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A peacock is the male of the Indian Peafowl.
Peacock may also refer to:
Brush-footed butterflies (family Nymphalidae)
- Any species of the genus Anartia from the tropical and subtropical Americas
- The European Peacock (Inachis io)
- The Peacock Pansy (Junonia almana) from South Asia
Swallowtail butterflies (family Papilionidae)
- Papilio blumei, the Peacock or Green Swallowtail
- Several other South Asian species of the genus Papilio
- Red sandalwood tree, sometimes called "peacock flower fence"
- Peacock Hills, Canada
- Peacock Peak, Arizona, USA
- Peacock Sound, Antarctica
- Peacock Springs State Park, Florida
- Peacock, Texas, an unincorporated community in Stonewall County, Texas, United States
- Peacock Township, Michigan, USA
- Peacock (surname), including fictional characters
- Peacock (2005 film) (Kong que), a Chinese film
- Peacock (2010 film), an American psychological thriller
- "Peacock" (song), a song by Katy Perry
- The Peacocks (band), a Swiss psychobilly group founded in 1990
- Peacock Records, a record label
- USS Peacock, a number of U.S. Navy vessels:
- Beyer-Peacock, a British railway locomotive manufacturer
- Bornite, sometimes referred to as Peacock ore
- Daimaru Peacock (ja:大丸ピーコック), a Japanese supermarket
- The logo of American television network NBC which is often called "The Peacock Network"
- Pavo (constellation), the peacock
- Peacock is also a name for the brightest star (Alpha Pavonis) in that constellation
- Peacock (Fabergé egg), a 1908 Fabergé egg
- Peacock River = Konqi (孔雀河; Kǒngquè Hé), river in Xinjiang, China
- Peacock Throne of India and Persia
- Peacocks (retailer), a UK clothing retailer
- The Peacock Angel, Melek Taus (ملك طاووس), is the Yazidis' name for the central figure of their faith
Peacocks (disambiguation page for the plural form)
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