"Mica" may refer to:

* Mica, a silicate mineral group
* an electric insulator in electronics (synecdoche)
* a synthetised gumm (usually blue or grey) used as electric insulator instead of traditional "silicate mineral" slices in electronics, to provide electric insulation for an electronic component mounted on heat sink (langage abuse, see mica insulator)
* The biblical prophet Micah
* The book of Micah in the Tanakh
* Mica is a song by Danish indie rock band Mew (band).
* Mica, a commune in Cluj County, Romania
* Mica, a commune in Mureş County, Romania
* Mica, a village in Bascov Commune, Argeş County, Romania
* Mica is also a woman's name, pronounced either "Mika" (as in Mica Levi, British DJ and composer) or "Misha", as in Mica Paris the UK soul singer.
* Mica Penniman, a singer known by his stage name Mika (singer)
* Míča - Czech family of musicians
* Common nickname of the Serbian, Croatian, Montenegrin, Macedonian or Slovenian female name Milica.

MICA can refer to:

* Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts (Singapore) (MICA Singapore)
* Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA)
* Mudra Institute of Communications Ahmedabad (MICA)
* Mentally Ill Chemically Addicted (MICA) - various mental health support programs
* MBDA MICA — Missile d'Interception et de Combat Aérien
* MICA Mote - The MICA series of mote platforms developed at the University of California, Berkeley.
* Mobile Intensive Care Ambulance - an advanced prehospital care Ambulance used in Australia.
* Mortgage Insurance Companies of America (MICA)
* MHC class I polypeptide-related sequence A, a cell surface protein
* MICA is an acronym commonly referring to the Maryland Institute College of Art.
* MICA is an acronym of the Mentally Ill Chemically Addicted mental health support programs.
* MICA is the acronym of Multidimensional Independent Component Analysis

See also

* Makeup — Mica Uses in Makeup
* Mika

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