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Faggot, faggots, or faggoting may refer to:
- faggot or fagot, branch or twig, or bundle of these
Arts and crafts
- Faggoting (metalworking), forge welding a bundle of bars of iron and steel
- Faggoting (knitting), variation of lace knitting in which every stitch is a yarn over or a decrease
- Faggoting stitch, featherstitch, or Cretan stitch, embroidery stitch used to make decorative seams or to attach insertions
- Bassoon, variously called fagotto, faggot, fagott, fagot
- Faggot cell, blast cell type found in acute promyelocytic leukemia
- Eumeta crameri or faggot worm, from the bundles of twigs it binds to itself
- Faggot (food), British meatball commonly made of pork offal
- A herb bundle, or bouquet garni of bay leaf, thyme and parsley tied together
- Faggot (slang), pejorative, now usually for a gay man, also having older and derived pejorative senses
- Faggots (novel), 1978 novel by Larry Kramer
- Faggot, a track from the stand-up comedy album Deadbeat Hero by Doug Stanhope
- "Faggot", a song by Mindless Self Indulgence:
- Faget (song), by American band Korn; the title is an alternate spelling for "faggot"
- Jacob Faggot (1699–1777), Swedish scientist
- Nicholas Faggot, character in the 1824 novel Redgauntlet by Sir Walter Scott
- Ashen faggot (or ashton fagot), Christmas wassail tradition in the West Country of England
- Death by burning, metonymically referred to by the faggots which fuel the fire
- Faggot Hill, a summit in Massachusetts, United States
- Faggot voter, hireling eligible to vote as nominal titleholder of part of a subdivided property
- The Faggot, 1876 book by Charles Tylor
- Fag (disambiguation)
- Fagot (disambiguation)
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- All pages with a title containing Faggot
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