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Junker may refer to:
- Junker, originally a noble honorific used across the German-speaking realm and in today's Belgium and The Netherlands
- Junker (Prussia), a 19th and early 20th century term for the landed aristocracy of Prussia and Eastern Germany
- Junker (Russia), derived from the German term, has several meanings in Russian
- Junker (SS rank), a Waffen-SS officer candidate position
- Junker (grape), another name for the wine grape Chasselas
- Hermann Junker, a German Egyptologist.
- A decrepit car
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Junkers may refer to:
- Hugo Junkers, 1859–1935, famous German engineer
- Junkers, a company founded by Hugo Junkers, chiefly known for its later role in aircraft design and construction.
- Junkers are an almost neutral faction in Freelancer (video game)
- Junkers, brandname for boilers made by Robert Bosch GmbH
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