Syrinx is a nymph in Greek mythology. Syrinx and syringe both come from the Greek word σῦριγξ meaning "tube". The Latin/Greek-style plural of syrinx is syringes, which is also the plural of the word syringe.
Syrinx may also refer to:
In the sciences:
- Syrinx (biology) - the avian equivalent to the mammalian larynx
- Syrinx (medicine) - A rare fluid-filled neuroglial cavity within the spinal cord (syringomyelia) or in the brain stem (syringobulbia)
- Syrinx aruanus - an enormous sea snail, the sole species in the genus Syrinx, within the family Turbinellidae
- Acrocephalus syrinx (Carolinian reed warbler) - species of bird, in the Acrocephalidae family
- (3360) Syrinx - an asteroid
- Syrinx (instrument), a musical instrument also known as pan pipes
- Syrinx (Debussy) - a piece of music for solo flute by Claude Debussy
- Syrinx (band) - a Canadian musical group of the 1970s
- Syrinx synthesizer - analog FM monosynth with seven Curtis CEM chips; made by Dutch firm Synton from 1983-4.
- "The Temples of Syrinx", a song from the album 2112 by Canadian rock band Rush
- Syrinx - stage name of Romanian Pan flautist Simion Stanciu
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