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Mower is a machine designed to cut grass or crops or other plants growing close to the ground.
Mower may also refer to:
- Flail mower
- Lawn mower, a small mower
- Roller mower
- Rotary mower, a mower with a horizontally spinning blade
- Zero-turn mower
Art and entertainment
- Ground Mower, a Swedish metal band
- Mower (band), an American hardcore/punk jazz band
- Mower (album), the band's 2003 debut album
- "The Mower," a 1970 poem by William Heyen published in Depth of Field, privately printed separately in 1969 with several drafts
- "The Mower", a 1979 poem by Philip Larkin
- "The Mower," a 1985 short story by John Gregory Brown first published in the Chapel Hill Village Advocate
- The Mower (folk song), folk song listed as item 833 in the Roud Folk Song Index
- The Mower: New & Selected Poems, a 2009 poetry collection by Andrew Motion, including the poem "The Mower"
- The Mower's Song, a 1681 poem by Andrew Marvell
- Barry Mower, American businessperson, owner of Lifetime Products
- Caryn Mower (born 1965), retired American professional wrestler actress, and stuntwoman
- Charles Mower (1875–1942), American yacht designer and author
- Jack Mower (1890–1965), American film actor
- John Edward Mower (1815–1879), member of Minnesota territorial legislature in the 1850s
- Joseph A. Mower (1827–1870), Union general during the American Civil War
- Liam Mower (born 1992), English actor and dancer
- Morton Mower (born 1933), American cardiologist and the co-inventor of the automatic implantable cardioverter defibrillator
- Mower General Hospital, a U.S. Army Federal military hospital during the American Civil War
- 23833 Mowers, a main belt asteroid
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