No

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No is a word in English, which may be used as:

  • One of a pair of words, yes and no, that signal positive or negative response, respectively
  • A determiner in noun phrases

No and variants may also refer to:

Alphanumeric symbols[edit]

  • No (kana), a letter/syllable in Japanese script
  • No symbol, a circle with a diagonal line through it
  • Numero sign (written "No." or "№"), meaning "number", preceding a number used as an identifier or ordinal value

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Film and television[edit]

  • Dr. No (film), a 1962 British spy film that was the first of the James Bond series
    • Julius No, the titular and antagonist character of the above film
  • No (2012 film), a 2012 Chilean film
  • (film), a 1998 Canadian film by director Robert Lepage

Music[edit]

Albums[edit]

  • No (album), a 2012 album by Old Man Gloom
  • No!, a 2002 album by They Might Be Giants

Songs[edit]

Other media[edit]

  • Noh or no, a style of Japanese theatre
  • Dr. No (novel), a 1958 book by Ian Fleming; the sixth of his James Bond series

Businesses and organizations[edit]

  • Neos (airline), an Italian leisure airline (IATA airline designator code NO)
  • Aus-Air, a defunct Australian regional airline (with former IATA airline designator code NO)
  • National Offensive, a German neo-Nazi political party

Places[edit]

Science and technology[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Novus Ordo, a composite term for the post-1969 Roman Rite Mass

See also[edit]