Cold one can refer to:
- A fictional monster from the Warhammer Fantasy game, used as mounts by the Lizardmen and Dark Elves.
- Some creatures that appear in Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series.
- A race of ice spirits that appear in some stories by Clark Ashton Smith, including "The Light from the Pole".
- A slang term for Beer.
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