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Holy cow may refer to:
- Holy cow (expression), an exclamation of surprise
- Cattle in religion, particularly in Hinduism, Zoroastrianism, and Ancient Egyptian religion
- Bull (mythology), as it pertains to ancient mythology
- Holy Cow: A Modern-Day Dairy Tale, a novel by David Duchovny
- Holy Cow, an Indian travelogue by Sarah Macdonald (journalist)
- Holy Cow Casino and Brewery, a casino in Las Vegas, Nevada
- "Holy Cow", a song by Lee Dorsey
- "Holy Cow", a song by K-OS on the album The Anchorman Mixtape
- "Holy Cow", a song by Yolanda Be Cool
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