Josh is a diminutive of the given name Joshua. "Josh" may also refer to:

  • Josh, the nom-de-plume of the poet Josh Malihabadi
  • "Josh", an early pseudonym of Samuel Clemens, better known as Mark Twain
  • Josh (band), a Canadian Indian/Pakistani fusion band
  • "Josh" (The Outer Limits), a fourth season episode of the television series The Outer Limits
  • Josh (2000 film), a 2000 Bollywood film directed by Mansoor Khan
  • Josh (2009 film), a Telugu film directed by Vasu Varma
  • Josh (2010 film), a Bengali film directed by Rabi Kinagi
  • Josh (novel), a 1971 young adult novel by Ivan Southall
  • City of Josh, a location in the Book of Mormon

Other articles related to "josh":

Hell's Kitchen (U.S. Season 3) - Episodes - Episode 8
... chefs with champagne flutes, then sprayed them with champagne, with Josh being the only one brave enough to catch it in his mouth ... Rock made Kobe beef hamburgers, Josh did salmon with pineapple salsa, Jen served baked chicken fettucine with an herbed butter sauce, Bonnie made fried goat cheese on salad, and Julia ... the votes, Jen and Bonnie got around 10% each, while Josh did not get a single vote and finished in last place), and her prize was to visit the Green Valley Ranch ...
Josh (novel)
... Josh is a young-adult novel by Ivan Southall, first published in 1971 by Angus Robertson of Sydney, Australia ... According to a retrospective citation by the British librarians, city boy "Josh's stay at Ryan Creek belongs to any time and place where people from different worlds ...
Things Fall Apart (The West Wing) - Plot
... Leo urges Josh to make Santos take the Russell VP deal and Josh finds out that Baker has met with Russell about the VP slot, later on Leo orders Josh to make Santos take the VP ...
Jake Farrow - Drake & Josh
... strange employee at "The Premiere" in Drake Josh ... He usually played small parts in the show and had relatively humorous lines, embarrassed Drake Josh and had a crush on Audrey Parker (Drake's mother, Josh's step mother ... He usually asked Josh if he could help him get something out of somewhere, with Josh telling him "No," then coming back a few minutes later saying, "I got it," with the object in his hand ...
The Supremes (The West Wing) - Plot
... At her meeting with Josh and Toby, her awareness of the political realities of the situation impresses them both however, she is still considered an impossible choice ... "threats and admonitions." Although still a "red herring", Lang is asked by Josh and Toby to discuss the potential concerns the Judiciary Committee would have during a confirmation hearing ... relates an anecdote about her parents' cats that inspires Josh to find a controversial but brilliant solution the White House will ask ailing Chief Justice Roy Ashland (Milo O'Shea) to resign to be replaced by Lang ...