Chach may refer to:
- Chach, the historic principality south of the Syr Darya River in Uzbekistan and the modern-day location of Tashkent, the capital
- Chach of Alor, a historic ruler of Sindh
- Chach Nama, a book about the history of Sindh
- Chach (slang), a slang term for a woman's vagina or cocaine
- "Chach", short for Chacho, a type of marijuana cigarette
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