Fur (disambiguation)

Fur refers to the body hair of non-human mammals.

Fur may also refer to:

Animal fur

*Fur clothing
*Fake fur, synthetic fur
*Fur-bearing trout, fictitious North American fish supposed to have grown fur due to the cold
*Fur farming
*Fur fetishism
*Fur Rendezvous Festival, annual carnival in Anchorage, Alaska
*Fur seal, marine mammal
*Fur trade

Arts and culture

*"Fur", an album by Jane Wiedlin
*"Fur", debut album by UK band Archie Bronson Outfit
*Fur, an Australian indie rock band
*Fur, British Band, Birmingham, England
*"Fur", a 2006 movie starring Nicole Kidman as Diane Arbus
*"Around the Fur", 1997 album by the Deftones
*Fur Fighters, 2000 video game by Bizarre Creations
*Fur Patrol, New Zealand band, moved to Australia
*Heraldic fur, which performs special functions in heraldry
*Psychedelic Furs, 1980s British post-punk band
*Yummy Fur, cartoon by Chester Brown
*Yummy Fur, Glasgow indie rock band
*The Fur, a Science Fiction novel by Perth author Nathan Hobby
*Furry fans, who often refer to themselves as "furs"

Geography

*Fur (Danish island)
*Fur language, spoken by the Fur people of Darfur
*Fur people, who live in the Darfur province of Sudan
*Friulian language, also known as "furlan", a Rhaetian language spoken in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region of northeast Italy
*Fur Diaspora, flight of the Fur people

Other

*FURX is the AAR reporting mark of First Union Rail

ee also

*Furry, disambiguation page
*Furring


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