Void may refer to:

In fiction:
* Void (comics), character from "WildC.A.T.S."
* Void ("Mortal Kombat"), a fictional location or realm in "Mortal Kombat"
* 'Void', one of the minor villains in "Sonic the Hedgehog"
* Void 1.1, a science fiction wargame created by I-Kore
* "A Void" (novel), translation into English of "La Disparition"
* "Void" (fanzine), major science fiction fanzine
* "Void magazine", web-based literary magazine
* "Void Trilogy", science fiction series by British SF writer Peter F. Hamilton
* "The Word and the Void", a dark fantasy trilogy by Terry Brooks

In non-fiction:
* "Touching the Void", a 1989 book about a near-fatal attempt to climb "Siula Grande"
* "Touching the Void (film)", a 2003 film based on the book

In music:
* "ØØ Void", the second album by "Sunn O)))"
* "Void" (band), Washington, D.C.-based hardcore punk band on the Dischord label
* VOID (DVD), by the "Flaming Lips" containing 18 of their music videos

In science and engineering:

* Void (astronomy), the empty spaces between galaxy filaments
* Void coefficient, estimated number in nuclear engineering
* Void ratio, of voids to solids in a mixture, in material sciences
* Void, in injection molding, describes a defect where there are empty spaces (air pockets) in a completed part
* Vocabulary of Interlinked Dataset (Web), the vocabulary to describe [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linked_Data linked open datasets] in order to enable users to discover, interlink and evaluate the quality of these datasets on the Web.
* Void type, keyword indicating the absence of type information in many programming languages

In other fields:

* "Void" or Shunyata, Buddhist philosophical concept
* Void (cards), to have no cards of a particular suit in one's hand during a card game
* Void (law), to render a check (cheque) or other instrument of no value or utility
* electromigration, void in conductor caused by electromigration
* Void Magic, in the settings of some anime, games, novels or other fantasy worlds this is often a field of magic. Quite often the fields are Fire, Wind, Water, Earth and Void. An example of this is Zero no Tsukaima and Inuyasha
* Voids, the villains in the Zbots action-figures franchise

ee also

* The Void (disambiguation)

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