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Noddy may refer to:
- Noddy (TV series), a PBS Kids program that ran from 1998–2000
- Noddy (card game), a 16th-century English ancestor of cribbage
- Noddy (tern), several species of tropical seabirds of the family Sternidae in the genera Anous, Procelsterna, and Gygis
- Noddy (TV interview technique), a production technique used to create the illusion of a seamless dialogue
- Noddy, an application for the Memotech MTX series of microcomputers
- Noddy suit, nickname for a type of NBC suit with a pointed hood used by the British Armed Forces
- NODDY, codename for a British Secret Intelligence Service operation to penetrate the Polish security establishment in the early 1960s
- Swastikas for Noddy, an album by English band Current 93
- Noddy (character), a wooden boy who lives in Toyland, created by children's author Enid Blyton
- Noddy, nickname of Nicodemus Boffin, from the novel Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens
- Noddy, nickname of Australian rugby league player Brett Kimmorley
- Noddy Holder, English musician and actor, best known as vocalist and guitarist with Slade
- Noddy, slang term in business for a non-executive director who's sole purpose on the board is to nod or vote yes to executive board decisions. Particularly relating to the remuneration of board directors. Noddy - a yes voting non-executive director.
- Noddy, a small, usually two-wheeled, one-horse hackney carriage formerly used in Ireland and Scotland
- Noddy bike, nickname for the Velocette LE motorcycles formerly used by the British police
- Noddy (log canoe), listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985
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