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Jäger, Jager, or Jaeger (German pronunciation: [ˈjɛːɡɐ]), meaning "hunter" in German, may refer to:

In arts and entertainment[edit]


Fictional characters[edit]

Other fictional elements[edit]

In biology[edit]

  • Jaeger, the North American name for the smaller species of the skua family of seabirds
  • Jaeger 70, a hybrid of two American species of grape
  • Jaeger's anetia, a species of butterfly in the family Danaidae

Businesses and products[edit]

  • Jaeger (automobile), an automobile built in Belleville, Michigan by the Jaeger Motor Car Company
  • Jaeger (clothing), a United Kingdom clothing retailer, named after Gustav Jäger
    • Jaeger, a union suit (or "woolly combination") popularised by the Jaeger clothing company
  • Jaeger, a trademark of Italian automotive manufacturer Magneti Marelli
  • Jaeger-LeCoultre, a maker of watches
  • Jägermeister, a German liquor
  • Armi Jager, an Italian firearms manufacturer
  • Eheim, a German company that makes aquarium heaters under the name Jäger

Food and drink[edit]

  • Jägermeister, a German liquor
    • Jägerbomb, a cocktail consisting of one shot of Jägermeister dropped into a glass of an energy drink
  • Jägerschnitzel, a German dish of fried meat cutlets with mushroom gravy
  • Jagertee, a drink made by mixing rum into black tea


In sport[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Jager, an alternative name for the city of Eger in Hungary

See also[edit]