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Montauk derives from a place-name in the Mohegan-Montauk-Narragansett language. It can refer to:
- Montaukett, an Algonquian-speaking Native American group native to the eastern end of Long Island, though some were later exiled to Missouri
Montauk may also refer to:
- Montauk, Missouri, an unincorporated area on the Current River
- Montauk State Park (Missouri), a park near Salem, Missouri
- Montauk, New York, a hamlet in East Hampton, New York on Long Island
- Montauk (novel), a 1975 autobiographical novel by the Swiss writer Max Frisch
- Montauk Project (book) (titled: The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time), a book inspired by the tale of the Montauk Project
- "Montauk", a song by Rufus Wainwright from the album "Out Of The Game".
- Montauk (Clermont, Iowa), the home of William Larrabee, the 12th Governor of Iowa
- Montauk Building, a high rise building that existed from 1883–1902 in Chicago
- Montauk Point Lighthouse, the lighthouse on the eastern tip of Long Island
- Montauk Project, a supposed secret US government project involving time travel near the Montauk Point Lighthouse in some conspiracy theories
- Montauk, station of the Long Island Rail Road
- MV Montauk, a small oil tanker formerly owned by Sealift Incorporated
- USS Montauk (1862), a Civil War-era naval vessel in the United States
In other uses
- Montauk Mantis, a record label
- Montauk Monster, an unidentified beaked rodent-like creature whose corpse washed ashore on Long Island, New York in July 2008
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