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Fig, Fig., FIG, or figs may refer to:
- Ficus, a genus of about 850 species of woody trees
- Common fig (Ficus carica), the species of Ficus widely cultivated for its edible fruit
- Fig, North Carolina, an unincorporated community
- Fig Tree Cave, a cave in the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar
- Fria Airport, Republic of Guinea (IATA code FIG)
- Anton Fig (born 1952), a session drummer noted for his work in David Letterman's house band, the CBS Orchestra
- David Fig, a South African environmental sociologist, political economist, and activist
- Henrik Fig (born 1972), retired Danish association football midfielder who played professionally in Denmark, Germany and the United States
- fig. or Fig., short for figure
- Fig., the standard botanical author abbreviation for Antonio Bey Figari (1804–1870), Italian pharmacist and naturalist
- FIGS, an acronym for the European languages French, Italian, German and Spanish
- Fédération Internationale de Gymnastique, governing body of competitive gymnastics
- Fortress Investment Group, an American investment management firm
- Feminist Improvising Group, an English jazz and experimental music ensemble
- International Federation of Surveyors or Fédération Internationale des Géomètres, global organization for the profession of surveying
- Fig (band), a Filipino rock-alternative group
- Fig Rig, a camera stabilization device for smaller cameras
- Fig sign, a hand gesture
- Figging, a sexual practice of inserting a piece of ginger root into the anus or vagina
- At-Tin or The Fig, the 95th sura of the Qur'an
- Fig Tree (disambiguation)
- Indian Fig (disambiguation)
- Xfig, a vector graphics editor which uses file extension .fig
- Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigate, informally nicknamed 'fig'
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