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Bog is a wetland of mosses or lichens over waterlogged peat.
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Bog or The Bog may also refer to:
- Bog (album), 1999 album by the Croatian alternative rock band Pips, Chips & Videoclips
- Bog (film), 1983 Gloria DeHaven film
- Monsters in the animated film Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey
- The Bog, 1990 song by Bigod 20
- Emperor Bog, a character in computer-animated television series the Butt-Ugly Martians
- Bog, Westmoreland, Jamaica, a settlement
- Bog Gerazi, a village in Kerman Province, Iran
- Bog, Khash, a village in Sistan and Baluchestan Province, Iran
- Bog-i Ston, a village in the Tashkent province of Uzbekistan
- Bog Meadows, an area on the outskirts of west Belfast, Northern Ireland
- Bog River, a river in New York state
- Bog Walk, a town in the parish of Saint Catherine, Jamaica
- The Bog, a former mining village in Shropshire, England
- Bank of Ghana, the central bank of Ghana
- British Organic Geochemical Society, an organisation that aims to promote, exchange and discuss all aspects of organic geochemistry
- Bunch of Guys, counter-terrorism term referring to self-organizing terrorist cells
- El Dorado International Airport, international airport at Bogotá, Colombia, IATA code BOG
- Bog, the word for God in most Slavic languages. (Cyrillic script: Бог; Czech: Bůh; Polish: Bóg; Slovak: Boh).
- Bogs Adornado (William Adornado, born 1951), Filipino professional basketball player
- Bog standard, a slang term for something basic or mediocre
- Slang for "God" in A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess.
- Boots on the Ground
- UK colloquialism for Toilet 
- Bóg, Honor, Ojczyzna (God, Honor, Fatherland), one of the unofficial mottoes of Poland
- Bog pine, common name for two tree species
- Tree bog, a form of waterless toilet
- All pages beginning with "Bog (disambiguation)"
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