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The word gag or the acronym GAG can refer to:
- Gag, a laugh-provoking remark or act, or a prank or trick
- Gag cartoon, a one-panel comic that is usually intended to have ridiculous happenings
- Yonkoma, a four panel form of Japanese gag comic strip
- Gag gift, an informal term for a practical joke device
- Visual gag, a comedian's term for a joke, a comedic sketch or routine, or the visible effect of a magical illusion
- Gag order, a writ or court order taken out with an intent to prevent information or comment from being made public
- Gag rule, a part of court proceedings and congressional proceedings
- Gag, a device designed to prevent speech
- Gag (BDSM) used in BDSM activities
- Gag bit, a type of bit used for strong horses
- Gag (medical device), a device used by dentists, surgeons and veterinarians to hold the patient's mouth open
- A wind gag is a woolly windscreen put round a microphone to stop it from picking up wind noise.
- Gag reflex, the feeling of choking or accompanying involuntary muscular contractions in the throat
- Glycosaminoglycan (GAG), a polysaccharide that is part of connective tissue
- Group-specific antigen, the genetic material that codes for the core structural proteins of a retrovirus
- Gorniczy Agregat Gasniczy (GAG), a jet engine unit used in mine fires
- The Gag grouper, Mycteroperca microlepis
- Anton Gág, a painter
- Wanda Gág, a children's book writer and illustrator
- Gag (comic artist), pen-name for the Canadian comic strip artist André Gagnon
- Get a Grip, a multi-platinum album released in 1993 by rock band Aerosmith;
- GAG (boot loader), or "Gestor de Arranque Grafico", a computer boot loader;
- Gustav Adolf Grammar School, the oldest school in Estonia;
- Gagauz language, ISO 639 code;
- Gag Island, one of the Raja Ampat Islands in Indonesia;
- Gag (2006 film), a 2006 horror film
- The Go-Ahead Group a British transport company.
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