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Subject: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (film), TLAs from QAA to TZZ
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Ron is a shortening of the name Ronald.

Ron or RON may also refer to:


  • Places 1
  • People 2
    • Mononym 2.1
    • Surname 2.2
    • Given name 2.3
    • Fictional characters 2.4
  • See also 3




  • Ron (singer) or Rosalino Cellamare (born 1953), Italian singer-songwriter


  • Dana Ron (born 1964), Israeli computer scientist and professor
  • DJ Lord Ron or Michael LaRon Stringer (born 1962), American DJ and record producer
  • Emri Ron (born 1936), Israeli politician
  • Erik Ron (born 1985), American musician and producer
  • Ivo Ron (born 1967), Ecuadorian football player
  • Jason De Ron (born 1973), Australian musician
  • José Ron (born 1981), Mexican actor
  • Liat Ron, actress, dancer and dance instructor
  • Lior Ron (born 1982), Israeli-American film and trailer composer and musician
  • Michael Røn (born 1984), Danish-born Norwegian footballer
  • Moshe Ron (1925-2001), Israeli materials scientist
  • OG Ron C or Ronald Coleman (born 1973), American record producer, radio personality, DJ, and executive
  • Pan Ron, Cambodian singer and songwriter
  • Ron Ron or Ronald White, American rapper and director
  • Yuval Ron, Israeli musician

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Fictional characters

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