Bounty may refer to:
* Bounty (reward), an amount of money or other reward offered by an organization for the capture of a person or thing

In transportation:

* HMAV "Bounty", an 18th century British Royal Navy ship, and its replicas

In geography:

* Bounty, Saskatchewan, a ghost town located in Saskatchewan, Canada.
* Bounty Bay, an embayment of the Pacific Ocean into Pitcairn Island, named for the ship
* Bounty Islands, a small group of 13 islets and numerous rocks in the south Pacific Ocean which are territorially part of New Zealand

In film, television, and radio:

* "The Bounty", a 1984 film with Mel Gibson and Anthony Hopkins
* "Bounty", a 1993 documentary, the first Kinopanorama production shot in Australia.
* "Bounty" ("Enterprise" episode), a second season episode of "Star Trek: Enterprise"
* "Bounty" ("Stargate SG-1"), an episode of the science fiction television series "Stargate SG-1"
* "Bounty" ("The A-Team"), an episode from the TV series "The A-Team"
* Bounty (Doctor Who audio), a Doctor Who audio production based on the television series
* Bounty, a first-series episode of Blake's 7.

In other fields:

* Bounty (chocolate bar), a brand of coconut-filled chocolate bar
* Bounty (comics), a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe
* Bounty, an evil entity that possessed and took over the identity of the DC Comics character Dawnstar
* Bounty (paper towel), a brand of paper towel manufactured by Procter & Gamble
* Bounty Day, the national holiday of Norfolk Island, commemorating the ship

ee also

* Bounty hunter (disambiguation)
* Mutiny on the Bounty (disambiguation)

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  • Bounty — Bligh und die loyal gebliebenen Seeleute verlassen die Bounty p1 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bounty — Boun ty, n.; pl. {Bounties}. [OE. bounte goodness, kindness, F. bont[ e], fr. L. bonitas, fr. bonus good, for older duonus; cf. Skr. duvas honor, respect.] [1913 Webster] 1. Goodness, kindness; virtue; worth. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Nature set in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bounty — boun·ty / bau̇n tē/ n pl boun·ties 1: generosity in bestowing gifts esp. by will 2: a reward, premium, or subsidy esp. offered by a government Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • Bounty —   [ baʊntɪ], Name des von Kapitän W. Bligh kommandierten britischen Schiffes, dessen Besatzung 1789 auf einer Fahrt in die Südsee meuterte. Die Geschichte dieser Meuterei diente u. a. Charles Bernard Nordhoff (* 1887, ✝ 1947) und James Norman… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Bounty — Bounty, The also HMS Bounty a British naval ship on which there was a famous ↑mutiny (=when the ordinary sailors take control of a ship by force) in the Pacific Ocean in 1789. The sailors, led by an officer called Fletcher Christian, took power… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • bounty — ► NOUN (pl. bounties) 1) a reward paid for killing or capturing someone. 2) historical a sum paid by the state to encourage trade. 3) chiefly historical a sum paid by the state to army or navy recruits on enlistment. 4) literary something given… …   English terms dictionary

  • Bounty [1] — Bounty (B. money, engl., spr. Baunti monni), Ausfuhrprämien, s.d …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Bounty [2] — Bounty, Gruppe von 13 Eilanden im Australocean, östlich von Neu Seeland, ziemlich hoch, felsig u. wasserarm, dagegen sehr reich an Pelzrobben …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Bounty — (engl., spr. bauntĭ), Ausfuhrprämie …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • bounty — mid 13c., generosity, from O.Fr. bonte goodness (12c., Mod.Fr. bonté), from L. bonitatem (nom. bonitas) goodness, from bonus good (see BENE (Cf. bene )). Sense of gift bestowed by a sovereign or the state led to extended senses of gratuity to a… …   Etymology dictionary