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Anonymous is the adjective form of anonymity, the state of an individual's personal identity, or personally identifiable information, being publicly unknown. It may also refer to:
- Anonymous work, a work of art or literature that has an unnamed or unknown creator or author.
- Anonymous IV, a 13th-century English student of medieval music theory whose works are a major source for modern scholars of that era.
- Anonymous 4, female a cappella quartet, based in New York City.
- List of anonymously published works
- Joe Klein, who used the pen name "Anonymous" while authoring Primary Colors
- Anonymous (group), the collective name of loosely affiliated individuals that participate in hacktivism
- Anonymous for Animal Rights, an animal rights group based in Israel
- "Anonymous" (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation), a 2000 episode of the first season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
- Anonymous (TV series), a 2006 Irish television show fronted by Jason Byrne
- "Anonymous" (NCIS: Los Angeles), a 2010 episode of the second season of NCIS: Los Angeles
- Anonymous (film), a 2011 film about the identity of the author of William Shakespeare's plays
- Rodney Anonymous, the stage name of Rodney Linderman, a Philadelphia musician and humorist
- Jayson Sherlock, aka Anonymous, the single musician for the band Horde
- Anonymous (band), an Andorran band
- Anonymous (Stray from the Path album)
- Anonymous (Tomahawk album)
- Anonymous (Tyske Ludder album)
- "Anonymous" (Bobby Valentino song), 2007
- "Anonymous" (Sleater-Kinney song)
- "Anonymous" (Spacehog song)
- Anon (disambiguation), for the abbreviation
- Anonymus (disambiguation)
- Nomen nescio, used to signify an anonymous or non-specific person
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- All pages with titles containing "Anonymous"
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