Cougar (disambiguation)

Cougar (disambiguation)

Cougar is a large cat species native to the Americas, Puma concolor.

Cougar may also refer to:



  • Cougar Annie, pioneer of British Columbia
  • John Cougar, former stage name of John Mellencamp (born 1951), American rock musician


  • Cougar (band), an instrumental band from Madison, WI
  • Cougars (band), an indie rock band from Chicago, IL
  • The Cougars, a rock band from Bristol, UK


  • Straight Cougar, a Japanese cartoon caracter
  • Cougar (comics), a superhero



  • Mercury Cougar, an automobile
  • Ford Cougar, a European automobile release
  • ACE Cougar, a bus



Fighting Vehicles

  • AVGP Cougar, a Canadian armored fighting vehicle
  • Cougar (vehicle), an armored military vehicle used by U.S. and British forces


  • HMCS Cougar (Z15), a Royal Canadian Navy patrol vessel in commission from 1940 to 1945
  • SS Cougar, a Panamanian cargo ship in service 1948-51

Other Vehicles

Sports Teams


Computer hardware and software

  • Cougaar, a distributed multi-agent computer architecture
  • Windows Small Business Server 2008, code-named cougar

Other Uses

  • Beretta Cougar, series of Beretta pistols
  • Cougar Energy, Australian energy company
  • The Daily Cougar (formerly The Cougar), a student newspaper of the University of Houston
  • Cougar, a slang term referring to older women who date much younger men, or in the case of lesbians, much younger women

See also

  • All pages beginning with "Cougar"
  • All pages with titles containing "cougar"

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