Perrin may refer to:
*Perrin Air Force Base, located in rural Grayson County, Texas
*Perrin friction factors, in hydrodynamics
*Perrin number, in mathematics
*Perrin's Beaked Whale, the newest species of Beaked Whale to be described (1975)
*Perrin's cave beetle, an extinct freshwater beetle from France
*Perrin, Texas, an unincorporated community in southeastern Jack County, Texas (USA)
**Perrin-Whitt Consolidated Independent School District, a public school district
*Towers Perrin, a global professional services firm


*Perrin Beatty (born 1950), corporate executive and former Canadian politician
*Perrin Kaplan, vice president of Marketing & Corporate Affairs for Nintendo of America Inc
*Abner Monroe Perrin (1827–1864), Confederate general during the American Civil War
*Alain Perrin (born 1956), French association football coach and manager of Olympique Lyonnais
*Austen D Perrin, CFO of New Zealand's largest transport company, Toll NZ
* Carlo Perrin (born 1946), Italian politician
*Claude Victor-Perrin, duc de Belluno (1764–1841), marshal of France during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars
*Daniel Perrin (1642-1719), one of the first permanent European inhabitants of Staten Island, New York
*Don Perrin (born 1964), Canadian writer and former military officer
*Elula Perrin (1929—2004), French-Vietnamese writer
* Elzéar Abeille de Perrin (1843-1910 ou 1911), French entomologist
*Eric Perrin (born 1975), NHL center for Atlanta Thrasers
*Francis Perrin (actor) (born 1947), French actor, scriptwriter and film maker
*Francis Perrin (1901-1992), French physicist, son of Jean Perrin
* Fred Perrin, French weapons, tactics, and combat specialist
* Geneviève Perrin-Gaillard (1947-), femme politique française
*Harold Perrin (c.1878–1948), British aviation pioneer
*Jack Perrin (1896–1967), American actor specializing in westerns
*Jacques Perrin (born 1941), French actor and film maker
*Jean-Baptiste Perrin (1870-1942), French physicist (Nobel prize 1926)
*Jim Perrin, British rock climber and travel writer
* Joseph Perrin (1754-1800), French general
*Marguerite Perrin (born 1961), cast member of FOX network's Trading Spouses
* Maurice Perrin (1826-1889), French surgery
*Nat Perrin (1905-1998), a comedy writer
*Noel Perrin (1927–2004), American essayist and a professor at Dartmouth College
*Percy Perrin (1876-1945), English cricketer, played for Essex
*Philippe Perrin (born 1963), test pilot and former CNES and European Space Agency astronaut
*Ronald Edward Perrin (1931–1997), British cathedral organist
*Steve Perrin (born 1946), American game designer and technical writer/editor
*Vic Perrin (1916–1989), American actor and voice artist
*William Perrin (1831–1903), convict transported to Western Australia, later becoming a school teacher


*Cecile Laveau-Perrin, character in Jacqueline Carey's Kushiel's Legacy series
*Perrin (Star Trek), fictional character in the Star Trek universe
*Perrin Aybara, a main character of Robert Jordan's epic fantasy The Wheel of Time
*The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin, a novel and British sitcom written by David Nobbs

ee also

*Lea & Perrins, a United Kingdom food company, originating in Worcester

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  • Perrin — ist der Name folgender Personen: Abner Monroe Perrin (1827 1864), General der Army of Northern Virginia Alain Perrin (* 1956), französischer Fußballtrainer Bernadette Perrin Riou (* 1955), französische Mathematikerin Daniel Perrin (* 1961),… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • PERRIN (J.) — PERRIN JEAN (1870 1942) Physicien français né à Lille et mort à New York. Professeur à la faculté des Sciences de Paris (1910 1940), Prix Nobel de physique (1926), Jean Perrin a apporté une contribution importante à la conception atomique et à sa …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Perrin —   [pɛ rɛ̃], Jean Baptiste, französischer Physikochemiker, * Lille 30. 9. 1870, ✝ New York 17. 4. 1942; 1910 Professor in Paris, emigrierte 1941 in die USA. Perrin wies 1895 die negative Ladung der Kathodenstrahlen nach und bestätigte… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Perrin — (spr. Perräng), 1) Jean Charles Nicaise, geb. 1754 in Paris, Historienmaler, Schüler von Doyen; wurde 1806 Director der Ecole gratuite de mathématique et physique, ausgezeichnet dadurch, daß er an die durch David bewirkte neue Richtung der Kunst… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Perrin — (spr. äng), Pierre, franz. Dichter, aus Lyon gebürtig, gest. 1680 in Paris, war in Verbindung mit dem Komponisten Robert Cambert Begründer der französischen Oper. Weiteres s. Cambert …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Perrin — (spr. päräng), Pierre, genannt Abbè P., der Dichter der ersten franz. Opern unter Ludwig XIV., geb. um 1620 zu Lyon, gest. 25. April 1675 zu Paris …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Perrin — Perrin, Jean Baptiste …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Perrin — (Jean) (1870 1942) physicien français. Il étudia les rayons cathodiques et mesura le nombre d Avogadro. P. Nobel 1926 …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Perrin — (izg. perȇn), Jean (1870 1942) DEFINICIJA francuski fizičar i kemičar, istraživao katodne i rendgenske zrake, bavio se problemom određivanja molekularne težine i sedimentne ravnoteže; Nobelova nagrada za fiziku 1926 …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Perrin — [pe ran′] Jean Baptiste [zhän bȧ tēst′] 1870 1942; Fr. physicist …   English World dictionary

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