Ramón

Ramón or Ramon may refer to:

People

*Ramón (singer), Spanish singer who represented Spain in the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest
*Ramon Dekker, Dutch muay thai fighter
*Ramón Emeterio Betances (1827-1898), Puerto Rican nationalist
*Ramón Fumadó (born 1981), Venezuelan diver
*Ramón González (born 1966), Cuban javelin thrower
*Ramón Gómez de la Serna (1888–1963), Spanish author and dramatist frequently abbreviated as Ramón
*Ramón Hernández (born 1976), Venezuelan baseball player for the Baltimore Orioles
*Ramón Jiménez Gaona (born 1969), Paraguayan discus thrower
*Ramon Magsaysay (1907-1957), third president of the Third Philippine Republic
*Ramón Novarro (1899-1968), Mexican actor who achieved fame as a "Latin lover" in silent films
*Ramón Osni Moreira Lage (born 1988) Brazilian Footballer
*Ramón del Valle-Inclán (1866-1936), Spanish dramatist and novelist
*Ramón Vinay (1911-1996), Chilean opera singer
*Gaston Ramon (1886 - 1963), French veterinarian and biologist
*Haim Ramon (born 1950), Israeli politician and former Minister of Justice
*Ilan Ramon (1954-2003), Israeli Air Force pilot and an astronaut, killed in the 2003 Space Shuttle "Columbia" disaster
*Steve Ramon (born 1979), Belgian motorcross racer
*Ramón, Retired Argentinian footballer (last club was Argentinos Juniors)

Localities

*Mitzpe Ramon, small township located on the edge of Ramon crater
*Ramon Crater, a large natural crater in the Israeli Negev desert
*Ramon, Isabela, municipality in the Philippines
*Ramon, Russia, an urban-type settlement in Voronezh Oblast, Russia
*Ramon Magsaysay, Zamboanga del Sur, a municipality in the Philippines

Other

*Ramón tree, an alternative common name for the Breadnut tree ("Brosimum alicastrum")
*Ramon (King of Fighters), a video game character in the "King of Fighters" series


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  • Ramón — Ramon bzw. Ramón ist die spanische Form des männlichen Vornamens Raimund oder Rainer ein Ort in Russland, siehe Ramon (Russland) ein Ort in New Mexico, in den Vereinigten Staaten, siehe Ramon (New Mexico) eine Verwaltungsgemeinde in der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ramon — bzw. Ramón ist: die spanische Form des männlichen Vornamens Raimund oder Rainer ein Ort in Russland, siehe Ramon (Russland) ein Ort in New Mexico, in den Vereinigten Staaten, siehe Ramon (New Mexico) eine Verwaltungsgemeinde in der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ramón — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Ramón es un nombre propio de varón, también es el nombre de una ciudad de Rusia, de un árbol tropical, y su fruta. Árbol Brosimum alicastrum, árbol tropical. Personajes Ramón, cantante español; Ramón Calderón, ex… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Ramón — Pas d image ? Cliquez ici. Situation actuelle Période pro 2005 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • RAMON (G.) — RAMON GASTON (1886 1963) Après des études secondaires au lycée de Sens, Gaston Ramon entre à l’École vétérinaire d’Alfort. Là, il s’intéresse moins à la médecine vétérinaire qu’au travail de laboratoire. Le professeur Vallée, chargé de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • ramon — Ramon, m. acut. Est en commun langage Picard, ce que Balay en commun langage François, Scopae, Euerriculum. Le mot vient du Latin Ramus, par ce que tels ramons ou balais sont faits de rameaux d arbres ou de brins de genest, ou autre virgulte… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • Ramón — m Spanish form of RAYMOND (SEE Raymond). This name is in frequent use in America among people of Hispanic descent, but has not been taken up outside such communities to anything like the same extent as the feminine form RAMONA (SEE Ramona). Pet… …   First names dictionary

  • ramon — [ʀamɔ̃] n. m. ÉTYM. XIIIe; dér. de l anc. franç. ram, raim, qui a aussi donné rameau. ❖ ♦ Régional. Balai de branchages. ❖ DÉR. Ramoner …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Ramon — Ramon, Raymond, Rémond Nom de personne d origine germanique, Raginmund (ragin = conseil + mund = protection) …   Noms de famille

  • ramon — Ramon. sub. m. Balay. Il n est en usage qu en quelques Provinces …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française


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