Nyx (disambiguation)

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Nyx in Greek mythology was the primordial goddess of the night.

Nyx or NYX may refer to:

Fictional characters[edit]

Film and television[edit]

Other media[edit]

Music[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Nyx (moth), a moth genus
  • Nyx (prototype), an experimental prototype for the Amiga computer platform's AAA chipset
  • 3908 Nyx, is an Amor and Mars-crosser asteroid
  • NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits, A 2D-3D hybrid video game for WiiWare by Over the Top Studios
  • NYX (gene), a gene encoding the protein Nyctalopin
  • NYX, stock symbol for NYSE Euronext (formerly NYSE Group, Inc.), operator of multiple securities exchanges
  • NYX Cosmetics, an American cosmetics company owned by L'Oréal

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