Leroux

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Leroux (mostly northwestern France[1]), LeRoux (American spelling), Le Roux (mostly Britanny,[2] as a translation of Breton Ar Rouz or Ar Ruz) or Roux (mostly southeastern France,[3] as a translation of Occitan Ros) is a surname of French origin meaning "red-haired" or "red-skinned" and may also come in certain cases (with the spelling Le Roux) from Breton Ar Roue meaning ″The King″. It may refer to:

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  • LeRoux (band) (Louisiana's LeRoux), American rock band regionally popular in the southern U.S. in the late 1970s to early 1980s
  • La Roux, British synth-pop band; changing only the definite article's gender to reflect the singer's androgyne appearance.

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  1. ^ Géopatronyme : surname Leroux, births before 1915 (French)
  2. ^ Géopatronyme : surname Le Roux, births before 1915 (French)
  3. ^ Géopatronyme : surname Roux, births before 1915 (French)

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