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Look up Mac, mac, MAC, maç, or mac- in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Mac or MAC most commonly refers to:

  • Mac, Gaelic for 'son', a prefix to family names often appearing in Gaelic names
  • Mackintosh, a raincoat made of rubberized cloth
  • Macintosh, a brand of computers and operating systems made by Apple Inc.

Mac or MAC may also refer to:

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Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

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Fictional entities[edit]

  • Mac (Green Wing), a television character
  • Mac (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia), a television character
  • Mac Gargan, an enemy of Spider-Man
  • Angus 'Mac' MacGyver, from the television series MacGyver
  • Cindy 'Mac' Mackenzie, from the TV series Veronica Mars
  • Lt. Col. Sarah MacKenzie, from the TV series JAG
  • Dr. Terrence McAfferty, from Robert Muchamore's CHERUB and Henderson's Boys novel series
  • 'Mac' McAnnally, in The Dresden Files series
  • Randle McMurphy, in the movie One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
  • Mac Taylor, from the TV series CSI: NY
  • Mac, a canine character in the television series Clifford the Big Red Dog
  • Monster Attack Crew, a fictional pilot squadron in the television series Ultraman Leo
  • MAC (Mysterious Alien Creature), the titular character in the 1988 film Mac and Me

Other uses in arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

  • Mac (film), 1992 directed by and starring John Turturro
  • Mac (novel), by John MacLean
  • Mac, a Sports Beanie Baby cardinal produced by Ty, Inc. in 1999
  • MAC Awards, for achievements in cabaret, comedy and jazz, administered by the Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs
  • Mac the Moose, a public statue in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada; formerly the World's Largest Moose

Business and economics[edit]

  • Marginal Abatement Cost, a concept in environmental economics
  • Material adverse change, a provision in mergers and acquisitions contracts and venture financing agreements

Organizations[edit]

Businesses[edit]

  • MAC Cosmetics, a cosmetics brand, stylized as M•A•C
  • Mac Para Technology, a Czech aircraft manufacturer
  • Manufacture d'armes de Châtellerault, a French state arms manufacturer
  • Martin's Air Charter, now Martinair, an airline
  • Morgan Advanced Ceramics, a ceramics manufacturing company

Government and military agencies[edit]

  • Mainland Affairs Council, an agency under the Executive Yuan of the Republic of China
  • Medicare Administrative Contractor, a private company contracted to administer Medicare benefits in the U.S.
  • Metropolitan Airports Commission, the operator of airports in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area
  • Military Affairs Commission in China; see Central Military Commission (People's Republic of China)
  • Military Airlift Command, the predecessor of the Air Mobility Command of the United States Air Force
  • Municipal Assistance Corporation, created by the State of New York in 1975 to deal with New York City's fiscal crisis

Non-profit organizations[edit]

  • mac (Birmingham), formerly known as the Midlands Arts Centre, in Birmingham, UK

Political groups[edit]

  • Mouvement d'Action Civique, a defunct Belgian far right group
  • Mouvement Autonome Casamançais (Casamancian Autonomous Movement), a defunct political party in Casamance, Senegal
  • Mudiad Amddiffyn Cymru, a Welsh organization responsible for a number of bombing incidents
  • Muslims Against Crusades, a UK-based Islamic group noted for burning poppies during the Remembrance Day silence in 2010

Schools[edit]

  • Macdonald Campus of McGill University, Canada
  • McMaster University, in Canada
  • Michigan Agricultural College, former name of Michigan State University

Sports organizations[edit]

Clubs and teams[edit]

  • Maranhão Atlético Clube, a Brazilian association football club
  • Marília Atlético Clube, a Brazilian association football club
  • Missouri Athletic Club, a traditional gentlemen's and athletic club in downtown St. Louis, Missouri
  • Multnomah Athletic Club, a private athletic club in Oregon

Conferences[edit]

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  • Macomb Area Conference, a Michigan high school football conference
  • Mayflower Athletic Conference, a high school athletic conference in Massachusetts
  • Mid-American Conference, an NCAA Division I (Football Bowl Subdivision) sports conference
  • Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference, a Washington, D.C., area high school athletic league
  • Mid-Atlantic Rifle Conference, an NCAA rifle-only conference
  • Midwest Athletic Conference, an Ohio high school athletic conference in west-central Ohio
  • Middle Atlantic Conferences, an umbrella organization for three NCAA Division III sports conferences
    • Middle Atlantic Conference, one of the three conferences of the above, used to organize competition in some sports
  • Mississippi Athletic Conference, a high school sports conference in the Iowa Quad Cities
  • Mountain Athletic Conference (NCHSAA), a North Carolina high school athletic conference
  • Mountain Athletic Conference (PIAA), a Pennsylvania high school athletic conference

