Kid

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Kid(s) may refer to:

Common meanings[edit]

As a nickname[edit]

  • Kid Berg (1909–91; Judah Bergman), English boxer
  • Kid Cudi (born 1984; Scott Ramon Seguro Mescudi), American rapper
  • Kid Durbin (born 1943), American Major League Baseball player
  • Kid Elberfeld (1875-1944), American Major League Baseball player
  • Kid Gleason (1866-1933), American Major League Baseball player and manager
  • Kid Jensen (born 1950; David Jensen), Canadian-British radio DJ
  • Kid Kaplan (1901–70; Louis Kaplan), Russian-born American boxer
  • Ted "Kid" Lewis (1893-70; Gershon Mendeloff), English boxer
  • Kid McCoy (1872-1940), American boxer, in several boxing halls of fame
  • Kid Murphy (1899–1945; Jack Bernstein), American boxer
  • Kid Nichols (1869-1953), American Major League Baseball pitcher, the youngest to win 300 games
  • Kid Ory (1886-1973), American jazz trombonist and bandleader
  • Kid Rock (born 1971; Robert James Ritchie), American singer
  • Christopher "Kid" Reid (born 1964), American actor and former rapper
  • Billy the Kid, American wild west outlaw

Fictional characters[edit]

  • Kid (Chrono Cross), in the PlayStation role-playing game Chrono Cross
  • Kid, character driving plot in Jak II video game
  • Death the Kid, commonly referred to as Kid, in the manga Soul Eater
  • Kid, character played by Adam Ant in the 1978 film Jubilee
  • Kid, main character in Bastion, an Xbox 360 Arcade/PC game

Popular culture[edit]

Music[edit]

Other media[edit]

  • Kid (book), a 1992 collection of poems by Simon Armitage
  • Kid (film), a 2012 Belgian film
  • Kids (film), a 1995 American drama directed by Larry Clark
  • Kid (film), a 1990 American thriller starring C. Thomas Howell

Radio[edit]

Science and technology[edit]

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]