Fabre is a surname of Occitan French origin, and may refer to:

  • André Fabre (born 1945), French thoroughbred horse racing trainer
  • Cindy Fabre (born 1985), Miss France for 2005
  • Dominique Fabre (novelist), French novelist
  • Dominique Fabre (b. 1960), French novelist
  • Édouard Fabre (1885–1939), Canadian runner
  • Édouard-Charles Fabre (1827–1896), former archbishop of Montreal
  • Fabre d'Églantine (1750–1794), French dramatist and revolutionary
  • Fabre d'Olivet (1767–1825), French author, poet, and composer
  • François-Xavier Fabre (1766–1837), French painter of historical subjects
  • Giuseppe Fabre (1910–2007), Italian Lieutenant General and skier
  • Hector Fabre (1834–1910), Canadian politician and diplomat
  • Henri Fabre (1882–1984), French aviator and inventor of Le Canard
  • Jan Fabre (born 1958), Belgian stage director
  • Jean-Henri Fabre (1823–1915), French entomologist
  • Laurent Fabre (born 1968), French ski mountaineer
  • Pascal Fabre (born 1960), French Formula One driver
  • Valentine Fabre (born 1976), French ski mountaineer
  • Luke fon Fabre (ND2000), a fictional character from the video game, Tales of the Abyss

Other articles related to "fabre":

Liber Censuum - Later Editions and Legacy
... The original version of the Liber Censuum was identified by Paul Fabre in the Vatican Library (ms Vat ... of Cencius would have appeared, have been produced by Fabre and Louis Duchesne (1910) ... Fabre's identification of other portions of the Liber Censuum, for example the alleged acquiescence of King Harthacanute to ecclesiastical taxation, are more controversial ...
Saint-Édouard-de-Fabre, Quebec
... Saint-Édouard-de-Fabre is a parish municipality in western Quebec, Canada, in the Témiscamingue Regional County Municipality ... It is named after Édouard-Charles Fabre ...
Marius Fabre
... Marius Fabre (born in Marseille on 18 April 1890 died in Paris on 16 March 1945) was off-and-on world champion in International draughts from 1926 to 1931 ... The "Coup Fabre" move is named for him ...
Australian Commonwealth Party
... The sole candidate, Max Fabre, sought to stand against William McMahon in the seat of Lowe but his nomination was refused over a deposit technicality ... dramatic eleventh-hour action in the High Court went against Mr Fabre and the party ... The open letter, signed by the party's chairman Max Fabre, enquired 'Has forgotten that Australia was a Commonwealth when the British Empire was in short pants?' ...
La Coupe - Winners Since 1980
... Asmussen François Boutin Gerry Oldham 239.70 1983 Zalataia 4 Freddy Head André Fabre Francis Baral 224.50 1984 Garde Royale 4 Gérard Dubroeucq. 236.50 1990 French Glory 4 Cash Asmussen André Fabre Khalid Abdullah 232.50 1991 Art Bleu 4 Dominique Boeuf Elie Lellouche Daniel Wildenstein 209.30 1992 Wiorno 4 Thierry. 209.30 1998 Public Purse 4 Alain Junk André Fabre Khalid Abdullah 203.50 1999 Ultimately Lucky 4 Alain Junk Jean-Paul Gallorini Jocelyne Sénéchal 205.40 2000 Slickly 4 Sylvain Guillot ...