Noah (disambiguation)

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Noah is a prophet in the Abrahamic religions who built an ark to save each kind of animal from the Deluge.

Noah may also refer to:

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  • Noah (1998 film), a 1998 TV film directed by Ken Kwapis
  • Noah (TV series), a 2010 Philippine TV series
  • Noah (2014 film), a 2014 theatrical film directed by Darren Aronofsky
  • The boss of the Big Five in Season 3 of the second series of Yu-Gi-Oh!
  • The primary antagonists of the D.Gray-man fictional universe [manga/anime] refer to themselves as the Noah Clan ("Noah no Ichizoku"). While they claim to be the sole inheritors of Noah's covenant, this is belied by the fact that in the Noah narrative all surviving humans are descendants of Noah. Nonetheless, each member supposedly represents an different "aspect of Noah" and assert that other humans are weaker due to their imperfect heritage.

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