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Amicus is Latin for 'friend' or 'comrade'. The word may refer to:
- Amicus, the former British trade union, now merged with the TGWU to form Unite
- Amicus Bank, a former bank based in Canada
- Amicus Books, an independent bookstore in Marysville, California, United States
- Amicus Productions, a British film production company
- Amicus (charity), a UK-based non-profit organization
- Amicus, Illinois, a former name of Sciota, a village in Illinois, United States
- Amicus, Virginia, an unincorporated community in Greene County, Virginia, United States
People with the name
- Bartholomeus Amicus (1562–1649), Jesuit priest, teacher, and writer
- Peter Dodds McCormick (pen name: Amicus) (1834–1916), composer of Advance Australia Fair
- Amicus curiae, a legal Latin phrase, literally translated as "friend of the court"
- Proximus amicus, a legal Latin phrase, literally translated as "next friend"
- Project Amicus, a geosocial networking app
- Amicus, the former name of OnEarth, published by the Natural Resources Defense Council
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