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The fathom is an English unit of measurement.
Fathom may also refer to:
- The wa or Thai fathom, now metricized
Film and television
- Fathom (film), 1967 spy comedy film directed by Leslie H. Martinson; starring Anthony Franciosa and Raquel Welch
- Fathom, a working title of the 2005–2006 science-fiction television series Surface
- NCM Fathom, a division of National CineMedia that narrowcasts programming to cinemas via satellite
- Fathom (album), 1993 album by Mortal
- Fathom (comics), an ongoing comic-book series, since 1998, created by Michael Turner
- Fathom, a 2008 novel by Cherie Priest
- Fathom.com, a defunct online learning website developed by Columbia University
- fathom (cruise line), a cruise line established by Carnival Corporation & plc in June 2105
- Fathom: Dynamic Data Software, educational math software by Key Curriculum Press
- Fathom Records, a division of Hearts of Space Records
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