Godiva or Lady Godiva was an Anglo-Saxon noblewoman who, according to legend, rode naked through the streets of Coventry, in England, in order to gain a remission of the oppressive taxation imposed by her husband on his tenants.
Godiva or Lady Godiva may also refer to:
- Godiva (band), a Swiss heavy metal band
- Godiva (comics), the name of three DC Comics characters
- Lady Godiva (film), a 2008 British romantic comedy film
- Godiva (gastropod), a genus of nudibranchs (sea slugs)
- Godiva (poem), a poem by Alfred Tennyson
- Godiva (programming language), an extension of Java, a programming language
- "Lady Godiva" (song), a 1966 song by Peter and Gordon, notably covered by Alex Day
- 3018 Godiva, an asteroid
- Godiva Chocolatier, a Belgian chocolate maker
- Godiva Festival, an annual festival of pop music held in July in the War Memorial Park, Coventry, England
- Godiva's, a Canadian television series depicting a small restaurant in Vancouver
- Godiva device, an experimental nuclear reactor at the Los Alamos National Laboratory that caused a criticality accident in 1954
- Godiva's Hymn, traditional drinking song for engineers
- Lady Godiva syndrome or exhibitionism
- Lady Godiva Memorial Bnad, (sic) organization of University of Toronto engineering students
- Lady Godiva of Coventry, an American historical film released in 1955
- Lady Godiva Rides Again, British comedy film released in 1951
- "Lady Godiva's Operation", song by The Velvet Underground
- Lady Godiva in popular culture
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