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Leech is a common name for the annelids comprising the subclass Hirudinea.
Leech may also refer to:
- Leeching (medical), a form of bloodletting in medieval and early-modern medicine which used leeches
- Leech (computing), in computing, someone who uses others' information or effort but does not provide any in return
- Leech (sail) The aft edge of a sail.
- Leech (comics), a fictional character in the X-Men universe
- Leech lattice, in mathematics, a lattice Λ in R24, discovered by John Leech
- Leech (Masters of the Universe), a character from He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
- Leeches, an alternative name for pythiosis in horses
- The 12th episode of the first season of Smallville
- The Leech, a 1956 film
- Leeches!, a 2003 film
- Leech Creek, a stream in Wisconsin
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- Allen Leech (born 1981), Irish stage, television and film actor
- Faith Leech (1941–2013), Australian freestyle swimmer
- Fred Leech (1923–2001), English footballer
- Geoffrey Leech (1936–2014), specialist in English language and linguistics
- George L. Leech (1890–1985), American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church
- George Leech (actor) (1921–2012), British actor and stunt performer
- Gwyneth Leech, American artist
- Haliburton Hume Leech (1908–1939), Royal Air Force aviator, air racer and test pilot
- James Russell Leech (1888–1952), Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania
- John Leech (disambiguation), several people
- Kenneth Leech (born 1939), Anglican priest and Christian socialist
- Margaret Leech (1893–1974), American historian and fiction writer
- Richard Leech (1922–2004), Irish actor
- Richard Leech (tenor) (born 1957), American operatic tenor
- Ryan Leech (born 1979), Canadian trials mountain bike rider
- Samuel Leech (1798–1848), sailor in the Royal Navy and the United States Navy during the War of 1812
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