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A worm is an animal with a long cylindrical tube-like body and no limbs.
Worm, The Worm or WORM may also refer to:
Arts and entertainment
- Worm, a fictional Marvel Comics character in the Savage Land Mutates group
- Worm, a fictional villain in the Kamen Rider Kabuto TV series
- WORM, a fictional character in the anime Sky Girls
- The Worm, by Jimmy McGriff, 1968
- "Worm", a song by Ministry from the 2004 album Houses of the Molé
- "The Worm", a song by Audioslave from the 2005 album Out of Exile
Other uses in arts and entertainment
- Worm, a 1988 novel by John Brosnan
- Worm, The First Digital World War, a 2010 non-fiction book by Mark Bowden
- Worm (dance move), associated with breakdancing
- Worm (web serial), self-published by John C. "Wildbow" McCrae
- Worm, or wyrm, a term for the mythological European dragon
Business and organizations
- WORM (AM), AM radio station in Savannah, Tennessee, U.S.
- WORM-FM, FM radio station in Savannah, Tennessee, U.S.
- Worm (marketing), a market-research analysis tool
- WORM (Rotterdam), a non-profit foundation in the Netherlands
- Worm (surname), includes list of people with the surname
- Dennis Rodman (born 1961), nicknamed "The Worm", an American basketball player
- Mike Veisor (born 1952), nicknamed "Worm", a Canadian ice hockey player
- Worm Hirsch Darre-Jenssen (1870–1945), Norwegian engineer and politician
- Worm, a nickname for a junior oilfield roughneck
Science and technology
- Computer worm, a standalone malware computer program that replicates itself
- Worm drive, a gear arrangement in which a worm meshes with a worm gear
- Worm (artillery), device used to remove unspent powder bag remnants from a cannon
- Write once read many (WORM), a type of data storage device
- Parasitic worm, a large macroparasite
- The Worm, nickname for a former NASA insignia
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