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Simi may refer to:
- Symi, also transliterated as Simi, a Greek island
- Simi, Iran, a village
- Simi Valley, California
- Simi Hills, California, a mountain range
- Arroyo Simi, California, sometimes called Simi Creek
- Kato Simi, in Crete, place of worship dated to the middle Minoan period for more than 1,000 years
- Ano Simi, village on Crete in the prefecture of Lasithi
- Simi Bedford, Nigerian novelist based in Britain
- Simi Garewal (born 1947), Indian actress
- Simi Hamilton, American cross country skier, competed since 2000
- Simi Linton, American author, consultant, and public speaker
- Seemi Raheel, Pakistani senior actress working in Urdu television
- Simi Sara, Canadian radio and television broadcaster
- Simi Sernaker (born 1979), American frontwoman of the rock band Suffrajett
- Carlo Simi (1924–2000), Italian architect, production designer and costume designer
- Filadelfo Simi (1849–1923), Italian painter and sculptor
- Leandro Simi (born 1977), Brazilian futsal player
- Nerina Simi (1890-1987), Italian artist and a teacher of painting and drawing
- Dr. Simi, nichname of Mexican politician Víctor González Torres
- Simi (singer), (born 1988), Nigerian singer and songwriter
- Arroyo Simi Overhead, a viaduct in Ventura County, California, U.S.
- Mount Sinai Simi Valley, Jewish burial property in Ventura County, California, U.S.
- Simi Winery, a viaduct in Ventura County, California, U.S.
- Simisini Air Base, military airport in Kisangani, Tshopo Province, Congo
- Actenodes simi, species of metallic wood-boring beetle in the family Buprestidae
- Arroyo Simi, a creek in the Simi Valley of California, U.S.
- Pleocoma simi, species of rain beetle in the family Pleocomidae
- Simi (mixtape), a 2018 hip hop mixtape by U.S. rapper BlocBoy JB
- Simi (weapon), African short sword
- Students Islamic Movement of India, a banned Islamist student organisation formed in 1977
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