Smoot (disambiguation)

Smoot (disambiguation)

Smoot may refer to:


* A smoot, a jocular unit of measurement equal to 5 feet, 7 inches.
* Smoot is a Web-based tool for creating diagrams of icons and links between them.Fact|date=April 2008
* A smoot is a hole built into a wall to allow passage of water or game.Fact|date=April 2008


* Abraham O. Smoot, a mayor of Salt Lake City, Utah.
* Fred Smoot, an American football player (Washington Redskins).
* George F. Smoot, an astrophysics scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (born 1945) and Nobel prize laureate in Physics, 2006.
* Oliver R. Smoot, former head of ISO and ANSI, for whom the unit was named.
* Reed Smoot (U. S. Senator) (1862–1941), Senator from Utah, sponsor of the Smoot-Hawley Tariff. Son of Abraham O. Smoot.
* Reed Smoot (cinematographer), a United States cinematographer
* "Smoot", half of Canadian "horror clown" duo Mump and Smoot
* "Smoot", side-kick to Lamont in


* Smoot, West Virginia
* Smoot, Wyoming

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