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    (Wikipedia) - Rey
    Look up rey in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

    Rey means "king" in Spanish and Occitan, derived from the Latin rex. It is used as a surname throughout the world. It is also used as a given name for both males and females, sometimes as an alternative to Raymond. It is also referred as friend in Telugu.

    Contents
    • 1 People with the given name Rey
    • 2 People with the surname Rey
    • 3 Fictional characters named Rey
    • 4 Places
    • 5 Other uses
    • 6 See also

    People with the given name Rey
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    • Domingo Rey d''Harcourt, Spanish military officer
    • Rey Bucanero, the ring name of wrestler Arturo García Ortiz
    • Rey Galang, Filipino martial artist
    • Rey Maualuga, American college football player
    • Rey Mysterio Jr., the ring name of wrestler Oscar Gutierrez
    • Rey Misterio, the ring name of wrestler Miguel Ángel López Díaz
    • Rey Pagtakhan, Canadian parliamentarian
    • Rey Quiñones, Puerto Rican baseball player
    • Rey Ruiz, Cuban singer
    • Rey Sánchez, Puerto Rican baseball player
    • Rey Valera, Filipino musician
    • Rej Volpato, Italian footballer
    • Rey Washam, American drummer
    • Rey Angelo Mina, Filipino Football Player
    People with the surname Rey
    • Alain Rey, French linguist, lexicographer and radio personality
    • Alain Rey (ski mountaineer), Swiss ski mountaineer
    • Alejandro Rey, Argentine actor
    • Alexandre Rey (born 22 September 1972) a former Swiss footballer
    • Alvino Rey, American musician
    • André Rey, French professional football goalkeeper
    • André Rey, Swiss psychologist
    • Anthony Rey, French Jesuit
    • Barret Rey, American college baseball coach
    • Fernando Rey, the stage name of Spanish-born actor Fernando Casado D''Arambillet
    • Gabriel Venance Rey, French general of the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars
    • Hans Rey, German cyclist
    • H.A. Rey and Margret Rey, authors of the Curious George series of children''s books
    • Micheline Calmy-Rey, Swiss politician
    • Jean-Baptiste Rey (1734-1810), French conductor and composer
    • Jean Rey (politician), Belgian Liberal politician, former president of the European Commission
    • Jean Rey (physician),French physician and chemist
    • Jean-Yves Rey, Swiss ski mountaineer
    • José Manuel Rey, Venezuelan football player
    • Julio Rey, Spanish marathon runner
    • Louis Emmanuel Rey, French general of the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars
    • Luis Rey, Spanish-Mexican artist and Led Zeppelin expert
    • Nicholas Andrew Rey United States ambassador
    • Paola Rey, Colombian actress
    • Robert Rey, plastic surgeon and subject of Dr. 90210 reality television show
    • Tony Rey (musician), American guitarist
    • Willy Rey, Playboy Playmate of the Month, February 1971
    Fictional characters named Rey
    • Samandahl Rey comic book character
    • Rey Yan (Chronicles of the Cursed sword) anime character
    • Rey Za Burrel Gundam anime character
    • Rey Curtis, Law & Order detective, played by Benjamin Bratt
    Places Other uses
    • Rey (film), an Indian film
    • The Rey Commission of the European Union
    • Ulmus ''Golden Rey'', a variant of Chinese Elm tree
    • Cristo Rey (disambiguation), "Christ the King"
    • Rey Miguel brand of premium cigars
    • Rey-Swimline made by actress Jessica Rey
    • Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure, a psychological test created by André Rey
    • Rey Productions Games Developers
    • Marina del Rey, title of a song by US country music artist George Strait
    • Rey (band), a Japanese band who perform theme songs
    • Corey Lewis, a comic book creator also known as "Rey"

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