Barnacle (disambiguation)

Barnacle may refer to:
*Barnacle, a type of arthropod belonging to infraclass Cirripedia in the subphylum Crustacea
*Barnacle Boy, Spongebob Squarepants character
*Barnacle Goose, a species of bird
*The Barnacle Historic State Park
*Mike Barnicle, American journalist
*Nora Barnacle, wife of author James Joyce
*Pete Barnacle, a drummer for a variety of bands
*Barnacle tree, a mythical plant
*Barnacle, an alien species in the computer game Half-Life
*Barnacle, a mutant character from the X-Men universe of Marvel Comics
*Barnacle is a slang expression for someone who stays at the same job for some period of time, from Wobbly lingo
*"Barnacles", a song by Ugly Casanova from their 2002 album "Sharpen Your Teeth"
*Barnacle, an unwanted program that usually gets downloaded into the users computer without his knowledge. See also malware and spyware
*Barnacle, (slang) an electronic part manually installed onto a printed circuit board to correct a functional deficiency
*Barnacle is also a political term used to describe the relationship between the Vice President of the United States and the Legislative Branch of government

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