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A taboo is a social prohibition or ban.
Taboo may also refer to:
- Taboo (drink), a vodka based liqueur with wine and tropical fruit juices
- Taboo (game), a 1989 word guessing party board game
- Taboo (Harry Potter), a spell in the Harry Potter series
- Taboo: The Sixth Sense, a 1989 tarot reading video game by Rare
- UHF taboo television broadcast frequencies
- Taboo Tuesday, a professional wrestling pay-per-view event promoted by World Wrestling Entertainment, renamed Cyber Sunday
Film, television, and plays
- Taboo (1922 play), a 1922 play by Mary Hoyt Wiborg
- Taboo (film series), a 1980s series of 26 pornographic movies starting with Taboo (1980)
- Taboo (1999 film), a 1999 Japanese film
- Taboo (2002 film), a 2002 American film
- Taboo (musical), a 2002 play about the life of Boy George
- Taboo (2002 TV series), a 2002 National Geographic Channel television series
- Taboo (2017 TV series), a 2017 BBC One television series
- Taboo (book), a book containing a series of lectures on the subject by Franz Baermann Steiner
- Taboo (comics), an anthology published by Stephen R. Bissette
- Taboo (Wildstorm), a comics character, published by Wildstorm
- "Taboo", afro cuban song by Margarita Lecuona, Peres Prado, Sounds Inc.
- "Taboo", a song on Booker T. & the M.G.'s 1966 album And Now!
- "Taboo", 1998 single by Claudia Christian
- "Taboo", 1999 single by Glamma Kid
- "Taboo", a song on September's 2007 album Dancing Shoes
- taboo, a 2008 album and song of Max Koffler
- Taboo (band), a German Eurodance group
- Taboo (Boy George albums), 2002
- Taboo (Buck-Tick album), 1989
- "Taboo" (Don Omar song), a 2011 song by Reggaeton singer Don Omar
- "Taboo" (Kumi Koda song), a 2008 song by Kumi Koda
- Taboo (rapper) (born 1975), member of The Black Eyed Peas
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