Bug

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Bug is an informal term for a small insect or land-dwelling arthropod.[citation needed]

It may also refer to:

Places[edit]

People[edit]

  • Bug Hall (born 1985), American actor, acting teacher and musician
  • Bug Holliday (1867–1910), baseball player
  • The Bug, a recording alias for UK musician Kevin Martin

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Fictional entities[edit]

Films and television[edit]

Gaming[edit]

Literature and publications[edit]

Music[edit]

Albums and soundtracks[edit]

  • Bug (Dave Davies album), a solo album by Dave Davies (best known as lead guitarist and co-founder of British rock band The Kinks), released in May 2002. It was his fourth true solo studio album, almost 20 years after the release of his third effort Chosen People
  • Bug (Dinosaur Jr. album), the third album by American alternative rock band Dinosaur Jr., released in October 1988 through SST Records
  • Bug (soundtrack), the soundtrack to the eponymous 2006 film

Songs[edit]

  • "Bug", a song by Phish from their 2000 album Farmhouse
  • "Bug", a song by Feeder, from their album Echo Park
  • "Bug", a song by Lower Than Atlantis from World Record
  • "The Bug", a 1993 song by Dire Straits

Biology[edit]

Organizations[edit]

Technology[edit]

Transportation[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Bug, slang word meaning to annoy or nag someone
  • Bug, slang word, e.g., "to put a bug in someone's ear", to influence someone, or to advocate for an idea or cause
  • Buginese language (ISO 639 code "bug")
  • Union label, advertising that workers who make a product or provide a service are unionized

See also[edit]