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Cingulum, from the Latin for belt or girdle, may refer to:
- Cingulum (brain), white matter fibers found in the brain
- Cingulum (tooth), a shelf at the margin of a tooth
- A type of groove encircling the theca of dinoflagellates
- Cingulum (Catholicism), a rope belt used by monastic order such as the Order of Saint John (Bailiwick of Brandenburg)
- Cingulum (Wicca), a ritual cord used in British traditional Wicca
- Cingulum militare, Ancient Roman belts decorated with metal fittings worn as a badge of rank by soldiers and officials
- Coleroidion cingulum, a beetle in the family Cerambycidae
- Micropentila cingulum, a butterfly in the family Lycaenidae
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