Rouge is the French word for "red" and may refer to:
- Rouge (cosmetics), a cosmetic used to color the cheeks and emphasize the cheekbones
- Rouge (film), a 1987 Hong Kong film
- Rouge (film journal), an online film journal
- Rouge (football) or single, a score of one point in Canadian football
- ROUGE (metric), an evaluation metric used in natural language processing
- Rouge (newspaper), a weekly newspaper published by the Revolutionary Communist League in France
- Rouge (pop group), a Brazilian girl band
- Rouge (TV series), an MTV series about an Asian girl band
- Rouge, Toronto, neighbourhood in Toronto
- Rouge de l'Ouest, a breed of sheep
- The Rouge or Ford River Rouge Complex, a Ford factory in Michigan, USA
- Rouge (wrestler), Mexican professional wrestler
In fictional characters:
- Rouge (Power Stone), a character in Power Stone media
- Rouge (Ranma½), a character in Ranma ½ media
- Rouge the Bat, a character in Sonic the Hedgehog media
Other articles related to "rouge":
... Rouge River Bridge is a series of 170 metres (560 ft) spans carrying traffic on Highway 401 (Ontario) over the Rouge River (Ontario) ... not a single bridge, but rather several spans of highway overpasses over the Rouge River ... of traffic in total, and run parallel to a section of Kingston Road that spans across the Rouge River on the north side ...
... ROUGE-N N-gram based co-occurrence statistics ... ROUGE-L Longest Common Subsequence (LCS) based statistics ... ROUGE-W Weighted LCS-based statistics that favors consecutive LCSes ...
... Some important Belgian marbles are Rouge Belge including Rouge de Rance and Rouge Royal ...
... The Rouge de l'Ouest (also known as Tête rouge du Maine) is breed of domestic sheep originating in France ... The Rouge was originally a dairy sheep breed used to produce Camembert cheese, but is now primarily raised for meat ... Particularly, Rouge rams are used as sires for market lambs ...
Famous quotes containing the word rouge:
“With the old kindness, the old distinguished grace,
She lies, her lovely piteous head amid dull red hair
Propped upon pillows, rouge on the pallor of her face.
She would not have us sad because she is lying there,
And when she meets our gaze her eyes are laughter-lit,
Her speech a wicked tale that we may vie with her....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)