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Khan or KHAN may refer to:
- Genghis Khan
- Khagan, the royal title of the ruler of the Mongol Empire
- Khan (title), a title for a ruler in Turkic and Mongolian languages and also used by Persians, Azeris, Afghans/Pashtuns and Muslim Punjabi Rajputs for chiefs and noblemen.
- Khan (surname), a family name (and list of people with the name).
- a caravanserai (roadside inn for caravans)
- Khan River, an ephemeral river in Namibia
- Kahn-e Pain, a village in Sistan and Baluchestan Province, Iran
- Khan-e Sadr, a village in West Azerbaijan Province, Iran.
- Administrative divisions of Cambodia
- Khan Academy, a non-for-profit educational organization
- State Oil Co. v. Khan, a 1997 U.S. Supreme Court decision in antitrust law, often referred to just as Khan.
- Khan (band), an English progressive rock band in the 70s
- List of Marvel Comics characters: K#Khan, a Marvel Comics character
- The Mandarin (comics), archenemy of Iron Man, whose real name is Khan
- Khan!, a 1975 US television series
- Khan, former ring name of retired professional wrestler Dave Bautista
- Khan Noonien Singh, a character from Star Trek, mostly featured in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and Star Trek Into Darkness
- Shere Khan, a royal bengal tiger and antagonist in The Jungle Book
- KHAN (FM), a defunct radio station (99.5 FM) formerly licensed to serve Chugwater, Wyoming, United States
- KBGB, a radio station (105.7 FM) licensed to serve Kensett, Arkansas, United States, which held the call sign KHAN from 2011 to 2013
- Beg Khan
- Orhan (name)
- Orhan of the Ottoman Empire
- Azmatkhan, the patronymic used by the descendants of Sayyid Abd al-Malik Azmat Khan
- Khanzada Rajputs
- Tian Kehan, title addressed to emperors of China's Tang Dynasty
- Khanate (disambiguation)
- Kan (disambiguation)
- Caan (disambiguation)
- Han (disambiguation)
- Xan (disambiguation)
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