Eshkol (Hebrew: אשכול) is a Hebrew language word meaning "cluster", usually of grapes. When not related to the Hebrew Bible and botany (where it can also mean "raceme", a region of a flowering plant's anatomy), it is normally associated with the third Israeli prime minister, Levi Eshkol.
Eshkol can refer to:
- Levi Eshkol, an Israeli Prime Minister
- Miriam Eshkol, wife of Levi Eshkol
- Eshkol Nevo, an Israeli author and grandson of the politician
- Other uses
- Eshkol Academy, a former Orthodox Jewish school in the United States
- Eshkol Power Station, a power plant in Israel named after Levi Eshkol
- Eshkol Regional Council, a district in southern Israel named after Levi Eshkol
- Ramat Eshkol, a Jerusalem neighbourhood named after Levi Eshkol
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