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Tiki is the first man in Māori mythology or a humanoid carving in Central Eastern Polynesian culture generally.
Tiki may also refer to:
- Tiki Taane, New Zealand Maori electronica musician
- Tiki Barber, a retired professional football player turned broadcaster
- Tiki Ghosn, a professional mixed martial artist
Computers and applications
- Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware, an open source Web application
- Tiki Data, a Norwegian computer company
- Tiki 100, a desktop home/personal computer
Art and entertainment
- Tiki (album), a 2005 album by Richard Bona
- Walt Disney's Enchanted Tiki Room, an attraction at Disneyland park
- Tiki, the protagonist from Japanese arcade game The New Zealand Story
- Tiki III, the schooner in the American television series Adventures in Paradise
- Tiki, a recurring legendary Divine-Dragon manakete from the Fire Emblem series
- Tiki (gecko), a reptile commonly found clinging to walls in the Philippines
- Hei-tiki, Māori neck pendants, are sometimes erroneously called tiki
- Kon-Tiki, a raft sailed by Thor Heyerdahl across the Pacific
- Viracocha or Apu Kon Tiqsi Huiracocha, the creator of civilization in Incan mythology
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