Mark may refer to:
- Mark (money), a unit of currency in various countries
- German gold mark, coinage of the German Empire from 1873 to 1914
- German Papiermark, German coinage from 1914 to 1924
- Rentenmark, German temporary currency 1923 to 1924
- German Reichsmark, German coinage from 1924 to 1948
- Deutsche Mark, official currency of Germany from 1948 to 2001
- East German Mark, official currency of the German Democratic Republic from 1948 to 1990
- Polish marka, Polish currency from 1917 to 1924
- Finnish markka, mark in Swedish, official currency of Finland from 1860 to 2001
- Bosnia and Herzegovina konvertibilna marka
- Mark, or marches, the border territory of a country
- Baruth/Mark, a village in the Teltow-Fläming district of Brandenburg, Germany. It is situated 24 km east of Luckenwalde, and 53 km south of Berlin.
- County of Mark, a county of the Holy Roman Empire
- Mark (Dender), a river in Belgium, tributary of the Dender
- Mark (Dintel) a river in Belgium and the Netherlands, also known as the Dintel
- Mark Hundred in Sweden
- Mark Municipality in Sweden
- Mark, Somerset, a village in Somerset, United Kingdom
- Mark, Illinois, a village in the United States
Catching a ball
In both Australian rules football
and rugby union
, a clean catch from a kick by another player results in a free kick. See:
- Mark (mass), an archaic European unit of weight whose use for precious metal gave rise to the currencies
- Service mark, trademark used to identify a service rather than a product
- Trade mark, distinctive sign of some kind which is used by a business to uniquely identify itself and its products and services
- The victim in a confidence trick
- Mark of Cornwall, a figure from Arthurian legend
- Mark, a satyr, a legend in Ancient Greece, regarded as a god in Thebes.
- Beauty mark, dark mole on the face or other part of the body that is considered to be attractive
- Diacritical mark, mark added to a letter to alter a word's pronunciation or to distinguish between similar words
- Mark of Rohan, fictional realm in J. R. R. Tolkien's fantasy era of Middle-earth. See also Marches.
- Mark, a grade awarded to students' work
- Merchant's Mark
- Sea mark, pilotage aid which identifies the approximate position of a maritime channel, hazard and administrative area
- Tread mark, a mark left by a tire tread
- Mark (given name), a given name to a person. The name comes from Latin roots meaning "defender"
- A fan of professional wrestling.