Pop may refer to:


Music and dance

Sports and games

Computing and technology

Media and publications


  • Iggy Pop, musician
  • Iulian Pop, Romanian mayor of Cluj
  • Gheorghe Pop de Băseşti, Romanian politician
  • Gregg Popovich, National Basketball Association head coach
  • Pop Chalee, also known as Merina Lujan (1906–1993), American painter, muralist, performer and singer
  • Pop Corkhill (1858-1921), American Major League Baseball (MLB) player
  • Pop Dillon (1873-1931), American MLB player
  • Pop Foster (1878-1944), American MLB player
  • Pop Gates (1917-1999), American basketball player and Harlem Globetrotters coach
  • Pop Ivy (1916-2003), American football player and coach
  • Pop Levi, English singer, musician, record producer and filmmaker
  • Pop Robson (born 1945), English footballer
  • Pop Schriver (1865-1932), American MLB catcher
  • Pop Smith (1856-1927), Canadian MLB player
  • Pop Snyder (1854-1924), American MLB player, manager and umpire
  • Pop Tate (baseball) (1860-1932), American MLB player
  • Glenn Scobey Warner (1871-1954), American football player and coach better known as Pop Warner
  • Pop Williams (1874-1959), American MLB pitcher

Fictional characters

Other uses

See also

  • Pops (disambiguation)
  • PoP (disambiguation)

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  • POP-2 — POP 2, often referred to as POP2 was a programming language developed around 1970 from the earlier language POP 1 (originally named COWSEL) by Robin Popplestone and Rod Burstall at the University of Edinburgh. It drew roots from many sources: the …   Wikipedia

  • POP —  Pour l’article homophone, voir Popp. Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom …   Wikipédia en Français

  • pop — pop1 [päp] n. [ME poppe: echoic] 1. a sudden short, light explosive sound 2. a shot as with a revolver or rifle 3. any carbonated, nonalcoholic beverage: from the sound produced when the cork or cap is removed from the bottle 4. a frozen… …   English World dictionary

  • POP TV — is a private television network in Slovenia that began broadcasting on December 15, 1995. The station is known for broadcasting American TV series, such as Lost, Desperate Housewives, Prison Break, , , , Monk, Without a Trace, Ugly Betty, House M …   Wikipedia

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