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Smok, meaning "dragon" in Polish, may refer to:
- Smok, the name of a Slavic dragon in Polish and Belarusian folklore
- Smok Wawelski, the Wawel Dragon, a famous dragon in Polish folklore
- Smok (archosaur), an extinct reptile from Poland
- Michał Smok, the alias of Anna Henryka Pustowojtowna, Polish nationalist
- Mochty-Smok , a village in Poland
- Smokowo (disambiguation) (word formation from the root "smok”), villages in Poland
Television and film
- Biały smok, a 1986 Polish-American adventure children's film
- Smok Kaszubski (Kashubian dragon), an improvised Polish armoured train, which served in the Polish defensive war against the German invasion in 1939
- Smocza Jama ("dragon's den”), cave where the legendary Wawel Dragon lived, the best known cave in Poland
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