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Lallemant is a French surname that may originate in the phrase "l’Allemand", meaning "the German." Variants of the name include: Laleman, Lalemand, Lalemant, Lalleman, L'allemand, and Lallemand. It may refer to:
- Charles Lallemant (1587–1674), the first superior of the Jesuit missions in Canada
- Louis Lallemant (1588–1635) was a French Jesuit
- Jérôme Lalemant (1593–1673), a Jesuit priest who came to Canada in 1638
- Gabriel Lallemant (1610–1649), a Jesuit missionary, one of the eight Canadian Martyrs, a patron saint of Canada
- Jacques-Philippe Lallemant (1660–1748), a French Jesuit
- François Antoine "Charles" Lallemand (1774–1839) was a French general who served Napoléon I
- And also
- Fritz L’Allemand (1812-1866), Austrian historical painter, whose most well known picture may be "Court banquet in the gardens of Schőnbrunn Palace on the centenary of the Militär-Maria-Theresia-Ordens" (1857).
- Theo Lalleman (1946-2013), Dutch artist and writer
- Talbot, Lester Raymond (1912). Le Français et sa patrie: for elementary reading in schools and.... Original from Harvard University: Benj. H. Sanborn & Co. p. 203.
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