Ring

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Ring most commonly refers either to a hollow circular shape or to a high-pitched sound. It thus may refer to:

  • Ring (jewellery), a circular, decorative or symbolic ornament worn on fingers, toes, arm or neck

Ring may also refer to:

Sounds[edit]

  • Ring, the sound that a bell makes when rung (struck)
    • Ringtone, the sound that a telephone makes, which traditionally was a literal ringing of a bell
  • Ring or ringing, an apparent sound in the ears, which may be a symptom of tinnitus

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Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

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Other uses in arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

  • Chiastic structure, or chiastic pattern, a literary technique in narrative motifs and other textual passages, an alternate name includes ring structure
  • Ring Raiders, an animated television series

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Other uses (many with literal or figurative circular shapes)[edit]

  • Ring (company), a home security company owned by Amazon, which makes the RRing Video Doorbell (a product marketed as simply Ring)
  • Ring (diacritic), as in "Åmål"
  • Auction ring, a bidding practice, also known as collusion, used in auctions
  • Bathtub ring, the circle of dirt left behind by receding dirty bathwater
  • Brass ring
  • Cock ring
  • Ring road, a type of highway encircling a town or city

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