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The marlin is a large game fish sometimes also known as the spearfish.
Marlin may also refer to:
- The Miami Marlins, a Major League Baseball team
- Marlin Firearms, a manufacturer of rifles and shotguns
- The P5M Marlin, a Cold War patrol bomber of the US Navy
- The Rambler Marlin, an American automobile of the 1960s
- Marlin, code name for Linspire Five-0, a Linux distribution
- Marlin Records, a record label
- Marlin, a character in "Finding Nemo"
- Marlín, Castile-Leon, a village in Spain
- Marlin, Texas, city in Falls County, Texas, United States
- The Cincinnati Marlins, a swim team based in Cincinnati, Ohio
- The Marlin (dinghy), a small 2-3 crew sailing dinghy designed by Ian Proctor
- Marlin (car), a British sports car maker
- Marlin (DRM), a Digital Rights Management technology
- MarLIN, Marine Life Information Network
- Marlin (magazine), an American magazine devoted to big game fishing
- Marline, a tarred hemp twine for marine use, also known as 'marlin' and 'marling'
- SS Marlin, a Liberian steamship in service 1963-65
- USS Marlin, two ships of the United States Navy
- Alice Tepper Marlin, President and CEO of Social Accountability International
- Calvin Marlin, South African footballer
- Coo Coo Marlin (1932–2005), American NASCAR driver; father of Sterling Marlin
- Randal Marlin, Canadian professor of philosophy
- Sterling Marlin (born 1957), American NASCAR driver
- Lene Marlin (born 1980), Norwegian musician
- Marlin Perkins (1905–1986), American zoologist and TV personality
- Marlin Hurt (1905-1946), American stage entertainer and radio actor
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