People[edit]

Names[edit]

  • Mac, Gaelic for 'son', a prefix to family names often appearing in Irish and Scottish names
  • Mạc (surname), Anglicized surname or Mạc (Vietnamese surname)
  • Mạc dynasty, 16th century rulers in Vietnam

People with the nickname or professional name[edit]

  • Mac (rapper), American rapper formerly signed to No Limit Records
  • Mac, member and musician of So Solid Crew
  • Mac Brandt, actor
  • Mac Davis, singer and songwriter
  • Mac Dre, American rapper
  • Mac Jones, American football quarterback
  • Mac King, American comedy magician
  • Mac Mall, American rapper
  • Mac Miller, American rapper
  • Derek McCulloch, British radio broadcaster known as 'Uncle Mac'
  • Ian McCulloch (singer), commonly referred to as 'Mac the Mouth' or just 'Mac'
  • Stanley McMurtry, British cartoonist with the pen name 'Mac'

Places[edit]

Inhabited places[edit]

  • Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, nicknamed 'Fort Mac'
  • Macau, a special administrative region of the People's Republic of China, ISO 3166 code MAC
  • Macedonia (disambiguation), various places

Museums and arts centers[edit]

  • mac (Birmingham), formerly known as the Midlands Arts Centre, in Birmingham, UK
  • Metropolitan Arts Centre, Belfast, UK
  • Archaeology Museum of Catalonia (Museu d'Arqueologia de Catalunya), an archaeology museum in Catalonia, Spain
  • Niterói Contemporary Art Museum (Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Niterói), a museum in Niterói, Brazil

Other facilities[edit]

  • Macomb (Amtrak station), Illinois, United States, Amtrak station code MAC
  • UCLA Marina Aquatic Center, a recreational facility in Marina del Rey, California
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Science and technology[edit]

Biology and medicine[edit]

  • MAC (chemotherapy), a chemotherapy regimen of Mitoxantrone and Ara-C
  • Maximaal Aanvaarde Concentratie (Maximum Accepted Concentration), an application of threshold limit value in the Netherlands
  • Maximum allowable concentration, a concept related to threshold limit value
  • Membrane attack complex, an immune system function using complement
  • Minimum alveolar concentration, a measure used to compare the strengths of anaesthetic vapours
  • Mitochondrial apoptosis-induced channel, the cytochrome c release pore of apoptotic mitochondria
  • Monitored anesthesia care, a form of anesthesia with partial awareness
  • Mycobacterium avium complex, a group of environmental pathogens

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Computing and telecommunication[edit]

  • MAC address, or Ethernet Hardware Address (EHA), the OSI layer 2 address of network interfaces
  • .mac, a file extension for macros in Agilent ChemStation software
  • Macintosh, a brand of computers and computer operating systems made by Apple Inc.
    • macOS, formerly Mac OS X and OS X, Apple's current operating system for the Macintosh
    • Classic Mac OS, the original operating system for Apple's Macintosh
    • .Mac, now iCloud, a subscription service by Apple
  • MAC times, metadata which record times of events associated with a computer file
  • Mandatory access control, a type of access control in computer security
  • Maximum activate count, a parameter associated with the LPDDR4 memory's TRR feature that mitigates row hammer effect
  • Medium access control (often 'Media Access Control'), a sublayer of the Data Link layer
  • Message authentication code, used to authenticate a message in cryptography
  • Migration Authorisation Code, a unique code used when switching between DSL Internet service providers in the UK
  • Multiplexed Analogue Components, a proposed satellite television transmission standard
  • Multiply–accumulate operation, or multiplier–accumulator, in digital signal processing

Transportation[edit]

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  • Mean aerodynamic chord, a measure of the geometry of an airfoil
  • Merchant aircraft carrier, used during World War II by Britain and the Netherlands
  • Mid-air collision, a type of aircraft accident

Weapons[edit]

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  • Mac-10 (Military Armament Corporation Model 10, officially the M10), a compact, blowback-operated machine pistol
  • Mac-11, a sub-compact version of the Model 10 machine pistol

Other uses in science and technology[edit]

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  • Mission assurance, an engineering process
  • MAC (Money Access Card), an ATM (automated teller machine) card

Other uses[edit]

  • MAC Award, or Hermann Trophy, the highest award in American college soccer
  • Mackintosh, a raincoat made of rubberized cloth
  • Modern Army Combatives, a hand-to-hand combat training regimen

See also[edit]

  • Macaroni and cheese, or 'mac and cheese' in American and Canadian English
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