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Biron is the name of several communes in France:
- Biron, Charente-Maritime, in the Charente-Maritime département
- Biron, Dordogne, in the Dordogne département
- Biron, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques département
- United States
- The Château de Biron, in the Dordogne, France
- Armand de Gontaut, baron de Biron (1524–1592), a celebrated French soldier
- Charles de Gontaut, duc de Biron (1562–1602), a French marshal, son of Armand de Biron
- Armand Louis de Gontaut (1747–1793), known as Biron, soldier and politician
- Ernst Johann von Biron, (1690–1769), Russian regent 1740, sovereign Duke of Courland (1737–40, 1763–72)
- Peter von Biron, (1724–1800), sovereign Duke of Courland (1769–95), son of Ernst Johann von Biron
- Martin Biron, an NHL goalie.
- Mathieu Biron, an ice hockey defenceman, brother of Martin Biron
- Photos by Biron, a photographer specializing in multicultural male images.
- Biron, original name of the centaur who later became Comet (DC Comics)
- Biron (or Berowne), a light-headed, light-tongued lord in the suite of the King of Navarre, in Shakespeare's Love's Labor's Lost
- Biron, a character in the tragedy The Fatal Marriage, by Thomas Southerne; the husband of Isabella, and much-wronged brother of Carlos
- The Conspiracy and Tragedy of Charles, Duke of Byron, a play of 1608 by George Chapman
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