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Pak or PAK may refer to:
- Greg Pak, American New York-based film director/comic book writer, known for his work on such books featuring the Hulk
- Igor Pak (born 1971), professor of mathematics at the University of California, Los Angeles, working in combinatorics and discrete probability
- Pak (Korean surname), 박, also romanized Park
- Pakistan (mainly used as an adjective), a sovereign country in South Asia
- The ISO 3166 identification code and the vehicle registration plate of PAK
- Pak, Afghanistan, a village in Badakhshan Province
- Pak Tea House, a café in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
- a language called Pak
- PaK, the German abbreviation for anti-tank guns.
- PAK DA a Russian strategic bomber under development.
- PAK FA Russia's fifth-generation fighter aircraft.
Science and technology
- p21 activated kinase, any of a family of enzymes
- PAK (file format), extension is frequently used as an abbreviation of "package". There is no standard for this extension, although several mutually incompatible formats exist, such as the file format from NoGate Consultings, a rival from ARC-Compressor
- 2.PAK, an artificial-intelligence language
- PAK, a project of Ron Anderson
- Nintendo game cartridges and accessories are called paks:
- Fanny Pak, a Los Angeles based dance crew
- Pak Protector, a form of life in Larry Niven's Known Space fictional universe
- Panhellenic Liberation Movement, one of the many anti-dictatorial movement organisations that campaigned against the 1967-1974 military regime of Greece. It was established in 1968 in Sweden by the exiled Andreas Papandreou
- In Indonesia, Usually used as mister or father: Dear Pak ...
- Panzerabwehrkanone (disambiguation), abbreviated PaK, German antitank gun
- Paak, an Islamic religious term describing something clean, as opposed to najis (unclean)
- Tetra Pak (of Swedish origin), a multinational food packaging company
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