A shroud is a burial cloth. Shroud may also refer to:
- Shroud (comics), a fictional superhero in the Marvel Comics universe
- Shroud (sailing), a rope that gives support to the masts in sailing ships
- Shroud (novel), a novel by John Banville
- Shroud (computing), to obfuscate code to make it harder for humans to read/understand
- Shroud of Turin, an ancient linen cloth believed by many to be the burial cloth of Jesus Christ
- Barrel shroud, a covering attached to the barrel of a firearm
- Shroud, an ability in the trading card game Magic: The Gathering.
- Epitaphios (liturgical) is the shroud used in the Eastern Orthodox Church during Holy Week
- Shroud, (in engineering) is a surrounding duct that guides airflow through a jet engine or similar machine.
- Fumine Sonozaki, a fictional villain in Kamen Rider W also known as "Shroud"
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Famous quotes containing the word shroud:
“The first step towards vice is to shroud innocent actions in mystery, and whoever likes to conceal something sooner or later has reason to conceal it.”
—Jean-Jacques Rousseau (17121778)