Pierre

Pierre is a masculine given name. It is a French form of the name Peter (it can also be a surname and a place name). Pierre originally means "rock" or "stone" in French (derived from the Greek word "petros" meaning "stone, rock", via Latin "petra"). See also Peter.

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The Dreamers (film) - Cast
... Green as Isabelle Louis Garrel as Théo Anna Chancellor as Mother Robin Renucci as Father Jean-Pierre Kalfon as Himself Jean-Pierre Leaud as Himself Florian Cadiou ...
I Don't Kiss - Plot
... Pierre, an idealistic twenty-year-old man, leaves his home in a remote district of the Pyrenees to travel to Paris, hoping to break away from his restrictive provincial life ... Nevertheless, she manages to get Pierre a job as a hospital orderly ... and the intellectual television personality, Romain, is fascinated by Pierre but insists his interest is platonic ...
Pierre Baillot
... Pierre Marie François de Sales Baillot (1 October 1771 – 15 September 1842) was a French violinist and composer born in Passy ... Battista Viotti and taught at the Paris Conservatoire together with Pierre Rode (also a pupil of Viotti) and Rodolphe Kreutzer, who wrote the conservatoire's official violin method (published in the early 19th century) ...
Olivia Joules And The Overactive Imagination - Main Characters
... by Devorée, a celebrity, she meets Pierre Feramo ... Pierre Feramo seems to be drawn to her because she is English, polite, and very decent ... Pierre Feramo — The extravagantly rich, suave and handsome playboy who seems to be falling in love with Olivia Joules ...
Pierre - Other
... Pierre, the capital of the U.S ... state of South Dakota Pierre, a Chrono Cross playable character Pierre or, The Ambiguities, a novel by Herman Melville Carl Ouellet, Canadian professional wrestler - his ring ...

Famous quotes containing the word pierre:

    In Pierre Elliot Trudeau, Canada has at last produced a political leader worthy of assassination.
    Irving Layton (b. 1912)