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Organ usually refers to:
- Organ (anatomy), a collection of different tissues joined in structural unit to serve a common function
- Organ (music), a family of keyboard musical instruments characterized by sustained tone
- Electronic organ, an electronic keyboard instrument
- Hammond organ, an electro-mechanical keyboard instrument
- Pipe organ, a musical instrument that produces sound when pressurized air is driven through a series of pipes
- Theatre organ, a pipe organ originally designed specifically for imitation of an orchestra
Organ may also refer to:
Biology and medicine
- Organ pipe coral, a marine organism native to the Indian and Pacific Oceans
- Stenocereus thurberi, the organ pipe cactus plant
- Organ, a term sometimes used to refer to the penis.
- Organ, Hautes-Pyrénées, a commune in France
- Organ, Iran, a village in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province, Iran
- Organ-e Kord, a village in Qazvin Province, Iran
- Organ-e Tork, a village in Qazvin Province, Iran
Organizations and government
- Division (business) within an organization; i.e., Organs of United Nations
- Organs of state, branches of power within a government
- Any official magazine, newsletter, or similar publication of an organization.
- Organ, a 1965 film directed by Štefan Uher
- Organ (film), a 1996 Japanese film about organ thieves
- Organ (magazine), a UK music magazine run by Organart
- The Organ (pipe organ magazine), a quarterly publication for organ enthusiasts, founded in 1921
- The Organ (newspaper), an underground newspaper published in San Francisco
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