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An ox is a mammal.
Ox or OX may also refer to:
Arts and entertainment
- Ox (band), a Canadian alternative country band
- Ox (musician), a Finnish musician
- Ox (album), by American hardcore band Coalesce
- "The Ox" (instrumental), a 1965 rock instrumental by The Who
- The Ox (film), a 1991 Swedish film
- "The Oxen", a poem from 1915 by the English novelist and poet Thomas Hardy (1840–1928), set many times to music
- Ox programming language
- Open-Xchange, a "collaboration software" suite and the company that sponsors it
- the oX framework for OBIX
- Ox (nickname), a list of people nicknamed "Ox" or "the Ox"
- The Ox or Ox Baker (1934-2014), ring names of American professional wrestler and actor Douglas Baker
- Dr. Ox, a fictional doctor and scientist created by Jules Verne in 1872
- Ox (comics), a villain in the Marvel Comics universe
- Ox Mountains, County Sligo, Ireland
- OX postcode area, covering Oxford, UK
- The Oxford Bar, a pub on Edinburgh's Young Street which features in Ian Rankin's Inspector Rebus novels
- OX, a version of the Bedford OY British Army lorry, the latter introduced in 1939
- OX, a prototype vehicle developed by Global Vehicle Trust
- Orient Thai Airlines (IATA code OX)
- Ox (zodiac), one of the 12 signs of the Chinese zodiac
- Ox (Chinese constellation), one of the 28 mansions of the Chinese constellations
- Oxalate, in chemistry sometimes abbreviated as ox when it forms coordination compounds
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