Dax

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Dax or DAX may refer to:

Business and organizations[edit]

  • DAX, stock market index of the top 30 German companies
    • DAX 100, an expanded index of 100 stocks, superseded by the HDAX
    • TecDAX, stock index of the top 30 German technology firms
  • Dax Cars, British sports car manufacturer
  • Honda Dax, a motorcycle model
  • US Dax, a rugby union club based in France

People[edit]

People with the given name[edit]

  • Dax Cowart, attorney noted for addressing issues of patients' rights
  • Dax Dellenbach (born 1990), American football player
  • Dax Griffin (born 1972), American actor
  • Dax Harwood (born 1984), American professional wrestler
  • Dax Holdren (born 1972), American beach volleyball player
  • Dax McCarty (born 1987), American soccer player
  • Dax O'Callaghan (born 1986), English singer, dancer and actor
  • Dax Reynosa (born 1969/1970), American hip hop artist and producer and smooth jazz musician
  • Dax Phelan (born 1975), American screenwriter, producer, and director,
  • Dax Pierson (born 1970), American musician
  • Dax Riggs (born 1973), lyricist and vocalist for the Louisiana metal band Acid Bath
  • Dax Shepard (born 1975), American actor
  • Dax, nickname for Davide Cesare (1977–2003), Italian antifascist activist
  • Mr. DAX, nickname for Dirk Müller, German stock trader

People with the surname[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]

Places[edit]

Science and technology[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Dax (typeface), a sans-serif typeface designed by Hans Reichel
  • Dax Riders, French techno/synth-funk band funded by Oliver Dax
  • Daxophone, a musical instrument invented by Hans Reichel

See also[edit]