Bang is commonly used as an onomatopoeia for a sound, mostly that of an explosion.

Bang or bangs may refer to:
*Fringe (hair), hair that is combed forward and cut short on the forehead, known as "bangs" in North America
*!BANG!, a professional wrestling promotion
*Bang Cartoon, a website that hosts cartoons
*Bang path, a specification for routing e-mail via UUCP
*Shebang (Unix), a shell scripting convention
*BANG file
*Bang, a Greek pop music band
*Bangs, Texas
*Bang's disease or Bangs, a bacterial disease
*Exclamation mark, in printer and computer jargon
*Bang (company), an Italian scale model car manufacturer
*"Bang", a common euphemism for sexual intercourse

In music:
*Bang Records, a record label
*Bangs (band), an American punk rock band
*Bang! (hardcore), a happy hardcore group
*"Bang!" (Rutter), an opera by John Rutter
*"Bang" (James Gang album)
*"Bang!" (1985 Frankie Goes to Hollywood album)
*"Bang!… The Greatest Hits of Frankie Goes to Hollywood"
*"Bang" (song), a song by Blur
*"Bang!" A popular alternative nightclub in Melbourne, Australia.
*"Bang!" (Yeah Yeah Yeahs song)
*"Bang" (Young Jeezy song)
*"Bangs", a song by They Might Be Giants
*"Bang!", an album by the band World Party
*"Bang!", an album by Corey Hart
*"Bang", a 1989 song by Russian heavy metal band Gorky Park

In film and television:
*"Bang" (film), a 1995 independent film directed by Ash
*"Bang" (1996 film), a 1996 film
*"Bang" ("Desperate Housewives" episode)
*"Bang" ("The Shield")

In games:
*Bang (Korean), an amusement room for computer games, drinking, or other entertainment
*"Bang!", a Wild West-themed card game
*Bang! Howdy, an online strategy game
*Bang! (drama game)
*Bang! (arcade game), a Wild West shoot 'em up arcade game released by Gaelco in 1998
*Bang! (video game), an upcoming WiiWare puzzle game

*Anton Christian Bang (born 1840), Norwegian politician
*Lester Bangs, American music journalist
*Lance Bangs, American filmmaker
*John Kendrick Bangs, 19th-century writer
*Outram Bangs (1863–1932), American zoologist
*Molly Bang (born 1943) American illustrator
*Bang Seong Joon, South Korean voice actor
*Bang Young-ung (born 1942), South Korean novelist

See also:
*Bang Bang
*Bhang, a cannabis derivative from the Indian subcontinent

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  • bang — ► NOUN 1) a sudden loud sharp noise. 2) a sudden painful blow. 3) (bangs) chiefly N. Amer. a fringe of hair cut straight across the forehead. ► VERB 1) strike or put down forcefully and noisily. 2) make or cause to make a bang …   English terms dictionary

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