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The Ming dynasty was the ruling dynasty in China from 1368 to 1644.
Ming may also refer to:
- Ming (surname) (明), a Chinese surname
- Ming (DJ), American DJ
- Ming Tsai, a celebrity chef
- Yao Ming, professional NBA player from China
- William Robert Ming, American civil rights lawyer
- Luke 'Ming' Flanagan, an Irish politician, who takes his name from his resemblance to the fictional Ming the Merciless
- Norman Walsh, nickname for the Rhodesian and Zimbabwean air marshal
- Emperor Ming of Han (28–75)
- Emperor Ming of Wei (205–239), see Cao Rui
- Emperor Ming of Zhao (274–333), see Shi Le
- Emperor Ming of Jin (299–325)
- Emperor Ming of Liu Song (439–472)
- Emperor Ming of Southern Qi (452–498)
- Emperor Ming of Northern Zhou (534–560)
- Ming River in Hebei, China
- Ming Prefecture (disambiguation) (Mingzhou), historical prefectures of imperial China
- Ming (typefaces), a common category of typefaces for printing Chinese characters
- Ming class submarine, a class of diesel-electric submarines built by China
- Motorola MING, a smartphone released by Motorola
- Ming library, a C library with dynamic language bindings for creating Adobe Flash (.swf) files
- Ming-Ming Duckling, a character from Wonder Pets
- Ming of Harlem, a tiger who lived in a New York apartment
- Ming (clam), an individual clam, claimed to be the oldest living animal ever discovered
- Immingham, a town in North East Lincolnshire often known as "Ming" or "Ming-Ming"
- Menzies, a Scottish name often shortened to "Ming"
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