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Dakota may refer to:

People

Ethnology and linguistics

Geography

United States

Music

Entertainment

Transportation

  • Douglas C-47 Skytrain or Dakota, a military transport aircraft
  • Dakota II, Royal Air Force designation of impressed Douglas DC-3 aircraft
  • Variants of the Piper Cherokee light aircraft:
    • Dakota, Piper Dakota model PA-28-236
    • Dakota, Piper Turbo Dakota model PA-28-201T
  • Dodge Dakota, light truck
    • Shelby Dakota, a limited-production performance version of the Dodge Dakota Sport pickup truck
  • SS Dakota, an American ocean liner that sank off Yokohama in 1907
  • Dakota MRT Station, a Mass Rapid Transit Station in Paya Lebar, Singapore

Products

Other

  • Dakota (fossil), a mummified hadrosaur fossil
  • Dakota Formation, a geologic formation in the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains
  • The Dakota, New York City apartment building
  • DAKOTA (Design Analysis Kit for Optimization and Terascale Applications), a software toolkit
  • SV Dakota, an Aruban football club
  • Dakota Bowl, a championship weekend for North Dakota high school football

See also

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