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Columba (521–597) was an Irish prince who evangelised the Picts, and is one of the patron saints of Scotland.
Columba may also refer to:
- Columba (given name), a list of people
Science and technology
- Columba (constellation)
- Columba (Chinese astronomy), a constellation
- Columba (genus), a genus of doves and pigeons
- Columba (e-mail client)
- Columba, a Medical Mobile sold in Movistar shops
- RMS Columba, a Clyde paddle steamer launched in 1878
- MV Columba, a car ferry later converted to the cruise ship MV Hebridean Princess
Schools and colleges
- Book of Kells, an illuminated manuscript Gospel book in Latin sometimes called the Book of Columba
- Columba Project, a Gaelic language social program also known as the Columba Initiative
- Columcille (album), a 1995 album by Dave Fitzgerald
- Source Columba, a World War II intelligence operation involving pigeons
- Saint Columba (disambiguation)
- St Columb (disambiguation)
- Colomba (disambiguation)
- Beta Columbae, a constellation
- Columbo (disambiguation)
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