Alain may refer to:

  • Alain (name), both a surname and common given name
  • 1969 Alain (1935 CG), a Main-belt Asteroid discovered in 1935
  • Alain, Iran, a village in Tehran Province, Iran
  • Al Ain International Airport in the United Arab Emirates
  • Alain Afflelou, French retail chain specializing in optical services and sales of the Alain Afflelou brand of eyewear
  • Alain (crab), Pinnotheridae genus
  • Alain Van Kerckhoven Editeur, classical music publishing company based in Brussels, Belgium
  • Émile Chartier (1868–1951), French philosopher and antimilitarist commonly known as Alain
  • Prix Alain-Grandbois or Alain Grandbois Prize is awarded each year to an author for a book of poetry
  • Rosa 'Alain', popular red floribunda rose variety
  • Val-Alain, Quebec, village of 950 people in Quebec, Canada

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... Writer(s) Compositor(s) "Putain ça penche" 353 Alain Souchon Laurent Voulzy "J'aimais mieux quand c'était toi" 402 Alain Souchon Alain Souchon "Bonjour ...
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Alain Acard
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Alain, Bishop Of Auxerre
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