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Jake

Jake may refer to:

  • Jake (given name), including a list of persons and fictional characters with the name
  • Jake, a young male wild turkey
  • "The Jake," nickname of the Major League Baseball stadium once known as Jacobs Field, now Progressive Field
  • Jake brake, a particular brand of engine brake
  • Jake, a slang term in the United States for Jamaica ginger extract
  • Jake, a slang term used in Discordianism to describe a prank, often celebrated on Jake Day
  • Jake / Bot2, one of the remotely operated vehicles used during the filming of the documentary Ghosts of the Abyss
  • Jake the Alligator Man, an oddity on view in Long Beach, Washington
  • Less Than Jake, a skate punk band
  • The Japanese World War II reconnaissance floatplane, the Aichi E13A, Allied reporting name "Jake"
  • "Jake the Peg", a fictional three-legged man and subject of a comedic song performed by Rolf Harris
  • Jake the Dog, one of the main protagonists in the animated series Adventure Time
  • Jake, a character in the animated film Free Birds
  • Jake (rescue dog), a search and rescue dog that assisted in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks and hurricanes Katrina and Rita
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