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Admiral is the rank, or part of the name of the ranks, of the highest naval officers.
Admiral may also refer to:
- Admiral-class battlecruiser, a class of Royal Navy ships, of which only the HMS Hood was completed
- USS Admiral, the name of three ships of the U.S. Navy
- SS Admiral, an American excursion steamboat
- David Robinson (basketball), an American basketball player nicknamed "the Admiral"
- Admiral Vladivostok, a Russian ice hockey team set to join the Kontinental Hockey League in 2013–14
- Amsterdam Admirals, a defunct American football team from Amsterdam
- Milwaukee Admirals, an American Hockey League franchise
- Norfolk Admirals, an American Hockey League franchise
- Admiral's Cup, an international yachting regatta
- Admiral Group, a motor insurance company based in Cardiff, Wales
- Admiral Insurance, part of the Admiral Group
- Admiral Sportswear, a British sportswear brand
- Admiral (electrical appliances), a brand of electrical appliances
- Admiral (gambling), a British high street gambling chain
- Admiral Overseas Corporation (AOC), former Admiral subsidiary
- The Admiral (2008 film), a 2008 Russian historical film about Alexander Kolchak
- The Admiral: Roaring Currents, a 2014 South Korean film
- Michiel de Ruyter (film), a 2015 Dutch film released internationally under the title Admiral
- Admiral Dewey Larry (born 1958), American football player
- Virginia Admiral (born 1915), American painter and poet, mother of actor Robert De Niro
- Jack Nimitz (1930–2009), American jazz saxophonist, nicknamed "The Admiral"
- Admiral butterfly or Limenitis, a genus of butterflies
- Admiral (grape), another name for the German/Italian wine grape Trollinger
- Opel Admiral, a German luxury car
- Admiral Theater, a landmark film theater in West Seattle, Washington
- Admiral Theatre, an adult venue in Chicago, Illinois
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