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A wing is an appendage used for flight by an animal or an apparatus used to create lift in aeronautics.
Wing may also refer to:
- Wing (DC Comics), a DC Comics character
- Wing (Marvel Comics), a minor Astonishing X-Men character
- Wing (Transformers), a character from the Transformers universe
- Wing, an island in Julie Bertgna's 2002 novel Exodus
- Wing (singer), stage name of Wing Han Tsang (born 1960), a New Zealand singer from Hong Kong
- "Wing" (South Park), an episode of South Park featuring the singer Wing
- Wing (military aviation unit)
- Wing (basketball), a combination shooting guard and small forward, also known as a "swingman"
- Wing (automotive), an aerodynamic device intended to generate downforce on an automobile
- WING, an AM radio station in Dayton, Ohio, USA
- WinG, a Windows interface in computing
- Part of a backplate and wing, a device worn by scuba divers
- One of several botanical terms
- Another term for fender (vehicle), the automobile panel which surrounds the wheel
- T-Mobile Wing, a Pocket PC phone
- Wing IDE, an integrated development environment for Python
- Wing Records, a record label
- "The Wing", informal name of the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
People with the surname Wing
- Anna Wing (born 1914), English actress
- Brad Wing (born 1991), American-football player from Australia
- Craig Wing (born 1979), rugby league player for the Sydney Roosters
- Donald Goddard Wing (1904–1972), Yale Librarian, compiler of a notable short title catalogue of books
- Joseph Wing (born 1810) and William Ricketson Wing (1830–1908), owners of whaling company J. & W. R. Wing Company
- Lorna Wing (born 1928), Aspergers-syndrome researcher
- Toby Wing (1915–2001), American actress
- Wings (disambiguation)
- Winger (sports), a position in several sports
- All pages beginning with "Wing"
- All pages with titles containing "Wing"
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