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Mud is a liquid or semi-liquid mixture of water and soil.
Mud or MUD may also refer to:
Film, television, and music
- Mud (TV series), a BBC television program
- Mud (1997 film), a Bulgarian short film
- Mud (2012 film), a coming-of-age drama film directed by Jeff Nichols
- Mud (band), British glam rock band
- "Mud", a song by Peaches from the album I Feel Cream
- Mud, West Virginia
- Mud, Iran, a city in South Khorasan Province
- Mud District, an administrative subdivision in South Khorasan Province
- Mud Rural District, an administrative subdivision in South Khorasan Province
- Mud-e Olya, a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran
- Mud (record label), part of Parasol Records
- Mud, slang for bad coffee
- Mud Coffee, specialty coffee company in the East Village, NYC
- Mark Grant (baseball) (born 1963), nicknamed Mud, American baseball player and sportscaster
- MUD (Multi-User Dungeon, Multi-User Dimension, or Multi-User Domain), a type of multi-user online virtual environment
- MUD1, the first game in the genre, originally named just MUD
- Municipal Utility District, a form of local government
- Master User Domain, in Windows NT, a Windows Server domain containing only users, not resources
- Master's degree of Urban Design
- Matched unrelated donor, in organ transplantation
- Middle-Up-Down, in contract bridge, a defensive signaling convention
- Metropolitan Utilities District, a public water and natural gas corporation in the Omaha, Nebraska area
- Mesa de la Unidad Democrática, Venezuelan electoral coalition
- Multi-unit dwelling, a housing classification where multiple separate units are in one building
- All pages beginning with "mud"
- All pages with titles containing "mud"
- Mud bath
- Mud flap
- Muddy (disambiguation)
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