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- Court (royal), the retinue and larger household and entourage of a monarch, prince of the church, or a high nobleman
- A court of law
- A tennis court, the place in which Tennis matches are played.
- A basketball court, the place in which Basketball matches are played.
- A courthouse, a building where justice is administrated; may house one or more courtrooms inside
- A courtroom, an interior space (often inside a courthouse/court building) where legal proceedings are conducted
- Courtyard or quadrangle, architectural features, with the latter term usually used at colleges or university campuses
- A defined playing area, with a prepared surface, for a game or sport, usually with solid boundaries (as opposed to a field); major examples include: tennis court, basketball court and volleyball court
- Food court
- Cul-de-sac in American English
- Court show genre
- The Court (TV series) an American legal drama television series that aired from March 26 until April 9, 2002.
As a person's name
- Antoine Court, French Huguenot Protestant Reformer
- Charles Court, Ex Premier of Western Australia and Margaret Court's father-in-law
- Claude August Court, French soldier and mercenary. General to Maharaja Ranjit Sinjh
- David Court, English footballer
- Hazel Court, actress
- Margaret Court, one of the best female tennis players of all time.
As a specific place
- Courts Island, Tasmania
- Court, Switzerland is a municipality in the Canton of Berne, Switzerland
- Any one of several places listed as simply Court listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Pasadena, California
- Court (District Electoral Area), a district electoral area in Belfast, Northern Ireland
As a firm
- A social group of animals, notably kangaroos
- Court as a verb means to seek out or solicit the affections of someone (see courtship)
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