Coccinelle (disambiguation)

Coccinelle (disambiguation)

Coccinelle is the French word for a ladybug (or ladybird). It may refer to:

  • a French transsexual actress and entertainer, see Coccinelle
  • an Italian leatherware and shoe manufacturer, see Coccinelle (manufacturer)
  • Coccinelle (software) - a framework for refactoring of C source code
  • the French nickname for the Volkswagen Beetle

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