Vengeance

Vengeance may refer to:

*Revenge
*HMS "Vengeance", eight vessels of the British Royal Navy
*Vultee A-31 Vengeance, an American dive-bomber of the Second World War

In publications:
*Vengeance (comics), a character in the Marvel Universe
*"Vengeance" (novel), the 69th novel in the SuperBolan series
*"Vengeance" (Angel novel), a novel by Scott Ciencin and Dan Jolley
*Vengeance ("A Tale of Two Cities"), a character in "A Tale of Two Cities"
*"", a book by George Jonas

In film and television:
*"Vengeance" ("Mortal Kombat Conquest" episode), the final episode of "Mortal Kombat: Conquest"
*, an episode of "CSI: Miami"
*"Vengeance" ("Stargate Atlantis), an episode of "Stargate Atlantis"
*"WWE Night of Champions", a professional wrestling pay-per-view event held by World Wrestling Entertainment formerly known as WWE Vengeance.
*"Vengeance" (1965 film), a 1965 samurai film directed by Tadashi Imai
*"Vengeance" (1970 film), a 1970 Chang Cheh kung-fu film
*Chanwook Park's "Vengeance" trilogy: "Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance", "Oldboy" and "Sympathy for Lady Vengeance"
*"Vengeance", English title of "La venganza", a 1958 Academy Award-nominated Spanish film directed by Juan Antonio Bardem

In music:
*"Vengeance" (album), a 2001 album by Mystic Prophecy
*"Vengeance" (Nonpoint album), a 2007 album by Nonpoint
*"Vengeance - The Independent Story", the debut album by New Model Army
*"Vengeance", a song by Carly Simon from her 1979 album "Spy"
*"Vengeance", a song by Yngwie Malmsteen from "Magnum Opus"
*Vengeance (band), a Dutch heavy metal band
*Vengeance, the original name of Vengeance Rising, a Christian thrash metal band

In video games:
*"Vengeance" Assault Frigate, a ship in the computer game "Homeworld"
*"Vengeance", a Super Star Destroyer in "Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II"
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People with the surname Vengeance:
*Zacky Vengeance, a member of Avenged Sevenfold


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  • vengeance — [ vɑ̃ʒɑ̃s ] n. f. • XVe; venjance 1080; de venger 1 ♦ Action de se venger. ♢ (L accent étant mis sur la réparation) Dédommagement moral de l offensé par punition de l offenseur. La vengeance de l insulté fut le mépris. La vengeance d une insulte …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • VENGEANCE — (Heb. nekamah, nekimah), inflicting punishment on another in return for an offense or injury, or the withholding of benefits and kindness from another for the same reason. The Bible distinguishes between vengeance that is proper and vengeance… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • vengeance — Vengeance. s. f. Action par laquelle on se venge. Vengeance memorable, éclatante, pleine & entiere, cruelle, exemplaire. prendre, tirer vengeance. il en faut avoir vengeance. courir à la vengeance. j en ay fait la vengeance. il brûla tout le pays …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Vengeance — Personaje de Marvel Comics Información Nombre original Tte. Michael Badinilo / Comisario Kowalski Especialidad Fuerza superhumana. Invulnerabilidad a la mayoría de los ataques no mágicos. Invulner …   Wikipedia Español

  • Vengeance — Venge ance, n. [F. vengeance, fr. venger to avenge, L. vindicare to lay claim to, defend, avenge, fr. vindex a claimant, defender, avenger, the first part of which is of uncertain origin, and the last part akin to dicere to say. See {Diction},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Vengeance — war eine niederländische Rock Band um Sänger Leon Geowie, die 1982 gegründet wurde. Sie zeichnete sich vor allem durch eine sehr positive Lebenseinstellung aus. 1984 wurde Vengeance von Derk Joling, dem damaligen A R Manager von CBS Records, bei… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • vengeance — Vengeance, Vltio, Vindicatio, Vindicta. Demander vengeance, Expetere poenas, B. Prendre vengeance, Vindicare. Qui fait la vengeance de quelque chose, Vindex. Laisser la vengeance d une injure aux loix et aux magistrats, Incomþmoda sua legibus… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • vengeance — c.1300, from Anglo Fr. vengeaunce, O.Fr. vengeance revenge, from vengier take revenge, from L. vindicare to set free, claim, avenge (see VINDICATE (Cf. vindicate)). Vengeance is mine, ... saith the Lord. Therefore if thine enemy hunger, feed him; …   Etymology dictionary

  • vengeance — ► NOUN ▪ punishment inflicted or retribution exacted for an injury or wrong. ● with a vengeance Cf. ↑with a vengeance ORIGIN Old French, from venger avenge …   English terms dictionary

  • vengeance — [ven′jəns] n. [ME < OFr < venger, to avenge < L vindicare: see VINDICATE] 1. the return of an injury for an injury, in punishment or retribution; avenging of an injury or offense; revenge 2. the desire to make such a return with a… …   English World dictionary

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