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Tiffin may refer to:
- Tiffin, a light meal eaten during the day
- Annabel Tiffin, presenter of the regional BBC news programme, North West Tonight
- Charles Tiffin, architect
- Edward Tiffin (1766 – 1829), the first Governor of Ohio
- Helen Tiffin, Professor of English
- Jock Tiffin (1896 – 1966), General Secretary of the British Transport and General Workers' Union (TGWU)
- Pamela Tiffin (born 1942), American actress
In the United States:
- Tiffin, Iowa
- Tiffin, Missouri
- Tiffin, Ohio
- Tiffin Township, Adams County, Ohio
- Tiffin Township, Defiance County, Ohio
- Tiffin River, in Ohio and Michigan
- Tiffin (confectionery), a chocolate confection made with raisins and crushed biscuits
- Tiffin carrier or box, another name for the Indian dabba lunchbox
- Tiffin School, a selective grammar school for boys in Kingston upon Thames
- Tiffin Girls' School, a selective grammar school in Kingston upon Thames
- Glassware made by the United States Glass Company is sometimes referred to as "Tiffin glass"
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