may refer to a number of species of large deer
- The name originates with Alces alces, the largest extant deer species, called the elk in Europe and the moose in North America.
- In North America it refers to Cervus canadensis. The various North American and Asian subspecies are sometimes called wapiti.
- In India it was used to refer to Cervus unicolor, commonly known as the sambar.
- The word is also used to indicate Megaloceros, the extinct giant deer or Irish elk.
Elk or ELK may also refer to: