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The terms dub, dubs, or dubbing commonly refer to:

  • Accolade (also known as dubbing), a central act in rite of passage ceremonies conferring knighthood
  • Dub music, a subgenre of reggae music
  • Dubbing, a post-production process used in filmmaking and video production

Dub, dubs, or dubbing may also refer to:

Arts and media[edit]


  • Dub poetry, a form of performance poetry consisting of spoken word over reggae rhythms
  • Dub (magazine), a North American magazine covering the urban custom car culture


  • Dubbing (music), transfer or copying of previously recorded audio material from one medium to another
  • The Dubs, American 1950s doo-wop vocal group
  • "Dub", a song by Yeat from 2 Alive (2022)

Other uses in arts and media[edit]

  • The Dub, a lost 1919 American silent comedy film




Medieval period[edit]

Modern era[edit]

  • Dub (nickname), a list of people nicknamed "Dub" or "Dubs"
  • Dubs (surname), a list of people surnamed Dubs
  • Gene Dub (born 1943), Canadian architect and former politician
  • Dub FX, stage name of Australian street performer and musician Benjamin Stanford (born 1983)
  • A person from Dublin, Ireland (slang term)


Other uses[edit]

  • "Dub", a shortened name for the letter W
  • DUB (cuneiform), a sign in cuneiform writing
  • Dub (wheel), an automobile wheel or rim that is twenty or more inches in diameter
  • Dubbing (poultry), the procedure of removing the comb, wattles and sometimes earlobes of poultry
  • Dübs and Company, a locomotive works in Glasgow, Scotland

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