Worm (disambiguation)

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A worm is an elongated soft-bodied invertebrate animal, most commonly the earthworm.

Worm, WORM or Worms, may also refer to:


Science and technology[edit]


  • Dennis Rodman (born 1961), American retired National Basketball Association player nicknamed "The Worm"
  • Mike Veisor (born 1952), Canadian National Hockey League ice hockey player nicknamed "Worm"
  • Worm (surname), a list of people surnamed Worm, Worms or de Worms
  • Worm Hirsch Darre-Jenssen (1870–1945), Norwegian engineer and politician, Minister of Labour from 1926 to 1928
  • A common oilfield term, sometimes derogatory, for a junior roughneck or inexperienced oil hand

Arts and entertainment[edit]

In film[edit]


Video games[edit]


  • WORM (Rotterdam), a non-profit foundation focused on experimental art and music
  • Worm (Kamen Rider), the villains of the Japanese television series Kamen Rider Kabuto
  • Worm (comics), a Marvel Comics character
  • Worm (web serial), a web serial novel by John C. McCrae ("Wildbow")
  • Weapon Of Raid Machines, antagonists in the anime Sky Girls
  • Worm, a science fiction novel by John Brosnan
  • Worm, The First Digital World War, a non-fiction book by Mark Bowden on the fight against the Conficker computer worm
  • Worm (dance move), performed in the 1970s, popularized in the 1980s
  • the finishing move of professional wrestler Scotty 2 Hotty, based on the dance move

Radio stations[edit]

  • WORM (AM), a radio station licensed to Savannah, Tennessee, United States
  • WORM-FM, a radio station licensed to Savannah, Tennessee, United States

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]