
  • Vida, a 2002 album by Del Castillo
  • Vida, a 2002 album by Santiago Feliú
  • Vida, a 2003 album by Tazenda
  • Vida, a 2010 album by Tito Rojas
  • Vida (Draco Rosa album), 2013
  • Vida (Fuego album), 2014
  • Vida (Luis Fonsi album), 2019
  • La Vida, Ainhoa Arteta 2009

    Songs

  • "Vida" (Ricardo Arjona song), 2010
  • "Vida" (Ricky Martin song), 2014
  • "Vída", a 2011 song by Alexander Acha from La Vída Es... Amor Sincero
  • "Vida", a 1980 song by Celia Cruz, Johnny Pacheco and Pete "El Conde" Rodríguez from Celia/Johnny/Pete
  • "Vida", a 1983 song by Chico Buarque
  • "Vida", a 2002 song by Del Castillo from Vida
  • "Vida", a 1981 song by Gilberto Gil
  • "Vida", a 2001 song by Julio Iglesias from Ao Meu Brasil
  • "Vida", a 1994 song by La Mafia from Vida
  • "Vida", a 2010 song by Marc Anthony from Iconos
  • "Vida", a 2012 song by Max Herre from Hallo Welt!
  • "Vida", a 1966 song by Ray Barretto from El Ray Criollo
  • "Vida", a 1999 song by Rubén Blades from Tiempos
  • "La Vida", song by Henry Santos
  • "La Vida", song by Los Fabulosos Cadillacs Hola/Chau

    People

    Given name

  • Vida Anim (born 1983), Ghanaian sprinter
  • Vida Blue (born 1949), American baseball player
  • Vida Brest (1925–1985), Slovene writer
  • Vida Jane Butler (1923–2007), American radio pioneer
  • Vida Chenoweth (born 1929), first solo classical marimbist
  • Vida de Voss, Namibian feminist activist
  • Vida Ghahremani, Iranian actress, designer and teacher
  • Vida Goldstein (1869–1949), Australian feminist
  • Vida Guerra (born 1974), Cuban-born glamour model
  • Vida Halimian (born 1988), Iranian archer
  • Vida Hope (1918–1963), British film actress
  • Vida Jeraj Hribar (1902–2002), Slovenian violinist
  • Vida Jerman (1939–2011), Croatian actress
  • Vida Nsiah (born 1976), Ghanaian sprinter and hurdler
  • Vida Ognjenović (born 1941), Serbian theater director, playwright and diplomat
  • Vida Petrović-Škero (born 1955), Serbian Supreme Court judge
  • Vida Samadzai (born 1978), Miss Afghanistan 2003
  • Vida Steinert, (1903 or 1905 - 1976), New Zealand painter
  • Vida Dutton Scudder (1861–1954), American educator and welfare activist

    Surname

  • André Vida (born 1974), American musician
  • Domagoj Vida (born 1989), Croatian association football player
  • Francesco Vida (1903–1984), Italian military officer and skier
  • Géza Vida (1913–1980), Romanian-Hungarian sculptor
  • Giorgio Levi Della Vida (1886–1967), Italian Jewish linguist
  • Katie Vida, American interdisciplinary artist
  • José Vida Soria (1937–2019), Spanish jurist and politician
  • József Vida (born 1963), Hungarian hammer thrower
  • Marco Girolamo Vida (c. 1485–1566), Italian humanist, bishop, and poet
  • Piero Vida (1938–1987), Italian film actor
  • Rudika Vida, Croatian footballer
  • Szabolcs Vida, Hungarian motorcycle speedway rider
  • Vendela Vida (born 1971), American writer
  • Viktor Vida (1913–1960), Croatian writer

    Other uses

  • Vida (trade union), Austrian trade union
  • Vida AB, Swedish sawmill company
  • Club Deportivo y Social Vida, football team from Honduras