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For a discussion of the origin and usage of the word Mormon, see Mormon (word).
A Mormon is one of the Mormons, a subcultural and ethnoreligious group.
Mormon may also refer to:
- Mormon (word), a follower, or constituent of Mormonism, which is the largest branch of the Latter Day Saint movement
- Mormon (Book of Mormon), a prophet and narrator figure within the Book of Mormon
- Mormonism, the religion practiced by Mormons
- Book of Mormon, one of the sacred books of Mormonism
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), the largest and most prominent branch of Mormonism
- Latter Day Saint movement, a group of faiths tracing their origin to Joseph Smith, Jr.
- Mormon studies, the academic discipline involving scholarship about Mormons
- Mormon fundamentalism, a branch of Mormonism that practices polygamy
- Book of Mormon (Mormon's record), one of several "books" within the Book of Mormon
- Mormon, California, an unincorporated community in San Joaquin County, California, United States
- The Mormons (miniseries), a 2007 PBS documentary about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
- Jack Mormon, 19th century slang for an unbaptized Mormon sympathizer
- The Book of Mormon (musical), a satire about Mormon missionaries
- "Mormon" is part of the common name of several butterflies in the genus Papilio, in particular
- Papilio mayo or Andaman Mormon found in the Adamans
- Papilio memnon or Great Mormon, endemic to Indochina and Japan
- Papilio polymnestor or Blue Mormon, endemic to parts of India
- Papilio polytes or Common Mormon, endemic to India, the Himalayas, parts of China, and Indochina
- Papilio deiphobus rumanzovia or Scarlet Mormon, endemic to the Philippines and Celebes
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