- For orphaned articles in Wikipedia, see Wikipedia:Orphan
An orphan is one who has lost both parents.
Orphan may also refer to:
- Orphan (car), an automobile (or other vehicle) built by a manufacturer that either no longer exists or has been acquired by or merged into another company. The term is sometimes inaccurately applied to any discontinued marque from a still-existing vehicle manufacturer.
- Orphan (typesetting), the first line of a paragraph appearing at the bottom of a page
- Orphan (comics), a character in the X-Statix series
- Orphan process, a computer process whose parent process has finished
- Orphan works, copyrighted works whose holder is hard to find
- Orphan disease, a rare disease
- Orphan drug, one developed under the 1983 U.S. Orphan Drug Act for orphan diseases
- Orphan receptor, apparent receptor that has a similar structure to other identified receptors but whose endogenous ligand has not yet been identified
- Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers & Bastards, a 3 disc album by Tom Waits
- Orphan (album), by Darwin's Waiting Room (2001)
- Orphan (film), a 2009 psychological thriller film by Jaume Collet-Serra
- Orphans (film), by Alan J. Pakula based on play by Lyle Kessler
- Orphans (Lyle Kessler play), a 1983 play by Lyle Kessler
- Orphans (Dennis Kelly play), a 2009 play by Dennis Kelly
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