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A spur is a metal instrument fastened to the heel of a horse rider.
Spur may also refer to:
- Spur (horse), an American thoroughbred racehorse
- Spur (zoology), an outgrowth of bone covered in a sheath of horn
- Heel spur, a thin spike of calcification in the human foot
- Spur (botany), an elongated appendage of certain sepals
- Spur (vine), one-year-old wood of a grapevine that is pruned back to leave just one or two buds to be used for next year's crop of grapes
- Spur (topography), a mountain ridge projecting laterally from a main mountain or mountain range
- Spur, Texas, United States
- Spur line, a short railway (railroad) branching from a main line
- Spur route, a short road branching from longer, more important route
- Spur trail, a shorter trail which branches from a longer route
- SPUR (magazine), a student magazine in Adelaide, Australia
- San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association, a non-profit research, education, and advocacy organization
- Gruppe SPUR, a German artistic collaboration, and their journal of the same name
- Spur Steak Ranches, a chain of steakhouses in South Africa
- Spur gas, North American gas stations operated by Murphy Oil
- Spur (architecture), the ornament carved on the angles of the bases of early columns
- Spur (typography), a small continuation of part of a printed letter, especially an uppercase G
- Spur, or a spurious tone, a tone in an electronic circuit which interferes with a signal
- Spur, or trace (linear algebra), sum of the elements on the main diagonal
- Spur Award, an annual literary prize awarded by the Western Writers of America
- Spur gear, the simplest and probably most common type of gear
- All pages beginning with "spur"
- All pages with titles containing "spur"
- Spurs (disambiguation)
- Spurr (disambiguation)
- Spurt (disambiguation)
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