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Double Dutch may refer to:
- Double Dutch, a description of hard to understand language and a language game; both primarily used in English:
- Double Dutch (jump rope), a game of jump rope with two ropes, two rope turners and at least one jumper
- Double Dutch (writing style), a writing style used by John O'Mill
- Double Dutch (album), a 2005 album by the Eames Era
- "Double Dutch" (song), a 1983 pop song by Malcolm McLaren
- "Double Dutch" (song), a 1974 song by folk-progressive act Gryphon from their 1974 album "Midnight Mushrumps"
- "Double Dutch Bus", a 1980 Frankie Smith song with some lines in Izzle double talk, covered by Raven Samone in 2008
- Double Dutch (novel), a 2002 young adult novel by Sharon Draper
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