Fleur is French for flower. It may refer to:

  • Fleur (given name)
  • Flëur, a Ukrainian music band
  • "Fleur" (short story), a Native American short story written by Louise Erdrich
  • Ma Fleur, a 2007 jazz/electronica album by The Cinematic Orchestra
  • Fleurs an album by synthpop group Former Ghosts

Other articles related to "fleur":

Marie St. Fleur - Political Career
... Fleur's withdrawal received additional media attention when it was mentioned in an exchange between Reilly and rivals for the Democratic nomination Deval Patrick and Chris Gabrieli during the ... Fleur's finances to the Boston Globe ... Fleur can’t be lieutenant governor, how can you be governor?” She supports charter schools and in-state tuition for illegal immigrants (for Undocumented Aliens) ...
Symbols Of Brussels - Emblem
... said that the iris would be inspirated on the French fleur-de-lis, however without any serious evidence ... The case of the fleur-de-lis is deeply scrutinized by M ... Whether the fleur-de-lis was inspired by a real iris, broom, furze or lotus is not known and not really important ...
Loitering With Intent - Plot Introduction
... Fleur Talbot is struggling to complete her first novel, Warrender Chase, in early 1950s London ... Fleur assists in this and gains valuable source material for her novel whilst growing increasingly suspicious that Sir Quentin may be blackmailing the association's ... Sir Quentin meanwhile discovers Fleur's novel-in-progress and seeks to suppress it as it reveals his evil plans ...
Marie St. Fleur
... Fleur (born May 4, 1962 in Grande-Rivière-du-Nord, Haiti) is a former Massachusetts State Representative who represented the Fifth Suffolk district from 1999-2011 ... Fleur was one of the most active supporters of John Kerry's presidential bid, often traveling to Florida to do outreach on his behalf ... Fleur was appointed Vice-Chair of the powerful Ways and Means Committee by House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi, a leadership position that has tremendous influence in the budget process ...