Korn (disambiguation)

Korn (disambiguation)

Korn is a nu metal band from Bakersfield, California.

Korn or KORN may refer to:

  • Korn (album), the band Korn's debut album
  • Korn (liquor), a very common form of schnapps, sometimes added to Berliner Weisse
  • Korn shell (ksh), a command-line interface for Unix
  • Korn Spruit, a battle which occurred in South Africa during the Second Boer War
  • Colonel Korn, a character in Joseph Heller's novel Catch-22
  • Korn/Ferry, an executive search firm
  • Chiers river in Luxembourg, Belgium, and France (German name Korn)
  • Korn, the name of a Nintendo 64 Emulator for Windows
  • Korn, the German code name for Coventry during The Blitz in World War II


  • KORN (AM) radio in Mitchell, South Dakota, United States
  • KDLT radio, in Sioux Falls, South Dakota (original callsign KORN)
  • KORN Radio, fictional home of the Don Harron character Charlie Farquharson from the TV series Hee Haw


  • Arthur Korn (1870–1945), devised practical phototelegraphy in 1902
  • Arthur Korn (architect) (1891–1978), architect and urban planner
  • David Korn (computer scientist), programmer, created the Korn shell
  • Dieter Korn (1958), German paleontologist specializing in Ammonites
  • Jim Korn, retired professional ice hockey player
  • Korn, a Japanese rap artist
  • Korn Chatikavanij, Finance Minister of Thailand
  • M. F. Korn, American science fiction author
  • Peter Jona Korn (1922–1998), German composer and conductor
  • Sandi Korn, American model and actress
  • Walter Korn (1908–1997), Prague-born author of chess opening books
  • Werner Korn (19??-????), German malacologist

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