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Gandalf is a fictional wizard in J. R. R. Tolkien's book The Lord of the Rings.
Gandalf may also refer to:
In Norse mythology and legend:
- Gandalf (mythology), a dwarf in Norse mythology
- Gandalf Alfgeirsson, the legendary king of Vingulmark
In modern popular culture
- Gandalf the Mad, a Viking king in the Thorgal comic series
- Gandalf, used to describe lead character Saito, a character in the anime The Familiar of Zero
In business and technology:
- Gandalf Airlines, an airline company
- Gandalf Technologies, a modem and PACX manufacturer
- Gandalf (theorem prover), a first-order automated theorem prover
- Gandalf, a chess engine, named after the Tolkien character
- Gandalf the Wizard Inc., a leather/clothing company based in Detroit, Michigan, USA
- Gandalf (Finnish band), an early 1990s metal group
- Gandalf (musician), Austrian New Age musician
- Gandalf (American band), formerly Rahgoos, an influential late 1960s psychedelic rock group
- GANDALF trial, the 1997 UK trial of the editors of Green Anarchist magazine
- Gandalf- A character (deceased bishop of St. Praxed's Cathedral) in Robert Browning's poem "The Bishop Orders His Tomb at Saint Praxed's Church"
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