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A moth is an insect in the order Lepidoptera.
Moth may also refer to:
- Moth, Uttar Pradesh, a town in Jhansi district, Uttar Pradesh, India
- Moth (album), an album by Chairlift
- Moth (band), a rock band from Cincinnati, Ohio
- The Moths!, an English indie rock band
- Moth / Wolf Cub, an EP by Burial and Four Tet
- "Moth", a song by the band Audioslave from their third album, Revelations
- "Moths", a song by English progressive folk rock band Jethro Tull, released in 1978 on their eleventh album, Heavy Horses
Film and television
- The Moth (Lost), the 7th episode of Lost
- The Moth (1917 film), a 1917 American film starring Norma Talmadge
- The Moth (1934 film), a 1934 American film starring Sally O'Neil
- The Moth (1980 film), a 1980 Polish film
- The Moth, a 1997 TV film starring Juliet Aubrey
- De Havilland Moth, a series of light aircraft, sports planes and military trainers
- Moth (dinghy), three different classes of boats
- Gustav Moths, German rower who competed in the 1900 Olympics
Fictional places and characters
- Moth, a fictional planet created by Alan Dean Foster
- Moth - fairy in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream
- The Moth (comics), a fictional superhero
- Paul Moth, a fictional broadcaster on two CBC radio comedy shows
- The Moth, a non-profit group based in New York City devoted to furthering the art and enjoyment of storytelling.
- Memorable Order of Tin Hats or MOTH, a war veterans' organization
- Moth bean, grown especially in dry parts of South Asia for its tiny edible beans
- "The Moths" (short story) by Helena Maria Viramontes
- The Moth, a 1986 novel by Catherine Cookson
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