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A skerry is a small rocky island, usually defined to be too small for habitation.
Skerry, skerries, or The Skerries may also refer to:
- Skerries, County Armagh, a townland in County Armagh
- Skerry, County Antrim, a parish in County Antrim
- The Skerries, Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland
- Skerries, Dublin, a seaside town in County Fingal
- Skerries, County Kildare, a townland in County Kildare
- Sule Skerry
- A number of locations in the Orkney Islands
- A number of locations in the Shetland Islands
Literature and music
- Skerry, a fictional mammal in Neal Stephenson's novel Cryptonomicon
- "Skerries", isolated parts of The Dreaming (comics) in The Sandman
- ""From the Outermost Skerries", fourth symphony in C minor, Op. 39, by Hugo Alfvén
- Battle of Skerries, a 1316 battle in Skerries, County Kildare
- Skerries RFC, a rugby team based in Skerries, Dublin
- Skerry cruiser, aka Square metre yachts, a type of sailing vessel
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