A dune is a hill of sand.
Dune may also refer to:
In science fiction:
- Dune (novel), by Frank Herbert
- Dune, the informal name for the planet Arrakis, after which the Dune universe is named
- The Dune universe, the fictional setting for Dune and related works
- Dune (film), 1984 film based on the novel
- Dune (soundtrack), from the 1984 film
- Frank Herbert's Dune, 2000 television miniseries based on the novel
- Dune (video game), loosely following the novel
- Dune computer and video games, related titles
- Dune (board game), based in the novel's universe
- Dune collectible card game
- Dune (L'Arc-en-Ciel album) (1993), by L'Arc~en~Ciel
- Dune (German band), a rave/techno/progressive trance group
- Dune (Dune album) (1995), by the German group
- Dune (Klaus Schulze album) (1979), by electronica musician Klaus Schulze
- A former name of Finnish IDM musician Brothomstates
- Dúné, a Danish rock band
- "Dune", a song by Zion I from Deep Water Slang V2.0
- Dune (software), a C++ library for the solution of partial differential equations
- Dark Universe Explorer (DUNE), a proposed satellite intended to measure effects of weak gravitational lensing
- Dunes, Tarn-et-Garonne, France
- Dunes (hotel and casino)
- Dyuny railway station is railway station near to Sestroretsk (suburb of St.-Petersburg, Russia). Transfer - Dune railway station.
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- Dune (novel), by Frank Herbert
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