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Bottom may refer to:
Anatomy and sex
- Bottom (BDSM), the partner in a BDSM who takes the passive, receiving, or obedient role, to that of the top or dominant
- Bottom (sex), a term used by gay, BDSM, and some straight couples
- Buttocks or bottom, portions of the anatomy on the posterior of the pelvic region of apes and humans, and many other bipeds or quadrupeds
Arts, entertainment, and media
- Bottom (TV series), a British sitcom and stage show
- "Bottom", a song by Puddle of Mudd from Life On Display
- "Bottom", a song by Tool from Undertow
- Nick Bottom, a character from Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream
- The Bottoms (novel), a 2000 novel by Joe R. Lansdale
- Bottoms, a 1966 film by Yoko Ono
- Bottom (technical analysis), a chart pattern in the technical analysis of securities
- Bottom (valley), the floor of a valley
- List of bottoms, list of geographical features called "bottom"
- Bottomland (freshwater ecology), low-lying alluvial land adjacent to a river
- Foggy Bottom, a neighborhood in Washington, D.C.
- Lower Bottoms, Oakland, California or The Bottoms, a neighborhood in Oakland, California, U.S.
- St. Paul's Bottoms or The Bottoms, a neighborhood in Shreveport, Louisiana
- Seabed, the floor of the ocean or ocean bottom
- Stream bed, the channel bottom of a stream, river or creek
- The Bottom, capital of the island of Saba
- The Bottoms, a neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio, U.S.
- Bottom, or falsum, a contradiction in logic and Boolean algebra
- Bottom element, in lattice theory and related branches of mathematics
- Bottom type, or empty type, in type theory
- The symbol up tack (⊥), used to represent these concepts
- Bottom quark, a subatomic particle
- Bottoming (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with "Bottom"
- All pages with a title containing Bottom
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