Maida may refer to:
- French ship Viala (1795), captured by the Royal Navy and renamed HMS Maida
- Maida (dog), a deerhound belonging to Sir Walter Scott
- Maida flour, a flour used in South Asia to make various flatbreads and other bakery products
- The Maida series of children's books, written by Inez Haynes Irwin
- Maida, Calabria, a comune in the province of Catanzaro, Italy
- Battle of Maida, a Napoleonic battle in Calabria during the War of the Third Coalition
- Maida, North Dakota, an unincorporated community in the United States
- Adam Maida (born 1930), an archbishop and cardinal
- Raine Maida (born 1970), a Canadian vocal artist
- Maida Coleman (born 1954), American politician, member of the Missouri Senate
- Maida Heatter, American chef and cookbook writer
- John Stuart, Count of Maida (1759-1815), British lieutenant general during the Napoleonic Wars
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