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A gulf is a large bay that is an arm of an ocean or sea. (Like the Gulf Of Mexico)

'Gulf may also refer to:

Geographic locales[edit]

See also: List of gulfs
  • In Mexico:
  • In New Zealand:
    • Gulf Harbour, a development on Whangaparaoa Peninsula near Auckland
    • Hauraki Gulf, body of water in the North Island of New Zealand
  • In the Philippines:
    • Silicon Gulf, a nickname for Davao City and region in southern Mindanao



  • Gulf (novella), by Robert A. Heinlein (1949)
  • The Gulf Freeway, Interstate 45 in Houston, Texas, United States
  • Gulf High School (Florida), a four-year public high school in New Port Richey
  • Gulf house, a type of farmhouse that emerged in the 16th and 17th centuries in North Germany
  • Gulf of evaluation, the degree to which the system/artifact provides representations that can be directly perceived and interpreted in terms of the expectations and intentions of the user in computer sciences
  • Gulf of execution, a term usually used in human computer interaction to describe the gap between a user's goal for action and the means to execute that goal
  • Gulf Stream, a maritime current
  • Gulf War (1990–91)
  • JWA Gulf, the Gulf Oil-sponsored 1960s and 1970s motorracing team of John Wyer

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