- Aigle (disambiguation)
Aigle is a French word which means "
It may also refer to:
Aigle, a municipality of the canton of Vaud, Switzerland
L'Aigle, a commune in the "départment" of Orne, in France.
Aigle (district), a district of the canton of Vaud, Switzerland
Aigle (rocket), a French sounding rocket.
Aigle (company), a French clothing brand.
Caroline Aigle, the first woman to become fighter pilotin the Armée de l'Air.
**Aigle, a character in the video games "
Rumble Roses" and " Rumble Roses XX".
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