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Wild

Wild, the wild or wilds may refer to:

Contents

  • Common meanings 1
  • Art, media and entertainment 2
    • Computer and video games 2.1
    • Film and television 2.2
    • Literature 2.3
    • Music 2.4
    • Radio stations 2.5
  • Organizations 3
  • People 4
  • Places 5
  • Other uses 6
  • See also 7

Common meanings

Art, media and entertainment

Computer and video games

Film and television

Literature

Music

Radio stations

  • WILD (AM), an AM station in the Boston radio market
  • WILD-FM, the former callsign of an FM station in the Boston radio market, now WKAF
  • WiLD 94.9 (KYLD), an FM station in San Francisco
  • WLLD, a station in Tampa–St. Petersburg branded WiLD 94.1
  • DXWT, popularly known as Wild FM, a radio station in the Philippines

Organizations

People

Places

  • Wild (river), a small stream in Germany and The Netherlands
  • The Wilds, a wildlife conservation center in Muskingum County, Ohio
  • Wild Center, a natural history center in Tupper Lake, New York
  • Wild Lake, a lake near Idrija in western Slovenia

Other uses

See also

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