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Tick refers to small arachnids in the order Ixodida.
Tick or ticking may also refer to:
- Tick (check mark), a mark (✓, ✔, ☑, etc.) used to indicate "yes"
- Ticking, cotton or linen textile tightly woven for durability
- Tick (comics), a comedic superhero character created by Ben Edlund in 1986
- The Tick (comic book), a comic book series created by Ben Edlund in 1988
- The Tick (1994 TV series), a 1994 animated television series adaptation of the Tick character
- The Tick (2001 TV series), a 2001 live-action television series based on the Tick character
- Ticks (film), a 1993 direct-to-video horror film
- "Ticks" (song), a 2007 single by Brad Paisley
- "Ticking", a song from the Elton John album Caribou
- Tick (software) is a time tracking software
- A delay of 1/18 s i IPX routing (IPX Rip) used instead of hop counting
- A CPU cycle, which is, in some operating systems, a unit countable by software
- Commodity tick, a unit of measurement of price movement of a stock or other exchange traded asset
- TICK, a short-term technical indicator that describes the difference between the number of stocks whose last sale occurred on an uptick and the number of stocks whose last sale occurred on a downtick. A high positive TICK is generally considered a short-term signal of a strong market. Contrarians consider a high positive TICK to have bearish implications.
- Tick Segerblom (born 1948), an American attorney and politician
- Tick-based game, a game that is played in iterated time periods
- Scalloped margin dome, a volcano on Venus nicknamed The Tick
- Ticked, isolated regions of pigment in dog coat coloration patterns
- Ticked tabby, a coat pattern of tabby cat fur
- Tic (disambiguation)
- Ticket (disambiguation)
- Tik (disambiguation)
- Tick tock (disambiguation)
- Tick fever (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with "Tick"
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