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Maru may refer to:
- Mario (Maru) Rubio, Greatest known self-help Hip Hop rapper.
- Maru (surname), a surname of Indic origin
- Maru Daba (born 1980), an Ethiopian runner
- Maru Sira (died 1975), a Sri Lankan criminal who was executed
- Hakudo Maru, a spirit in Japanese mythology who taught humans how to make ships
- Maru (mythology), a Māori war god
- Ngāti Maru (disambiguation), several Māori tribes of New Zealand
- Maggie Rhyme, sometimes known as Maru, an Irish rapper and songstress
- Cho Seong Ju, known under the pseudonym Maru is a professional StarCraft II player from South Korea, who is currently playing for Jin Air Green Wings.
- Maru, Estonia, village in Halliste Parish, Viljandi County, Estonia
- Maru (Irbid), village in Irbid,Jordan
- Maru, Iran (disambiguation)
- Maru, Kathmandu, a market and ceremonial square in Kathmandu, Nepal
- Maru, Nigeria, Local Government Area in Zamfara State
- Maru, Shwegu, a village in Shwegu Township in Bhamo District in the Kachin State of north-eastern Burma
- Maru-Aten, a palace or sun-temple in Armarna, Egypt
- Măru (disambiguation), the name of several villages in Romania
- Măru River (disambiguation) the name of several rivers in Romania
- Măru Roşu (disambiguation), the name of several villages in Romania
- Mount Maru (disambiguation) (丸山), the name for several mountains on Hokkaidō, Japan
- In Japanese:
- maru (まる), meaning circle (◯; Unicode: U+25EF)
- maru (まる), meaning "correct"; the opposite of batsu
- maru (まる), meaning zero (0)
- maru (丸), synonym for kuruwa, a type of Japanese castle wall
- A Japanese diacritical mark ( ゜) used in kana to change an h to a p
- A Japanese punctuation mark (。) for the end-of-sentence fullstop
- Maru language, one of several languages spoken among the Kachin people in Myanmar/Burma and China.
Media and entertainment
- Maru, a novel by Bessie Head
- Maru (cat), a particular cat in Japan that has become an Internet celebrity
- Maru (comics), a fictional villain appearing in the Master of Kung Fu series published by Marvel Comics
- Maru's Mission, an action video game released in 1991 by Jaleco
- Maru Piravi, an Indian Tamil film
- Eureka Maru, a fictional starship from the television show Andromeda
- Kobayashi Maru, training exercise in the films Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) and Star Trek (2009)
- Piper Maru, episode 3x15 of The X-Files
- Piper Maru, the name of an icebreaker in the film Alien vs. Predator
- The word maru is a common suffix to Japanese ship names. See Japanese ship-naming conventions. Notable examples include:
- Daigo Fukuryu Maru, a fishing vessel exposed to radiation from a US nuclear test in 1954
- Ehime Maru, a fishing training ship that collided with the USS Greeneville in 2001
- Hashidate Maru, a Japanese oil tanker converted to factory whaling ship
- Komagata Maru, a Japanese steam liner denied entry to Vancouver, Canada in 1914
- Montevideo Maru, a Japanese ship sunk in World War II, resulting in the loss of large numbers of Australian prisoners of war and civilians and Australia's worst maritime disaster
- Nippon Maru, flagship of daimyo Toyotomi Hideyoshi's 16th century fleet
- Nisshin Maru, a Japanese whaling ship involved in collisions with Greenpeace vessels in 1999 and 2006, and with Sea Shepherd ships in 2013
- No. 23 Nittō Maru, a patrol boat sunk after it encountered the USS Hornet (CV-8), causing the early launch of the Doolittle Raid
- Ryō Un Maru, a Japanese fishing boat washed away from her moorings after the 2011 Tōhoku tsunami, and was deliberately sunk on 5 April 2012 after entering U.S. waters off the coast of Alaska.
- Tatsuta Maru, a Japanese troopship sunk in 1943
- Kobayashi Maru, a fictional starship in the television series "Star Trek" which is part of a simulated test for Captain Kirk.
- Alternate term for Madu, a weapon of Indian origin.
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