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A mound is an artificial heap or pile, especially of earth, rocks, or sand.
Mound and Mounds may also refer to:
- Mound (creature), a half-plant, half-human creature in the paintings and writings of artist Trenton Doyle Hancock
- Pitchers mound, the raised surface on a baseball diamond from which pitches are thrown towards home plate
- Mounds (candy), a candy bar produced by Hershey's
- Monumental earthwork mound built by prehistoric Mound builder (people)
- Mound, Louisiana, United States
- Mound, Minnesota, United States
- Mound, Texas, United States
- Mound, West Virginia
- The Mound, a street in Edinburgh, Scotland, linking the Old Town and the New Town
- Mounds, Illinois, United States
- Mounds, Oklahoma, United States
- Mound Creek, a stream in Minnesota
- Mound Laboratories, a nuclear laboratory in Miamisburg, Ohio that was a part of the Manhattan Project
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