Rung may refer to:
- Rung (band), a Pakistan band
- Rung (album), an album by Hadiqa Kiyani
- Rung languages, a proposed group of Tibeto-Burman languages
- Rung, an ethnic group of people inhabiting the Pithoragarh district of Uttaranchal,India and Darchula district, Nepal
- Rung (tele-serial), a Kokborok drama tele-serial
- Rung, a step of a ladder
- Rung, a card game in Pakistan
- Henrik Rung (1807-1871), a Danish composer
Other articles related to "rung":
... Thai Rung (Thai ไทยรุ่ง) is the only Thai-based automobile manufacturer ... addition to assembly, TRU manufactured its own brand car, under the name Thai Rung (also called TR), based on other small and medium truck platform ... In 1999, Thai Rung supplied the Chevrolet plant in Arica, Chile with Grand Adventure body parts to make the Chevrolet LUV Wagon and the Grand LUV, which sold with little success ...
... Oluf Ring Kjell Roikjer Leopold Rosenfeld Poul Ruders Frederik Rung Henrik Rung P ... Rung-Keller Hanne Rømer ...
... to the Acid Planet is an album released by German IDM artists Funkstörung in 2005 ... Even though it sounds very much like acid house, Funkstörung replaced most of the original straight beats with breakbeats ... Funkstörung have noted that they didn't use real vintage hardware for the record, but virtual instruments that sounded quite the same ...
... The only time it is usually rung now is at midnight on New Year's Eve, when it is rung thirty-three times ... It was, however, rung on the day that President Kim Dae-jung took office ...
... It became traditional for the bells to be rung when important visitors, especially monarchs or other members of the Royal Family, came to the town a series of tablets preserved at the base of ... More recently, the bells were rung half-muffled for the funeral of Henry Allingham on 30 July 2009 ...
Famous quotes containing the word rung:
“Indeed, said the monk, a mass, a matins, and vespers well rung are half-said.”
—François Rabelais (14941553)
“Ere the bat hath flown
His cloistered flight, ere to black Hecates summons
The shard-born beetle with his drowsy hums
Hath rung nights yawning peal, there shall be done
A deed of dreadful note.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“As must have rung the harvest-song of Linos
Of bloody water in a heap of stones.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)