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A maggot is the larva of a fly.
Maggot or Maggott may also refer to:
- Maggot (rapper), member of the band Goldie Lookin Chain
- ''Maggots: The Record, 1987 album by The Plasmatics
- The Maggot, a 1999 album by Melvins
- "Maggots", a 1990 song by Gwar from Scumdogs of the Universe
- "Maggots", a 2000 song by The Screaming Jets from Scam
- "Maggot", a 2004 song by Angelspit from Nurse Grenade
- "Maggots", name for fans of the band Slipknot
- "Maggot", an English country dance, as in "Mr. Beveridge's Maggot" (used in Jane Austen dramatizations), "Mr. Isaac's Maggot," and "Jack's Maggot"
- Farmer Maggot, in the Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien
- Maggots (Corpse Bride), from the Tim Burton film Corpse Bride
- Maggot, a main character in the animated children's program Zombie Hotel
- Maggott, a mutant superhero in the Marvel Comics universe
- Archer J. Maggott, a character in the film The Dirty Dozen
- Maggot therapy, the practice of using maggots (fly larvae) to clean out dead tissue
- A Maggot, a novel by British author John Fowles, published in 1985
- "Maggots", a curve on the Silverstone Circuit in Great Britain
- Apple maggot, Rhagoletis pomonella or railroad worm, a pest of several fruits, mainly apples
- Rhagoletis mendax or blueberry maggot
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