Royer

Royer may refer to:

Surnames
  • Alain de Royer-Dupre, French racehorse trainer
  • Alphonse Royer, French writer
  • Augustin Royer, French astronomer
  • Bentley Royer, a Dominican politician
  • Casey Royer, American drummer
  • Charles Royer, former mayor of Seattle
  • Clémence Royer (1830-1902), French scientist and feminist
  • Daniel Royer, Austrian footballer
  • Hugh Royer, Jr., American golfer
  • Joseph-Nicolas-Pancrace Royer, French composer
  • Lee "Rock" Royer, American football coach
  • Michelle Royer, former Miss USA
  • Mike Royer, a number of people of the same name
  • Pierre Paul Royer-Collard, French statesman and philosopher
  • William Royer, an American politician.
Places
  • Royer, Saône-et-Loire, a commune in the French region of Bourgogne
In electronics
  • Royer oscillator

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