Pure may refer to:
* A pure function
* Pure Software, a company founded in 1991 by Reed Hastings to support the Purify tool
* Pure-FTPd, FTP server software
* Pure Digital, a UK consumer electronics company specialising in DAB radios.
* "Pure" (magazine), a controversial magazine created by Peter Sotos
* "Pure" (video game), an off-road racing video game for Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3
* Pure FM, a Student Radio Station for the University of Portsmouth, (England).
* "Pure Trading", a Canadian electronic communication network operated by CNQ.
* Pure hearing instruments: an ultra-small, nearly invisible hearing instrument from Siemens
* Pure Nightclub, a popular nightclub in Las Vegas, Nevada

Film and television

* "Pure" (UK film), a 2002 British film
* "Pure" (Canadian film), a 2004 Canadian film
* , an episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"


* Pure (band), a Canadian rock band
* "Pure" (3 Colours Red album) (1999), by rock band 3 Colours Red
* "Pure" (Godflesh album) (1992), by industrial metal band Godflesh
* "Pure" (Gary Numan album) (2000), by Gary Numan
* "Pure" (Hayley Westenra album) (2003), by New Zealand soprano Hayley Westenra
* "Pure" (No Angels album) (2003), by German pop group No Angels
* "Pure" (Lightning Seeds album) (1996), by rock band Lightning Seeds
* "Pure" (The Jesus Lizard album) (1989), an EP by rock group The Jesus Lizard
* "Pure" (song) (2005), a single by synth rock band Orgy
* "Pure" (Lara Fabian album) (1997), Lara Fabian's third album

See also

* Purity

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