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The term Figaro may refer to any of the following:
- Figaro, the central character in:
- The Barber of Seville (play) by Beaumarchais
- The Guilty Mother, a play by Beaumarchais
- The Marriage of Figaro (play), the play by Beaumarchais
- The Marriage of Figaro, the opera by Mozart based on Beaumarchais' play by the same name
- Figaro, a comic strip character in The Topper (comics)
- Figaro (Disney), a kitten created by The Walt Disney Company, which first appeared in the 1940 film Pinocchio
- Crazy Day or The Marriage of Figaro, a comedy musical staged by Russian and Ukrainian television channels NTV (Russia) and Inter
- Galileo Figaro, from the stage musical We Will Rock You
- Figaro, a kingdom in the video game Final Fantasy VI
- MDR Figaro, German broadcaster Mitteldeutscher Rundfunk's cultural radio channel
- "Figaro" (song), a UK number-one song by Brotherhood of Man
- "Figaro", a song by Madvillain from their album Madvillainy
- "Figaro", a song by Nine Muses from their 2012 album Sweet Rendezvous
- Figaro, the most famous nickname of Spanish author Mariano José de Larra
- Le Figaro, the oldest extant newspaper in France.
- The Figaro in London, an early Victorian comic magazine published in England
- The London Figaro, a late Victorian satirical magazine published in England
- Figaro, a Viennese satirical magazine published 1857-1919 (de)
- Figaro (genus), a genus of catsharks
- Figaro chain, a type of chain used in jewelry
- Nissan Figaro, a retro-styled compact car produced by Nissan in a limited production run in 1991
- Solitaire du Figaro, an offshore sailing race, taking place every summer between France, England, Ireland, and Spain
- Figaro Coffee Company, a chain of coffee shops in Philippines
- Figaro is a slang used in some Latinamerican countries for hairdresser
- Figaro programming language - a language for probabilistic programming and reasoning.
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