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Molly or Mollie may refer to:
- Molly (name) or Mollie, a female given name (including a list of persons and characters with the name)
- Poecilia sphenops, a species of fish commonly known as "molly"
- Poecilia, a genus of fishes collectively known as "mollies"
Film, television and theatre
- Molly (film), a 1999 film by John Duigan
- Molly: An American Girl on the Home Front, a 2006 made-for-television film
- Molly (musical), a 1973 Broadway musical
- Molly, starring Caroline Silhol in a role nominated for the Molière Award for Best Actress
- Molly, a Polish television series
- Molly, a children's TV series that aired on The Children's Channel
- Molly (band), a Swedish band mixing ska and Irish folk music
- Molly Smitten-Downes, English singer known by the mononym Molly
- "Molly" (Cedric Gervais song)
- "Molly" (Tyga song)
- "Molly", a song by Mindless Self Indulgence from Tight
- "Molly", a song by Mike Oldfield from QE2
- "Molly", a song by Ween from the album The Pod
- "Molly (16 Candles Down the Drain)", a 1995 single by Sponge
- MDMA (Ecstasy) or possibly Methylone (bk-MDMA), drugs associated with clubs and dancing
- Molly, a female mule
- Molly (fastener), a type of wall anchor
- Molly dance, a form of English Morris dance
- Molly house, a term for a gay house of assignation in 18th century
- Molly Maguires, a 19th-century Irish secret society
- Molly Malone, an old folk song about a female fishmonger in Dublin, Ireland; and an associated famous statue and commemoration day in Dublin, Ireland.
- Molly Mormon, a stereotype of a Latter-day Saint woman
- MOLLE (military), Modular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment
- Mollee, New South Wales, a parish in White County, New South Wales
- Mali (disambiguation)
- Mahle (disambiguation)
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