Ginn

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Ginn or GINN may refer to:

  • Ginn, a recurring character appearing in the television series Stargate Universe
  • GINN, a fictional, mechanical exoskeleton weapon suit, worn in the |Mobile Suit Gundam SEED anime television series
  • Ginn (software), a daemon program for Linux that gives applications the ability to support a subset of multi-touch gestures on touch-sensitive displays
  • Ginn & Co Solicitors, a Cambridge-based law firm, which was established in 1873 by Samuel Reuben Ginn
  • Ginn and Company, UK publisher, part of the Penguin Group
    • Ginn Publishing Canada
  • Bobby Ginn (born 1949), the owner of Ginn Resorts and owner of the NASCAR Nextel Cup team Ginn Racing
  • Thomas Ginn (born 1972), Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, and Business Leader. The original owner of Ginn Racing. NASCAR Nextel Cup team Ginn Racing, became a division under Ginn Resorts with Developer Bobby Ginn. Team merged with Dale Earnhardt, Inc on July 25, 2007.
  • Greg Ginn (born 1954), American guitarist, formerly of hardcore punk band Black Flag
  • Hubert Ginn (born 1947), former American football running back for the Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Colts and Oakland Raiders
  • Samuel Ginn (born 1937), pioneer in wireless communications and namesake of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering at Auburn University
  • Ted Ginn Jr., an American football wide receiver who currently plays for the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League.
  • Ted Ginn Sr., an American football coach and father of Ted Ginn, Jr.