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Ing

Ing, ING or ing may refer to:

Art and media

  • ...ing, a 2003 Korean film
  • i.n.g, a Taiwanese girl group
  • The Ing, a race of dark creatures in the 2004 video game Metroid Prime 2: Echoes
  • "Ing", the first song on The Roches' 1992 album A Dove

In old Germanic history

  • Ing, theonym of Germanic god Yngvi
  • Ingwaz rune, also known as Ing in Old English, a runic symbol possibly referring to Yngvi

Go game

  • Ing Cup, an international Go tournament sponsored by the Ing Foundation (founded by Ing Chang-ki)
  • Ing Prize, an incentive for research in computer Go
  • Ing rules, a ruleset of Go

People

  • Ing (surname), a medieval English surname, of Norse-Viking origins
  • Ing Chang-ki (1914–1997), Taiwanese industrialist, philanthropist and founder of the Ing Foundation
  • Ing Yoe Tan (born 1948), Dutch lawmaker, member of the Senate for the Labour Party (PvdA) since 1998

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