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Surma may refer to:
- Surma (Finnish mythology) — a beast which guards the gates of the Underworld;
- Surma people — a pastoralist ethnic group in western Ethiopia;
- Kohl (cosmetics) — another name for the eyelash dye and eye cosmetic;
- Surma River — a river in Sylhet, Bangladesh
- Сарма — the Bulgarian name for a dish of grape, cabbage or chard leaves rolled around a filling usually based on minced meat.
- Сърма — the Bulgarian name for golden threads
- Сурьма - the Russian name for Antimony
- Surma, Nepal
- Surma, Tripura - an assembly constituency under Tripura East (Lok Sabha constituency), India
- Surma-horn, a Ukrainian musical instrument.
- Surma D'Bait Mar Shimun (1883–1975), an Assyrian leader.
- Damian Surma (1981- ), Canadian ice hockey player;
- John P. Surma (1954- ), American businessman;
- Franciszek Surma (1916–1941), Polish pilot in World War II;
- Lukasz Surma (1977- ), Polish footballer;
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