Eggs

Egg or eggs may refer to:

  • Egg (biology), an organic vessel in which an embryo first begins to develop
  • Egg cell, in anisogamous organisms, the larger, non-motile gamete, also called the female gamete
  • Egg (food), the egg of a fowl, fish, or reptile, consumed as food

Places

Surnames

Music

Television and film

Other uses

  • Egg (car), a Swiss car make in business from 1896 to 1919
  • Egg (chair), a chair designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1958
  • EGG (file format), a compressed archive file format used in computers
  • Egg (magazine), a Japanese style magazine published since 1995
  • Egg (video game), a 1981 Nintendo game
  • Elemental Gimmick Gear, a 1999 Sega Dreamcast game
  • Eggs (novel), by Jerry Spinelli published 2007
  • Egg Banking, a British internet bank established in 1996
  • Darning egg, a sewing tool
  • Electrogastrogram, a graphic showing electrical signals in the stomach muscles
  • Electroglottograph, a device for measuring vocal fold movement
  • EG&G, an American defense contractor, founded in 1931 and defunct as a name since 2009
  • Evaporating gaseous globule, a type of interstellar gas cloud that is thought to give rise to new stars, and known as an EGG.
  • The EGG Project, a parapsychology experiment begun in 1998 at Princeton University using a global network of random number generators know as Princeton Eggs.
  • Egg, the name of the inhabited neutron star in Robert L. Forward's book Dragon's Egg

See also

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