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A hound is a type of dog that assists hunters by tracking or chasing the animal being hunted. Other uses include:
- Hound (Transformers), a fictional character from the various Transformers universes
- Hound, Hampshire, a village in the Borough of Eastleigh, UK
- Hounds (TV series), a 2012 television comedy series set around greyhound racing in Auckland, New Zealand
Hound could also refer to:
- Hound & Horn, a literary quarterly founded by Harvard undergraduates Lincoln Kirstein and Varian Fry in 1927
- HMS Hound, a name given to fifteen ships of the Royal Navy
- The Danish ship Trost, also known as the Hunden ("Hound")
- Hounds (comics), the name given to several groups of mutant characters from Marvel Comics
- De Havilland Hound, a 1920s British two-seat day bomber built by De Havilland Aircraft Company at Stag Lane Aerodrome
- The Hounds, A rock band from the late 1970s who released an album called "Puttin' On The Dog".
- Sherlock Hound is an anime television series based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes series where almost all the characters are depicted as anthropomorphic dogs.
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