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    Django was popularized as the Romani language nickname of Jean "Django" Reinhardt, meaning "I awake." It most commonly refers to:

    • 1 People
    • 2 Fictional characters and objects
    • 3 Film
    • 4 Music
    • 5 Computing
    • 6 See also
    • Django Reinhardt (born 1910), Belgian-born, pioneering virtuoso jazz guitarist and composer
    • Django Bates (born 1960), English musician and composer
    • Francisco "Django" Bustamante (born 1963), Filipino billiards player
    • King Django, American ska musician
    • Django Haskins (born 1973), American singer-songwriter
    • Django Walker (born 1981), American country singer-songwriter
    Fictional characters and objects
    • Django (character), a character who appears in a number of spaghetti western films
    • Django, a character in the manga One Piece
    • Django, a character in the video game Boktai
    • Django, a character in the video game Ehrgeiz
    • Django, a character in the film Ratatouille
    • Django, a vehicle in the Japanese animated series Burst Angel
    • Django Brown, a character in the American animated series Phineas and Ferb
    • Django of the Dead, a character in the animation series El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera
    • Django (film), a 1966 Italian Western
    • Django Unchained, a 2012 film by Quentin Tarantino
    • Django (album), by the Modern Jazz Quartet
    • Django (music software)
    • Django Unchained (soundtrack), soundtrack of film
    • Django Django, a British art rock group
    • Animal Liberation Orchestra, an American rock band, originally known as Django
    • "Django", a song by jazz pianist John Lewis also played by Buckingham Nicks
    • "Young Django", an album of a Jazz Violinist Stephane Grappelli at 1979 - MPS
    • "Django", a song by Rancid on the album Indestructible
    • "Django!!! -Genwaku no Django-", a song by Buck-Tick on the album Razzle Dazzle
    • "D is for Django the Bastard", a track from The Letters EP by Northern Irish band And So I Watch You from Afar
    • Django (web framework)

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