Rollo (disambiguation)


Rollo (disambiguation)

Rollo has multiple meanings. It may mean: ;a first name
* Rollo Armstrong, member of British dance act Faithless
* Rollo May, US-American psychologist
* Rollo of Normandy, the founder and first ruler of the Viking principality in what soon became known as Normandy (in Old Norse sources identified with Hrolf Ganger)

;a last name
* Piero Rollo, Italian boxer

;a fictional character
* Rollo, character in books by Jacob Abbott
* King Rollo, a children's cartoon character
* Rollo, the rich little kid in "Nancy" comic books and the comic strip
* Rollo Tomasi, the name given to an anonymous criminal by Edmund Exley in the novel and movie "L.A. Confidential"

;other uses
* "Rollo", a crab fishing boat in the fleet at Dutch Harbor, during the late 1970s and early 1980s
* The local nickname for the Finnish city of Rovaniemi
* Rollo, Burkina Faso, a town in Burkina Faso
* Rollo, a side-project from Atsuo, the drummer of Japanese metal band Boris (band)
* Rollo, a chocolate coated swiss roll manufactured by Ceylon Biscuits Limited

;See also:
* Rolo, a chocolate-covered caramel candy


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