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Duck is a name applied to several bird species of the family Anatidae.
Duck, The Duck or ducks may also refer to:
- Duck (surname)
- Duck (nickname)
- Duck (crossword compiler), pseudonym of Don Manley (born 1945), a British compiler of crosswords
- Duck, North Carolina, a small town
- Duck, West Virginia, an unincorporated community
- Monte Creek, British Columbia, Canada, a rural locality originally named "Ducks"
Sports and games
- Duck (bridge), a tactic in the card game of contract bridge
- Duck (cricket), a cricketing term denoting a batsman being dismissed with a score of zero
- Anaheim Ducks, a hockey team
- Oregon Ducks, the sports teams of the University of Oregon
- The Oregon Duck, the mascot for the University of Oregon
- Long Island Ducks, a minor league baseball team
- Duck (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland)
- Duck, a main character in the British TV show Sarah & Duck
- Duck, a character in the anime Princess Tutu
- Ducks, a fictional race of sentient creatures in the Glorantha setting for the fantasy role-playing games RuneQuest and Suikoden
- Duck, a character from the Animated TV series WordWorld
- Duck the Great Western Engine, a character from the Railway Series by Rev. W. Awdry
Film and television
- Duck (film), a 2005 film by Nic Batterau
- Duck! The Carbine High Massacre, a 2006 film about a fictional school shooting
- "Duck! / Aren't You Chupacabra To See Me?", an episode of The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy
- "Ducks", an episode of the television series Teletubbies
- Duck, a BBC Two television ident first aired in 1997 (see BBC Two '1991-2001' idents)
- American Canyon Transit, also known as "The Duck"
- Citroën 2CV, a car model nicknamed "The Duck"
- Ducati, a motorcycle company, sometimes shortened to "Duc" or "Duck"
- Goodyear Duck, a 1940s amphibian aircraft
- Grumman JF Duck, a 1930s biplane amphibious aircraft built for the US Navy
- J2F Duck, amphibious aircraft derived from the JF Duck
- DUKW, commonly pronounced "duck", an amphibious six-wheel drive vehicle used by the US military during World War II
- On2 Technologies, formerly The Duck Corporation, which designed video codec technology
- Duck Records, a record label
- Duck Studios, a production studio based in Los Angeles, California
- Duck Brand, a duct tape brand now used on a variety of products
- Duck (food), the meat of the bird
- Cotton duck, a fine strong cloth made from untwilled linen, later cotton
- "The Duck", a 1965 Jackie Lee song (see Bob & Earl)
- Duck Samford Stadium, a football stadium in Auburn, Alabama, nicknamed "The Duck"
- Duck, a lead weight used by draftsmen to hold splines in place
- Duck, a hypocorism or affectionate phrase, often used in parts of the Midlands and South Yorkshire in England, originally derived from the title Duke
- Duck, a very short cave sump
- Duck, in architecture, any building in the shape of something associated with it; named for the Big Duck
- Ducks (hiking) or cairn, a pile of three or more stones used to mark an off-trail hiking route
- Ducking (slang), a technique for manipulating prison staff
- Ducking, an audio effect commonly used in radio and music
- All pages beginning with "duck"
- All pages with a title containing duck
- Duckie (disambiguation)
- Ducky (disambiguation)
- Duck Island (disambiguation)
- Duck Lake (disambiguation)
- Duck River (disambiguation)
- Duck Creek (disambiguation)
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