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An acorn is the nut of an oak tree.
Acorn or ACORN may also refer to:
- Acorn (software), a graphic editor for macOS
- Acorn Computers (1978–1998), a manufacturer of computers
- Acorn, the development code name for the IBM 5150 PC.
- Acorn Computers (2006), a manufacturer of Windows-only computers
- ACORN-NS, the Atlantic Canada Organization of Research Networks - Nova Scotia, computer network
- ACORN PRNG, a robust pseudorandom number generator (PRNG) introduced by R.S.Wikramaratna in 1989
Companies and organizations
- ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now), a defunct collection of advocacy groups
- Acorn DVD, a home media publisher and distributor
- Acorn Energy, a company investing in electricity and security
- ACORN International, a federation of member-based community organizations
- Acorn Records, American record label created in 1950
- Acorn Stores, a clothing retail company
- Acorn TV, an American subscription streaming service
- Acorn, Arkansas
- Acorn, California
- Acorn, Oakland, California, a housing complex
- Acorn Community, Virginia
- Acorn, Virginia
- Acorn (demographics), a geodemographic classification system
- Acorn nut, a domed connecting piece
- Acorn squash
- Acute Care of at-Risk Newborns (ACoRN), a Canadian neonatal resuscitation program
- John Acorn (active 2000s), Canadian naturalist
- Milton Acorn (1923–1986), Canadian poet
- Earnie Shavers, an American former boxer who was nicknamed "The Acorn"
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