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Shad may also refer to:
- Shad (rapper), born Shadrach Kabango, Canadian hip hop musician
- Shad Barry, American baseball player
- Shad Gaspard, American wrestler
- Shad Saleem Faruqi, Malaysian law professor
- Shad Meier, American football player
- Shad Gregory Moss, better known as Bow Wow
- Shad Petosky, American comics writer
- Shad Qadri, Canadian politician
- Shad Royston, Australian rugby player
- John S.R. Shad, American politician and diplomat
- Shad Tubman, or William V.S. Tubman, Jr. in full
- Shad, Iran, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran
- Shad Bagh in Punjab, Pakistan
- Shad Cam, extreme southern portion of Mount Wellington in New York.
- Shad Bay, Nova Scotia
- Shad Landing, Virginia
- Shad, West Virginia
- Shad Thames, a London street
Organizations and events
- Shad Alliance, American anti-nuclear group
- Shad Planking, an annual Virginian political event
- Shad Valley International, Canadian non-for-profit organization
- Canadian Forces Naval Reserve, The Reserve Component of Canadian Forces Maritime Command whose members are commonly referred to as "Shads"
- SHAD (summer program), Canadian summer program hosted by Shad Valley International
- Shad boat, a type of boat
- Shad-Wyck, American automobile
- USS Shad, the name of more than one United States Navy ship
- Kingston-class coastal defence vessel, a class of commissioned vessels of the Canadian Navy crewed by reservists, commonly referred to as "Shadillacs"
- ShAD, Ground Attack Aviation Division of the Soviet Air Forces
- Shad (Wild Cards), fictional character in the Wild Cards book series
- Shad (prince), Turkic title
- Amelanchier, also known as shadbush, shadblow, and shadwood
- Mayfly, also known as a shadfly
- Project SHAD, American military project
- Rgya Gram Shad, the Tibetan character "༒"
- The Shad Treatment, 1977 novel by Garrett Epps
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