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|Pronunciation||//; Irish: [ˈrˠoːʃiːnʲ] or /rˠoːˈʃiːnʲ/|
|Region of origin||Irish|
|Related names||Róisín Dubh, Rose, Rosie|
- Roisin Carty, dialect coach for motion pictures
- Roisin Conaty, English comedian
- Roisin Dunne, guitarist in the group 7 Year Bitch
- Róisín Egenton (born 1977), winner of the 2000 Rose of Tralee
- Róisín Ingle, Journalist for the Irish Times
- Róisín McAliskey (born 1971), Irish political activist
- Roisin McAuley, TV reporter and author
- Roisin McGettigan (born 1980), Irish athlete
- Róisín Monaghan (born 1979), Irish American actress
- Róisín Murphy (born 1973), Irish singer/songwriter
- Róisín O (born 1988), Irish singer/songwriter
- Róisín Shortall (born 1954), Irish politician
- Róisín Dubh is a common Irish translation of the nationalistic poem "Dark Rosaleen" by James Clarence Mangan, and a personification of Ireland.
- "Róisín Dubh" is a 16th-century Irish song translated into English by Pádraig Pearse.
- The Róisín Dubh is a renowned music venue in Galway.
- The Thin Lizzy Album Black Rose: A Rock Legend references Róisín Dubh in both title and the final track.
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