Noir

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Noir (or noire) is the French word for black. It may also refer to:

Places[edit]

In Canada

In France

In Guadeloupe

In the Republic of the Congo

People[edit]

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Comics[edit]

Fictional entities[edit]

Games[edit]

  • Discworld Noir, an adventure game released in 1999 by GT Interactive
  • L.A. Noire, a video game by Rockstar Games which was released in May 2011 with a re-release in November 2017
  • Noir: A Shadowy Thriller, a video game by Cyberdreams, released in 1996
  • Trente et Quarante (English translation: Thirty and Forty), a gambling game also called Rouge et Noir (English translation: Red and White)

Genres[edit]

Music[edit]

Groups and labels

  • Noir (band), a South Korean boy band which debuted in 2018
  • Noir, a poetic/techno music duo comprising Georg Kajanus and Tim Dry
  • Noir, Danish house and techno producer

Albums

Other uses in music

Other arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Brands and enterprises[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Legion Noire (English translation: Black Legion), a military unit of the French Revolutionary Army
  • Royale Noir, a Windows XP theme

See also[edit]