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Bantam may refer to:
- Bantam (poultry), a small breed of chickens
- Bantamweight, a weight class in boxing and mixed martial arts
- Bantam (city), a city and former sultanate on Java island, in Indonesia
- Bantam, Cocos (Keeling) Islands
- Bantam, Connecticut, United States
- Bantam (comics), two Marvel Universe characters
- Bantam Books, an imprint of Random House, originally specializing in pocket-sized paperbacks
- Bantam (car), 1913 motorcar
- American Austin Car Company, 1935 the company was reorganized under the name American Bantam, pioneered the first Jeep design by Karl Probst
- Ford Bantam, pickup truck in South Africa
- BSA Bantam, small two-stroke motorcycle produced from 1948 to 1971
- Bantam, a camera produced by Eastman Kodak
- Bantam, a series of compact cars by the American Austin Car Company
- Bantam jack or plug, a smaller form of Phone connector (audio) with a diameter of 4.4 mm (0.173-inch) used in professional audio or telecommunications.
- Bantam microRNA, is a microRNA gene.
- Warwick W-3 Bantam, homebuilt aircraft design
- Bantam (military), British Army jargon for soldiers admitted into service despite being shorter than allowable under the army's physical guidelines
- Bantam (missile), Swedish anti-tank missile in the 1950s
- BAT Bantam, the FK-23, British 1920s biplane fighter aircraft designed by Fritz Koolhoven
- X-4 Bantam, American test aircraft
- Micro Aviation B22 Bantam, microlight aircraft in New Zealand
- Bantam Bomber, nickname for the A-4 Skyhawk jet fighter
- Bantam, a level in minor ice hockey for ages 13–14
- Bantam, a level in Inline hockey for ages 16u
- The Bantams, nickname for Bradford City A.F.C., a football club in England
- Bantam, official mascot of Trinity College (Connecticut)
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Bantam ( lacrosse )