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A glen is a valley, typically one that is long, deep, and often glacially U-shaped.
Glen may also refer to:
- Glen (or Glenda), gender-confused doll, child of Chucky and Tiffany in the horror-comedy Seed of Chucky (2004)
- Glenr, the husband of Sól (Sun), the sun goddess in Norse mythology.
- River Glen (disambiguation); covering "Glen (river)", "River Glen" and "Glen River"
- Glen Island, Nunavut
- Glen Norman, Ontario
- Glen Kerr, Saskatchewan
- Glen site, New hospital built by McGill in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
- Glen, Ballyloughloe, a townland in Ballyloughloe civil parish, barony of Clonlonan, County Westmeath
- Glen, County Donegal
- Glen, Rathgarve, a townland in Rathgarve civil parish, barony of Fore, County Westmeath
- Glen Affric
- Glen Brittle
- Glen Coe
- Glen Croe
- Glen Dochart
- Glen Docherty
- Glen Doll
- Glen Etive
- Glen Fruin
- Glen Lochay
- Glen Lyon, Scotland
- Glen Mark
- Glen Nevis
- Glen Ogle
- Glen Orchy
- Glen Quaich
- Glen Quoich
- Glen Shee
- Glen Shiel
- Glen Shira
- Glen Strathfarrar
- Glen Tilt
- Glen Trool
- Glen Water, a tributary of River Irvine, Ayrshire
- Great Glen
- Menstrie Glen
- The Glen, Scottish Borders, aka Glen House, ancestral home of Baron Glenconner and the Tennant family
- Forest Glen, Chicago, Illinois
- Glen, Mississippi
- Glen, Montana
- Glen, Nebraska
- Glen, New Hampshire
- Glen, New York
- Glens Fork, Kentucky
- Watkins Glen, New York
- Watkins Glen State Park, New York
- The Glen, a nickname for Watkins Glen International race circuit
- NBR Glen Class, a class of steam locomotive on the North British Railway.
- Glen Class, a Dublin Bay one-design dinghy.
- Yokosuka E14Y, an Imperial Japanese Navy seaplane, codenamed "Glen" by United States forces
- Gay and Lesbian Equality Network, an Irish gay rights group
- Glen or Glenda, a 1953 film directed by Ed Wood
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