Concept

Rémy (name)

Summary
Rémy, Remy, Rémi or Remi (ʁemi, ˈrɛmi,_ˈriːmi,_ˈreɪmi) is a name of French origin, and is associated with the Latin name Remigius. It is used as either a surname or as a male or female given name. People with the name Remy include: Given name
  • Saint Rémy or Saint Remigius (437–533), baptised Clovis I, King of the Franks
  • Achille Rémy Percheron (1797–1869), French entomologist
  • Jean Rémy Ayouné, former foreign minister of Gabon
  • Jean-Rémy Badio (died 2007), freelance Haitian photographer and journalist
  • Jean-Rémy Bessieux, Roman Catholic missionary and bishop
  • Jean-Rémy Moët, French wine merchant, ran the Moët et Chandon house founded by his grandfather
  • Caroline Rémy de Guebhard, French writer
  • Nicolas Rémy Maire, French bowmaker
  • Rémy Vincent Andrianjanaka, Malagasy politician
  • Rémy Belleau, French renaissance poet
  • Rémy Belvaux, Belgian actor
  • Remy Bonjasky (born 1976), Suriname-born Dutch professional K-1 kickboxer
  • Rémy Cabella, French footballer
  • Rémy
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