Orca

Orca is a name for the killer whale, a large marine mammal.

Orca may also refer to:

People

Places

Arts and entertainment

Fictional characters and vehicles

Film

Literature

Music

Artists
  • Orcas (duo), a Pacific Northwest duo
Albums
  • Orca (C-Bo album), 2012
  • Orca (Serj Tankian album)

Organizations

Technology and computing

  • Orca (assistive technology), free and open source, assistive technology of the GNOME desktop environment
  • Orcas, the Microsoft pre-release codename for Visual Studio 2008, as a reference to the above island
  • ORCA (Online Representations and Certifications Application), a U.S. e-procurement system
  • Project ORCA, a Get Out The Vote application created by Mitt Romney's 2012 U.S. presidential campaign

Transportation

  • Orca (supercar), a Swiss supercar
  • Orca class patrol vessel, a class of training vessels for the Canadian Navy
  • USS Orca, several United States Navy ships

Other

  • Orca (dog), a golden retriever and winner of the PDSA Gold Medal

See also

  • ORCA Card, a smart card for public transit in the central Puget Sound region of Washington State, USA
  • ORCA Platform, an open source electronic payments processing platform
  • Orka (comics), a villain in the Marvel comic books
  • Orca Basin, a mini-basin in the northern Gulf of Mexico
  • Orca Bay, Alaska, a bay near the town of Cordova
  • Orca Inlet, serves as an inlet to Prince William Sound from the Gulf of Alaska
  • Orca Air, a defunct Egyptian regional airline
  • Orca Airways, a small scheduled and charter airline based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
  • Orca Engineering, a Swiss sports car manufacturing company
  • Orca wetsuits and sports apparel, a New Zealand wetsuit and sports apparel manufacturer
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