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Spud is a common nickname for the potato.
Spud(s) may also refer to:
- Spud (nickname), a list of people nicknamed "Spud" or "Spuds"
- Spud Murphy, American jazz musician, bandleader and arranger Lyle Stephanovic (1908-2005)
- Rockstar Spud or Spud, ring name of British professional wrestler James Michael Curtin (born 1983)
Arts and entertainment
- Fred "Spud" Baker, in the British sitcom Cradle to Grave
- Spuds MacKenzie, a canine mascot in an advertising campaign for Bud Light beer
- Daniel "Spud" Murphy, in the 1993 novel Trainspotting and the 1996 film adaptation
- Arthur "Spud" P. Spudinski, in American Dragon: Jake Long
- Spud the Scarecrow, in Bob the Builder
- Spud, in the Australian comic strip Beyond the Black Stump
- Spud (game), a children's game
- Spud (novel), a 2005 novel by John Howard van de Ruit
- Spud (film), a 2010 adaptation of the novel
- Saint Paul Union Depot, a railroad station and transit hub in Saint Paul, Minnesota
- St. Paul University Dumaguete, Dumaguete City, Philippines, a private Catholic university
- Sustainable Produce Urban Delivery, a Canadian online grocery service
- Spuds, a nickname of Tottenham Hotspur F.C. English football club and their supporters
- Spuds, Florida, United States, an unincorporated community
- Spud Drive-In Theater, near Driggs, Idaho, United States, on the National Register of Historic Places
- Bark spud (tool), a hand tool used for removing bark from logs
- CJRW-FM (102 Spud FM), a Canadian radio station broadcasting in Summerside, Prince Edward Island
- Spud, one of the Operation Bowline United States nuclear test series, detonated in July 1968
- Spuds, steel piles that can be lowered and raised to position a dredge, see Dredging#Clamshell
- Idaho Spud, a candy bar
- Spud bar, a hand tool designed to deliver blows to a target
- Spud One, a Boeing 727 used by Jim Bolger
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