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Gros or Le Gros may refer to:
- Gros (coinage), a type of silver coinage of France from the time of Saint Louis
- Gros (grape), another name for Elbling, a variety of white grape (sp. Vitis vinifera) grown in the upstream parts of the Mosel region in Germany and in Luxembourg
- GROS, abbreviation for the General Register Office for Scotland
- Augustus Asplet Le Gros (1840–1877), Norman language poet from Jersey and a Jurat of the Royal Court of Jersey
- Antoine-Jean Gros (1771–1835), French History and neoclassical painter
- Bartholomew le Gros A prelate of French origin in the Kingdom of Hungary in the 13th century
- Brigitte Gros (1925-1985), French journalist and politician
- Charles Le Gros, anglicized as Charles the Fat, (839–888); King of The Franks, Alemannia, Italy, East Francia, and West Francia
- Jean-Baptiste Louis Gros (1793–1870), French ambassador and one of the first daguerrotypists
- Jules Gros (1890–1992), Breton linguist
- Henry I of Navarre, also known as Henri le Gros; Count of Champagne, King of Navarre 1244-1274.
- Pierre Le Gros the Elder (1629–1714), French sculptor working primarily at Versailles
- Pierre Le Gros the Younger (1666–1719), French sculptor working primarily in Rome
- Piet Gros (born 1964), Dutch chemist
- Sara Gros Aspiroz (born 1983), Spanish ski mountaineer
- William le Gros, 1st Earl of Albemarle (died 1179), Count of Aumale, Earl of York, and Lord of Holderness
- Le Gros-Theil, a commune in the Eure departement, France
- Groş, a village of Hunedoara, Hunedoara County, Transylvania, Romania
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