• Section: Name /Monday 13th October 2014

    Alphabetic Index : A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

    Search β):

    * Ajax *

    آژاکس


    Pahlavi_Mohammad_Reza_Shah_Plane_Coup_1953.jpg
    (Wikipedia) - Ajax
    Look up Ajax or AJAX in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

    Ajax may refer to:

    Contents
    • 1 Mythology
    • 2 People
    • 3 Information technology
    • 4 Sports
      • 4.1 Football
      • 4.2 Handball
      • 4.3 Racing
    • 5 Vehicles
    • 6 Literature and fiction
    • 7 Music
    • 8 Videogames
    • 9 Places
    • 10 Other
    Mythology
    • Ajax (mythology), son of Telamon, ruler of Salamis and a hero in the Trojan War, also known as "Ajax the Great"
    • Ajax the Lesser, son of Oileus, ruler of Locris and the leader of the Locrian contingent during the Trojan War
    People
    • Ajax (missionary), Arian missionary who converted the Suevi to Christianity (c. 466)
    • Ajax, pen name of Australian nature writer Sidney William Jackson
    Information technology
    • Ajax (programming) (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML), a technique used in web application development
    • Ajax framework, a framework for the Ajax technique
    • Ajax (floppy disk controller), a floppy disk controller fitted to the Atari STE
    Sports Football
    • AFC Ajax, a football club from Amsterdam, the Netherlands – the best-known football club named Ajax
    • Aias Salamina F.C., a football club based in Salamina, Greece birthplace of Ajax the Telamonian
    • Ajax Cape Town FC, a South African football club
    • Ajax de Ouenzé, a Congolese football club
    • Ajax Futebol Clube, a Brazilian football club
    • Ajax Kenitra, a Moroccan futsal (indoor football) club
    • Ajax Orlando Prospects, also known as Ajax America, an American soccer team from Orlando, Florida
    • Ajax Sportman Combinatie (ASC), a cricket and football club in Leiden, The Netherlands
    • FC Ajax Lasnamäe, an Estonian football club
    • Rabat Ajax F.C., a Maltese football club
    • Unión Ájax, a football club in Trujillo, Honduras
    Handball
    • Ajax Heroes, a Danish handball team
    Racing
    • Ajax (horse) (b. 1901), a French Champion racehorse
    • Ajax II (b. 1934), an Australian Champion racehorse
    Vehicles
    • Ajax (1906 automobile), Aigner, Switzerland
    • Ajax (1913 automobile), Briscoe, France
    • Ajax (1914 automobile), Seattle, Washington, U.S.
    • Ajax (1921 automobile), prototype, U.S.
    • Ajax (American automobile), Nash Motors, 1925–1926, U.S.
    • HMS Ajax, several ships of the Royal Navy
    • USS Ajax, several ships of the United States Navy
    • Ajax (locomotive), an 0-4-2 steam locomotive purchased by the Emperor Ferdinand Northern Railway in 1841, believed to be the oldest preserved steam locomotive on the European mainland
    • Ajax, one of the eight South Devon Railway Dido class steam locomotives, in service 1860–1884
    • Ajax, a LMS Royal Scot Class express locomotive, in service 1927–1962
    • Ayaks, a Soviet top secret aerospacecraft project
    • Nike Ajax, an American anti-aircraft missile
    Literature and fiction
    • Ajax (Sophocles), a play by the ancient Greek tragedian Sophocles
    • Ajax (Disney), a fictional company (the Disney equivalent of Looney Tunes'' Acme Corporation)
    • Ajax Duckman, a character in the animated television series Duckman
    • Martian Manhunter, a comic superhero, called Ajax in Brazil and Portugal
    • Ajax (comics), the name of two fictional characters from the Marvel Universe
    • Ajak, a Marvel Comics character, a member of the Eternals, sometimes known as "Ajax the Greater"
    • Ajax, a character in the 1979 film The Warriors
    • Ajax, any of several fictional businesses used as a humor device in the radio comedy skits of Hudson & Landry
    Music
    • Ajax (band), an electronic band from New York City
    • Ajax (DJ), an Australian electro mashup DJ
    • Ajax Records (Quebec) (1921–1926), a North American record company
    • A-Jax (band), a South Korean boy band
    • AjaX, keyboardist for The Pop Culture Suicides
    Videogames
    • A Jax, an arcade game
    Places
    • Ajax, Louisiana, United States, an unincorporated community in Natchitoches Parish
    • Ajax, Ontario, a town in Canada
      • Ajax GO Station, a station in the GO Transit network located in the town
      • Ajax High School, a public high school located in the town
    • Ajax, Utah, a ghost town
    • Ajax, West Virginia
    • Aspen Mountain (Colorado), United States, also known as Ajax Mountain
    • Kanichee Mine, Temagami, Ontario, Canada, also known as Ajax Mine
    Other
    • Ajax (cleanser), a brand of cleaning products.
    • Operation Ajax, the 1953 Iranian coup d''état
    • AJAX furnace, type of open hearth furnace
    This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

    Tags:1927, 1934, AFC, African, Ajax, American, Amsterdam, Australian, Brazil, Canada, Christianity, Colorado, Disney, Florida, France, French, Greece, Greek, Honduras, Iranian, Louisiana, Martian, Moroccan, Netherlands, New York, New York City, Nike, Portugal, Rabat, Salamis, South African, South Korean, Soviet, Switzerland, Transit, United States, Virginia, Washington, Wikipedia, XML


    Add definition or comments on Ajax

    Your Name / Alias:
    E-mail:
    Definition / Comments
    neutral points of view
    Source / SEO Backlink:
    Anti-Spam Check
    Enter text above
    Upon approval, your definition will be listed under: Ajax