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The Zuni people are a tribe of Pueblo Native Americans in the United States.
Zuni may also refer to:
- Zuni.vn, e-learning website which was founded by Vietnam Internet User Community Foundation (VNIF) and VNG Corporation.
- Applebay Zuni, glider
- Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico in the U.S., named after the Zuni people
- Zuni Salt Lake, a salt lake about 60 miles south of the Zuni Pueblo
- Zuni River, a sacred river to the Zuni people, flowing from New Mexico to Arizona in the U.S.
- Zuni bluehead sucker, a fish native to that river
- Zuni, Virginia, an unincorporated town in Virginia in the United States
- Zuni Cafe, a San Francisco restaurant owned by former chefs of Chez Panisse
- Zuni (rocket), a rocket developed for both air-to-air and air-to-ground operations
- USS Zuni (ATF-95), a United States Navy warship named after the Zuni people
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