Paris (disambiguation)

Paris is the capital of France.

Paris may also refer to:

People

* Paris (mythology), legendary figure of the Trojan War
* Paris (actor under Domitian), actor in Rome under the emperor Domitian

urname

* Barry Paris, an author
* Jackie Paris, American jazz singer and guitarist
* John Paris Jr., Canadian hockey coach
* John Ayrton Paris, physician.
* Lucius Domitius Paris, actor in Rome under Nero
* Matthew Paris, thirteenth-century English monk and historian
* Pierre-Adrien Pâris (1745–1819), French architect
* Sarina Paris, Canadian pop vocalist
* Twila Paris, a female Christian singer

Given name

* Paris Barclay, emmy award winning american television director
* Paris Bennett, singer who was a finalist and fifth-place finisher on the fifth season of "American Idol"
* Paris Hilton, socialite, model, singer, actress, and heiress
* Paris Latsis, Greek shipping heir who was briefly engaged to Paris Hilton
* Paris Simmons (born 1990), English football (soccer) player
* Paris (rapper), a rapper from San Francisco

Fictional characters

* Count Paris, character in William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet"
* Paris Carver, a James Bond character
* Paris Geller, female character on the television series "Gilmore Girls"
* Owen Paris, character on the television series "Star Trek: Voyager" and father of Tom Paris
* Tom Paris, character on the television series "Star Trek: Voyager"

Nobility

* "Count of Paris" is a title held by senior members of the House of Orléans

Geography

Canada

* Paris, Ontario
* Paris, Yukon

Europe

* Paris, France
* Paris, Denmark

Kiribati

* Paris, Kiribati

United States

* New Paris, Indiana
* New Paris, Ohio
* New Paris, Pennsylvania
* Paris, Arkansas
* Paris, Dakota Territory, now Beresford, South Dakota
* Paris, Idaho
* Paris, Illinois
* Paris, Kentucky
* Paris, Maine
* Paris, Michigan
* Paris, Missouri
* Paris, New York
* Paris, Ohio
* Paris, Pennsylvania
* Paris, Tennessee
* Paris, Texas
* Paris, Virginia
* Paris, Grant County, Wisconsin
* Paris, Kenosha County, Wisconsin
* Paris Township, Michigan
* South Paris, Maine
* St. Paris, Ohio
* West Paris, Maine

Botany

* Paris (genus), genus of plants
* Paris quadrifolia, flora of Europe

Film & television

* Fictional town in New South Wales, Australia that was the setting for the 1974 film The Cars That Ate Paris, directed by Peter Weir
* "Paris" (1926 film), a 1926 MGM film, starring Charles Ray, Joan Crawford, and Douglas Gilmore
* "Paris" (2008 film), a 2008 film directed by Cédric Klapisch
* "Paris, France" (film), a Canadian film released in 1993, directed by Jerry Ciccoritti and written by Tom Walmsley
* "Paris, je t'aime", a 2006 film
* "Paris, Texas" (film), directed by Wim Wenders
* "Paris" (TV series), a 1970s TV series starring James Earl Jones
* "Paris" (British TV series), a 1994 TV series starring Alexei Sayle and Neil Morrissey, written by Graham Linehan and Arthur Mathews
*"Paris" (2008 Documentary), a 3 part series, exploring the history and sites of Paris.

Music

* Paris (band), the mid-1970s project by ex-Fleetwood Mac guitarist Bob Welch (musician)
* Paris, Texas (band), a music band
* "Paris" (1928 musical), the 1928 Cole Porter musical
* "Paris" (2003 musical), a musical written by Australian rock musician Jon English
* Paris (rapper), Oakland black nationalist rap artist
* Paris, Tokyo, a single by Lupe Fiasco
* "Paris" (La Oreja de Van Gogh album), the 2004 re-edition of "Lo que te conté mientras te hacías la dormida" (2003) by La Oreja de Van Gogh
* "Paris" (Malcolm McLaren album), a 1997 concept album by Malcolm McLaren
* "Paris" (Paris Hilton album), Paris Hilton's debut album
* "Paris" (Putumayo album), a 2006 world music compilation album.
* "Paris" (Supertramp album), a 1980 double-disc live album by "Supertramp"
* "Paris" (The Cure album), a 1993 live album by "The Cure"
* "Paris" (The Flowers of Romance album), a 2006 concept album by "The Flowers of Romance"
* The rock group Poison used the name Paris in its early history

Other

* "Paris Group" of French nuclear scientists 1939-40 see Tube Alloys
* "City of Paris", U. S. Supreme Court case (see List of United States Supreme Court cases, volume 76)
* City of Paris Dry Goods Co., a department store now defunct in San Francisco, California, named after the founder's ship
* Paris, an AMD Sempron computer processor
* Paris Las Vegas, casino in Las Vegas, Nevada
* Plaster of Paris, building material based on anhydrous gypsum
* The Morane-Saulnier MS-760 "Paris" light jet aircraft
*Paris, a French battleship.
* "Paris France" is a novel written by Gertrude Stein in 1940.

ee also

* Parisian (disambiguation)
* Parisii (disambiguation)
* Parris (disambiguation)
* Perris, California


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