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Ge

Ge or GE may refer to:

Contents

  • Countries and regions 1
  • Language and culture 2
  • Companies 3
  • Science and technology 4
  • People 5
  • Other 6

Countries and regions

Language and culture

  • Ghe (Cyrillic) (Г, г), a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet (it is just named Ghe or Ge in most languages, but He in Ukrainian)
  • Ghe with upturn (Ґ, ґ), a letter of the Ukrainian alphabet (where it is just named Ghe or Ge)
  • ġē, a plural Old English pronoun
  • , an ancient Chinese dagger-axe
  • Gê or Gaia (mythology), a Greek goddess personifying the Earth
  • Gê languages, spoken by the Gê, a group of indigenous people in Brazil
  • Gê people, indigenous people in Brazil

Companies

  • General Electric, a multinational American technology and services conglomerate
    • GE Building, a 1933 Art Deco skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan
  • TransAsia Airways (IATA airline designator), an airline based in Taipei, Taiwan

Science and technology

  • Ganglionic eminence, a transitory structure in the developing brain
  • Gate equivalent, stands for a manufacturing-technology-independent complexity measure in integrated circuit design (electronics)
  • Ge (butterfly), a genus of butterflies in the grass skipper family
  • Gastroenteritis, a condition that causes irritation and inflammation of the stomach and intestines (the gastrointestinal tract).
  • Germanium (Ge), a chemical element
  • Giant elliptical galaxy, a specific type of elliptical galaxy
  • Gigabit Ethernet, a networking technology
  • Google Earth, computer software to view satellite images of Earth
  • Granado Espada, a massively multiplayer online game from Korea
  • "Greater than or equal to", an inequality operator used in some programming languages
  • Grid Engine, an open source batch-queuing system for High-Performance Computing clusters
  • GE, an old scale for measuring film speed

People

Other

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