ⓘ Lynx (disambiguation)

Lynx (disambiguation)

ⓘ Lynx (disambiguation)

  • Lynx, Ohio, a census-designated place
  • Lynx Lake Arizona, a reservoir

1. Transport

  • Lynx Rapid Transit Services, the public transit system in Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Armstrong Siddeley Lynx, an early aircraft engine
  • XCOR Lynx, a proposed rocket-powered spaceplane that was under development
  • Lynx bus company, a bus company based in Kings Lynn, Norfolk
  • Lynx Express, a former long-distance passenger train and fast ferry service in the South Island of New Zealand
  • Mercury Lynx, a model of car
  • AA-1C Lynx, part of the Grumman American AA-1 series of light aircraft
  • Lynx tall ship, an interpretation of the 1812 privateer schooner, launched in 2001
  • Lynx Orlando, a bus system operated by the Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority
  • Leyland Lynx, a model of single-decker bus produced by British Leyland in the 1980s and 1990s
  • Mitsubishi Lynx, a 1993 Mitsubishi Motors concept car
  • GWR no. 2109 Lynx, a South Devon Railway Eagle class steam locomotive

2. Military

  • Lynx, the name of military versions of the Cessna Skymaster, flown by the Rhodesian Air Force
  • Lynx Scout Car, a Canadian–built version of the World War II Daimler Dingo
  • Lynx, a version of the ERC 90 Sagaie, a French six wheeled fire-support and reconnaissance vehicle
  • Finnish 5th Division Continuation War or Lynx Division, a unit of the Finnish Army
  • Lynx Rheinmetall armoured fighting vehicle, a family of tracked armored vehicles developed by Rheinmetall Landsysteme
  • Pansarbil m/39 Lynx, a Swedish armoured car used by the Swedish and Danish armies
  • USS Lynx, several United States Navy ships
  • LYNX MRL, a multiple rocket launcher manufactured by Israel Military Industries
  • HMS Lynx, nine British Royal Navy ships
  • Westland Lynx, a British military helicopter manufactured by AgustaWestland
  • Lynx reconnaissance vehicle, used by the armed forces of Canada and the Netherlands
  • French destroyer Lynx, scuttled in 1942 to avoid capture by the Germans
  • USS Lynx II SP-730, a United States Navy patrol vessel in commission from 1917 to 1919
  • Panhard AML-90 Lynx, a variant of the lightweight French AML-90 armoured car
  • Lynx, an American schooner captured by the Royal Navy in 1813 and renamed HMS Mosquidobit 1813
  • Panzer II Ausf. L "Luchs", a light reconnaissance version of the Panzer II, built in 1943
  • French corvette Lynx 1804

3. Businesses and brands

  • Lynx Express parcels or simply Lynx, a UK parcel carrier, now owned by UPS
  • Yashica Lynx, a family of rangefinder cameras from the 1960s
  • Lynx, a brand of footwear owned by Colorado Group Limited
  • Lynx Aviation, an American regional airline from 2006 to 2011
  • Lynx snowmobile, a brand of snowmobiles
  • Lynx grooming product, a brand of deodorant known as Axe in some markets

4. Computing

  • Lynx programming language, a programming language for large distributed networks
  • Lynx web browser, a text-based web browser commonly used on Unix workstations
  • Lynx family, a family of HP AlphaServers
  • LynxOS, an operating system
  • Camputers Lynx, a British computer
  • Lynx Point, an Intel chipset
  • Lynx protocol, a protocol for efficient transfer of files over modems

5. Sports

  • Lynx du College Edouard-Montpetit womens ice hockey, a Quebec, Canada college hockey team
  • Toronto Lady Lynx, a Canadian womens soccer team
  • Ottawa Lynx, a former AAA minor league baseball team
  • The Lynx, mascot for Rhodes College, a private college in Memphis, Tennessee
  • Perth Lynx, an Australian professional womens basketball team
  • Lynx, mascot of Lindenwood University – Belleville, Illinois
  • Toronto Lynx, a USL First Division soccer team
  • The Lynx, another name for the Slovenia mens national ice hockey team
  • Lynx, name of the athletic teams and mascot of Lesley University, a private university in Massachusetts
  • Minnesota Lynx, a WNBA basketball team
  • Adirondack Lynx, an American womens soccer team
  • Augusta Lynx, a minor league professional ice hockey team in Augusta, Georgia
  • Saint-Jean Lynx, a defunct Quebec Major Junior Hockey League team


6. People

  • Lynx Vaughan Gaede born 1992, half of the American white nationalist folk teen duo Prussian Blue
  • Emcee Lynx born 1980, anarchist hip hop artist from the San Francisco Bay Area

7. Other uses

  • The Lynxes, a popular name for members of the Accademia dei Lincei, the first scientific society
  • Lynx magazine, a Japanese literary magazine published by Gentosha Comics every other month
  • The Lynx gang, a violent criminal gang based in Birmingham, United Kingdom
  • Lynx Rifles, Finnish manufacturer of handmade straight pull rifles
  • Lynx mythology, in various mythologies
  • Lynx comics, three fictional characters in the DC Comics universe
  • Lynx point coloration, a type of pigmentation in cats
  • 1986 and 1992 Lynx bus company - bus operator in King s Lynn, England Lynx Orlando - public bus system in Orlando, Florida Lynx disambiguation
  • American lynx may refer to: American Lynx cat, an experimental breed of short - haired, short - tailed domestic cat as of 2017 it is recognized only by the
  • Lynx Lake may refer to several lakes in North America: In the United States Lynx Lake Arizona Lynx Lake Alaska In Canada Lynx Lake Manitoba Lynx
  • Lynx Creek, a creek in Arizona that feeds Lynx Lake Lynx Creek may also refer to: Lynx Creek, British Columbia, a small rural community in Hudson s Hope
  • service in Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada David Linx born 1965 Belgian jazz singer, composer, and songwriter Link disambiguation Lynx disambiguation
  • Barabasi Linker disambiguation Links 2 - 3 - 4 a 2001 single by Rammstein Linq disambiguation Linx disambiguation Lynx disambiguation Microsoft Lync
  • software a Windows application that can create bootable USB flash drives Lynx rufus, the scientific name of the bobcat Rufus 1975 film a 1975 Dutch
  • the lower 48 United States Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx native to European and Siberian forests Iberian lynx Lynx pardinus native to the Iberian Peninsula
  • and home services firm Handy, an emulator for the Atari Lynx also a development name of Lynx itself Handy, Georgia Handy, Benton County, Indiana Handy
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Carson Elementary School disambiguation Carson Los Angeles Metro station Carson LYNX station Charlotte, North Carolina Carson
  • also refer to: Zaku video game a 2009 horizontal shooter for the Atari Lynx by Super Fighter Team Alhassan Bako Zaku, Nigerian politician Zaku Abumi