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Roi faineant, literally «do-nothing king» and so presumptively «lazy king», is a French term primarily used to refer to the later kings of the Merovingian dynasty, after they seemed to have lost their initial energy. They were considered and portrayed «useless» by Carolingian kings and even early modern historians, though current historical opinion is more nuanced.

Sigebert III is sometimes accredited the first roi faineant of the Merovingian dynasty. The last Carolingian ruler, Louis V of France, was also nicknamed le Faineant («the Do-Nothing»), due to his effective rule being limited to the region around Laon.

The following kings are sometimes alleged to have been members of the rois faineants:

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