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Silk is a natural fibre and a textile woven from it.
Silk or Silks may also refer to:
- Silk (web browser) or Amazon Silk, a web browser developed by Amazon for Kindle Fire
- SILK, an audio compression format and codec
Entertainment and media
- Doctor Silk, a character in Ninjak
- Patera Silk, a character in The Book of the Long Sun
- Silk or Prince Kheldar of Drasnia, a character in The Belgariad and The Malloreon
Film, television and music
- Silk (2006 film), a Taiwan horror film
- Silk (2007 film), a drama starring Keira Knightley, based on Alessandro Baricco's novel
- Silk (TV series), a British TV series about lawyers
- Silk, a BBC Two '1991-2001' ident
- Silk (group), an American R&B group
- Steve "Silk" Hurley, American house-music producer
- Silk O'Loughlin (Francis H. "Silk" O'Loughlin), American umpire in Major League Baseball
- Silk Smitha (Vijayalakshmi Vadlapati), South Indian cinema actress
- Alexandra Silk, American pornographic actress
- Anna Silk, Canadian television and film actress
- Dennis Silk, British schoolmaster and international cricketer
- Garnett Silk, Jamaican reggae musician
- Gary Silk (footballer), English right-back and defensive midfielder
- George Silk, New Zealand photojournalist
- Joseph Silk, American professor and astronomer
- Paul Silk, British civil servant
- Robert Kilroy-Silk, British former politician and TV presenter
- Silk (soy milk), a brand of soy milk
- Aerial silk, an apparatus used in aerial acrobatics
- Queen's Counsel, a class of lawyers
- Racing silks, racing colours worn by jockeys
- Steel Industries Limited Kerala, a company
- SILK, the Skudeneshavn International Literature and Culture festival in Norway
- Cilk, a programming language
- Silkin, a surname
- Silkk the Shocker, American rapper
- All pages beginning with "Silk"
- All pages with titles containing "Silk"
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