Group can refer to:


* Group action (sociology)
* Group behaviour
* Groups of people, a description of various different human groups
** Peer group
** Workgroup
* Group dynamics
* Group (sociology), a sub-set of a culture or of a society
* Interest group
* language family, also known as "Language group"

Mathematics and science

* Group (mathematics), a set together with a binary operation satisfying certain algebraic conditions in group theory
** Group action
** Group isomorphism
** Group object
* Functional group, a functional entity consisting of certain atoms whose presence provides a certain property to a molecule
* Group, in botany a formal classification category of cultigens, the other being the cultivar (see cultivar Group)
* Group delay and phase delay
* Group (optics), a set of lenses stacked together
* Group (stratigraphy), in geology, a lithostratigraphical unit; a group consists of formations, or rock strata.
* Groups and clusters of galaxies, a small number of galaxies near each other
** Local Group, containing the Milky Way Galaxy
* Periodic table group, a column in the periodic table of chemical elements
* Group, in botany a formal classification category of cultigens, the other being the cultivar (see cultivar Group)


* Army group
* Group (air force), an air force formation
* Group Captain


* Group (computing), a collection of users or other objects
** Group identifier (Unix)
* Group editor


* Newsgroup

Other Uses

* Breed Groups (dog), the Group or category to which breeds of dogs are assigned by kennel clubs
* Business group, a collection of legally distinct business entities
* Group (auto racing)
* Group insurance covering people with common characteristics
* Group (travel), a set of individuals traveling together
* musical ensemble or band
** Boy band
** Girl group

See also

* Grouping
* The Group

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