Coda (disambiguation)

Coda (disambiguation)

Coda may refer to:
*"Coda" is sometimes used to denote any concluding event, summation, or section

*Coda (music), a passage which brings a movement or piece to a conclusion through prolongation
*Coda (album), a 1982 album by rock group Led Zeppelin
*Coda (Mexican band), a rock band from Mexico

*Coda (Voyager episode), an episode of ""

Comics & Games
*CODA System, a role-playing game system developed and published by Decipher, Inc.
*Coda (Wildstorm), a group of female warriors in Wildstorm comics
*Coda (board game), a code-breaking board game also known as DaVinci Code

*Coda (file system), a very stable filesystem from Carnegie Mellon University
*Coda (web development software), a shareware application developed by Panic
*CODA (company), a UK subsidiary of Unit 4 Agresso, producing financial software

*Syllable coda, in linguistics, the final consonant(s) of a syllable
*Coda (company), provides accounting and procurement systems, financial analysis tools and consultancy services
*For poetic coda, see caudate sonnet.

CODA is a four-letter acronym for:
*Co-Dependents Anonymous, a twelve-step program
*Child of deaf adult, a hearing person who was raised by a deaf parent or guardian
*CEBAF On-line Data Acquisition, where "CEBAF" is an acronym for "continuous electron beam accelerator facility"
*Air Defense Operations Center in Brazil; in portuguese, "Centro de Operações de Defesa Aérea"

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