The name derives from "ferrum", the Latin word for "iron", being originally a surname stating the profession of its bearer, literally a "farrier" with its etymological cognate in the Italian "Ferrari". Many French surnames are used with the definite article as a prefix (Lefebvre, Lefèvre; archaic spellings are LeFevre, LeFèvre), with the partitive article as a prefix (Dufaure), or without article/prefix (Favre, Faure), but the meaning is the same.
It may refer to:
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