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A gander is an adult male goose.
Gander may also refer to:
- Gander, Newfoundland and Labrador, a town in Canada
- Gander (electoral district), a provincial electoral district
- Gander Academy, an elementary school in Gander
- Gander Collegiate, a high school in Gander
- Gander Mall, a one-floor shopping centre in Gander
- Gander International Airport, a major airport in Newfoundland and Labrador
- CFB Gander, also known as 9 Wing Gander, a Canadian air force base co-located at Gander International Airport
- Gander Bay, Newfoundland
- Gander Lake, Newfoundland
- Gander River, Newfoundland
- Gander (Moselle), a small river in Luxembourg and France
- Andrew Gander, drummer for the Australian band Benders
- Forrest Gander (born 1956), American poet, author, critic and translator
- Joe Gander (1888-1954), Australian politician
- Marc Gander, co-founder of the Consumer Action Group
- "Gander", nickname of Monty Stratton (1912-1982), Major League Baseball pitcher
- "The Gander", nickname of Nicolae Dobrin (1947-2007), Romanian footballer
- Gladstone Gander, a Walt Disney fictional character created by comic artist and writer Carl Barks
- Goosetave Gander, a fictional character of the Scrooge McDuck Universe, Gladstone Gander's father
- Gander (horse), a thoroughbred race horse
- Gander Mountain, a hunting and fishing store
- Gander Stakes, an ungraded stakes race for New York bred Thoroughbred race horses
- Gander (dog), a Newfoundland dog, recipient of the Dickin Medal for bravery
- Kokusai Ku-8, a 1940s Japanese light transport monoplane codenamed Gander by the Allies
- USS Gander, a Danube class starship in the science fiction franchise Star Trek
- Northern English slang for 'to look,' for example, "let's have a look at your luggage" would be "let's have a gander at your luggage."
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