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Dux, Latin for leader, could refer to anyone who commanded troops, such as tribal leaders.
Dux may also refer to:
- DUX submachine gun, a line of submachine guns designed at the Oviedo Arsenal in Spain
- DUX (video game), a video game by HUCAST for the SEGA Dreamcast
- DUX, Dux Records, Poland
- Dux Factory, a Russian aircraft factory during World War I
- Duchcov or Dux, a town in Teplice, Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic
- Dux, the lead melody in a canon
- Dux, biography of Benito Mussolini written by Margherita Sarfatti in 1925
- Oregon Ducks, the name of the University of Oregon sports teams
People with the surname
- Farfetch'd, a Pokémon nicknamed Dux in the original Pokémon games
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