Wing (disambiguation)

A wing is an appendage used for flight by an animal or an apparatus used to create lift in aeronautics or a way to increase width (leverage) on a sailboat.

Wing may also refer to:

PlacesEdit

EnglandEdit

United StatesEdit

People with the nameEdit

  • Wing (singer) (born 1960), the stage name of Wing Han Tsang, a New Zealand singer from Hong Kong
  • Anna Wing (1914–2013), English actress
  • Brad Wing (born 1991), American-football player from Australia
  • Craig Wing (born 1979), rugby league player for the Sydney Roosters
  • Donald Wing (1904–1972), Yale Librarian, compiler of a notable short title catalogue of books
  • Jeannette Wing, computer science researcher and corporate vice president of Microsoft Research
  • Jerry L. Wing (1923–1994), American businessman and politician
  • Joseph Wing (born 1810), and William Ricketson Wing (1830–1908), owners of whaling company J. & W. R. Wing Company
  • Lorna Wing (1928–2014), Aspergers syndrome researcher
  • Toby Wing (1915–2001), American actress
  • Warner Wing (1805–1876), American jurist and legislator

Arts,entertainment, and mediaEdit

Fictional charactersEdit

GamingEdit

Other uses in arts, entertainment, and mediaEdit

  • "Wing" (South Park), an episode of South Park featuring the singer Wing
  • Wing (waltz), a ballroom dance move
  • WING, an AM radio station in Dayton, Ohio
  • Wing Chun, a concept-based traditional Southern Chinese Kung fu (wushu) style and a form of self-defense, also known as "beautiful springtime"
  • Wing Records, a record label

Brands and enterprisesEdit

ComputingEdit

  • WinG, a Windows interface in computing
  • Wing IDE, an integrated development environment for Python

TransportationEdit

  • Wing, another term for fender, the panel which surrounds the wheel on a motor vehicle
  • Wing, a type of spoiler, an aerodynamic device intended to generate downforce on a motor vehicle
  • Wing configuration, is an aircraft design for fixed-wing aircraft, pertaining to its arrangement of lifting and related surfaces

Other usesEdit

See alsoEdit