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A wiki (or wiki wiki) is a collaborative website. Wiki or wiki wiki may also refer to the following:
- WikiWikiWeb, the original wiki website, and originator of the word "wiki"
- Wiki software, software used to run a wiki website
- Wikipedia, a wiki encyclopedia sometimes referred to as "wiki"
- .wiki, a generic top-level domain overseen by ICANN.
- Ruben Wiki, New Zealand rugby league footballer
- Wieke Hoogzaad (nicknamed Wiki de Viking), Dutch triathlete
- Wiki González, Major League Baseball player
- "Wiki-wiki", a story (and title character) written by the title character of the Jack London novel Martin Eden
- WIKI (FM) a country music radio station in Carrollton, Kentucky, United States
- "Jam on Revenge (the Wikki-Wikki Song)", 1983 single by the band Newcleus
- The phrase "wiki wiki", meant to simulate a DJ scratching a turntable, used by Newcleus in several songs as well as "Wild Wild West" (Will Smith song), among others
- WIKI (computer game), a 2006 massively multiplayer online role-playing game
- Wiki Dankowska, a fictional character in the British television show Coronation Street
- Wiki, a sidekick character in the video game Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure
- W1K1, pronounced "wiki", a mini-robot from the 1970s Filmation sci-fi show Jason of Star Command
- Vicky the Viking (also Wikki or Wickie), a 1970s animated cartoon character
- Loeki, Rieki, Wieki, three living dolls from a series of story-albums (singles) for children, sold with Biotex detergent in the early 1970s
- Wiki wiki dollar, a 1960s gasoline give-away promotion
- Wiki Wiki Shuttle, a Hawaiian airport bus system
- All pages beginning with "Wiki"
- Wicked (disambiguation)
- Wick (disambiguation)
- Wookie (disambiguation)
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