Girault

Girault is a surname, and may refer to:

In people:

  • Arsène Napoleon Girault (1801-1874), one of the founding faculty of the US Naval Academy.
  • Alexandre Arsène Girault (1884–1941), American entomologist. Arsène Napoleon Girault's great-grandson.
  • Charles Girault (1851–1932), French architect
  • Charles François Girault (b. 1818), French mathematician
  • Joseph-Philibert Girault de Prangey (1804–1892), French photographer and draughtsman
  • Martine Girault, singer
  • Olivier Girault (b. 1973), French handball player
  • Stephen Girault
  • Ron Girault (b. 1986), American football safety

In botany:

  • Rosa 'Alexandre Girault', a rose cultivar originating from Orléans, France and developed in 1907 by Barbier Frères & Compagnie. It is not named after the American entomologist. See List of rose cultivars named after people.
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Cinquantenaire - History
... the 1880 exhibition have now mainly been replaced with the triumphal arcade designed by Charles Girault in 1904 and the large halls on both sides, leaving only the glass ... Leopold, was the French architect Charles Girault ... Girault changed the design from a single arch to a tri-parte arch, began a course of round-the-clock construction in a final push ...
Charles Girault
... Charles-Louis Girault (1851–1932) was a French architect ... Girault died in Paris in 1932 ...
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... Girault was a controversial and eccentric figure ... Most of these were in the form of essays or poetry (Girault's other great passion) ... —Alexandre Arsène Girault, Some Insects never before seen by Mankind (1920) ...