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Sharik (Russian: Шарик) means a small ball in Russian. It is a common dog name in countries of the former Soviet Union and may refer to:
- Sharik, a fictional dog in Bulgakov's novel Heart of a Dog
- Sharik, a fictional dog in Dostoevsky's The House of the Dead
- Sharik, a fictional dog in Janusz Przymanowski's Four tank-men and a dog
- Sharik, a fictional dog in Three from Prostokvashino
- Sharik, the unofficial designation of the landing unit of Vostok and Voskhod spacecraft (literally -"little ball").
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